Acoustics can be a little daunting. This article can help clear the fog especially in regards to what is important in selecting products for your home (or traveling) studio.
Radio and Production Article on VO: 1-A Microphone
This is a little technical but well worth the read to find out why our VO: 1-A Microphone is THE Voice Over Microphone.
Why I Only Use Auralex Studiofoam in my Porta-Booths
Acoustical foam is an excellent choice for sound booths and room treatments alike. But not every foam product will do. Some are downright unsafe! Find out why we only use the best ... Auralex!
Two great MixerFace Unboxing Video's
MixerFace integrates your iPhone, iPad or Android device into the audio production workflow, making mobile recording easy for broadcasters, musicians and VO artists on-the-go. Combined with a long-lasting rechargeable battery, two Neutrik� combo jacks, headphone monitor and 24-bit/192kHz converters, you get an unbeatable mobile production tool, right in your pocket.
Our Travel Tips & Suggestions for Recording on the Road...
You don't have to cut off your income while traveling. Here is a list of tips to make mixing work with pleasure as smooth as possible.
Globe Trotting Voice Over Recording
Andrew Peters is the network voice of Channel News Asia, voice of L'Oreal Paris, network Voice of radio Triple M classic rock and numerous corporate and documentary narrations. Andrew is also the founder and co owner of Realtime Casting, the first online casting and auditioning platform showcasing the most professional voice actors to businesses and producers. Read Peter's take on our Porta-Booth Pro.
VO: Tales and Techniques of a Voice-Over Actor Book Review by Tracy Lindley
"As an old soul who is familiar with the antics of Jack Benny, Abbott and Costello, and Burns and Allen, I've heard plenty of commercials with their booming male announcer informing you that Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. So I gratefully followed Hogan through his childhood in the ‘50’s as he heard his recorded voice for the first time, giggled over the reel-to-reel snafus as he started out in the radio world, and felt his apprehension as he decided whether to keep his steady job in radio or follow his dream."
Why you need a pop filter
Harlan explains why you need a pop filter even if you don't pop your P's.