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Thoughts mostly (but not always) about the voice-over business, from London Voiceover Artist, Mike Cooper

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    My name is Mike Cooper. I'm a full time Voiceover Artist living and working in London, and this is my blog. Find out more about me on my main website (there's a link further down this column), or if you'd like to hear some of my work, check out the files below.
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Posts Tagged ‘recording’

Great sounds. Minimal pounds.

Posted by MikeCooper on June 19, 2009

VoiceArchive in Denmark sent out their newsletter this week, including a link to a great article by their Sound Engineer, Jacob Horney, on getting the best sound out of your studio or recording space.

VoiceArchive are still finding that some of their talents’ home studios don’t pass muster, and this in turn creates problems when sending audio on to clients. With that in mind, Jacob has come up with a great piece on how to improve things – without (here’s the important bit) breaking the bank.

You can read Jacob’s piece here, and he’s also included links to some excellent articles from other sources on such things as building a vocal booth and studio design.


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