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Voiceover Artist Records Voice Of God With Audient iD22

Voiceover Artist Records Voice Of God With Audient iD22

Music composer and voiceover artist, Joe Wakeford recently upgraded his audio interface to the Audient iD22 and Audient was keen to find out how it was working out. “I love having physical controls in the studio, there’s only a certain amount of tolerance I have for reaching for the mouse for mixing controls,” he says, […]

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The best way to record voiceover: live or remote?

The best way to record voiceover: live or remote?

Many voiceover talent are able to do all their work remotely, sometimes never running a “live” session with their clients and instead recording and submitting everything on their own. While this is a great and convenient workflow it often leads to more “redo’s” or clients accepting reads they might have otherwise directed differently. In order to […]

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Producing Your Own Demo? That’s Just Stinkin’ Thinkin’

Producing Your Own Demo? That’s Just Stinkin’ Thinkin’

We caught up with Joe Loesch, an award winning author, voice actor for Disney & dozens of commercials and spoken word producer. Recently he met with some new voice actors and found that some of them were planning to produce their own demos. Not only that, but most of these people had never even had a single voice […]

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Increase Your Voiceover Productivity

Increase Your Voiceover Productivity

There are a few tools that make quoting for and recording voiceover projects a much simpler task… leaving you to do the thing you’re best at – voiceover! We’ve gathered a few that we use daily in the studio. What are your favorite tools? Add them in the comments below for everyone to benefit from: Welcome to […]

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How To Create Your Own Home Vocal Booth

How To Create Your Own Home Vocal Booth

I’ve been in the broadcasting industry since the early 90s but never had the space to record and produce audio from home. After moving from a tiny house in the UK to a more spacious house in America, I finally had room in the basement for my own voice booth and studio. About The story […]

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How to Impress Under Pressure

How to Impress Under Pressure

Now you’ve polished off those Easter eggs, it’s time to hop back into the vocal booth. So, it’s the moment you’ve been waiting for. Make or break. The big live online audition or a meeting in person that matters.  Even as you walk through the door you feel your heart rate rise. And the big question is can […]

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Top Ten Voiceover Tips for Beginners

Top Ten Voiceover Tips for Beginners

When people ask me for advice on how to get into voice overs, they often want a simple two sentence answer. Of course even two pages is not enough. Whole books have been written on the subject and, whilst many of them are extremely useful, you are still left with the feeling you need to […]

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Developing as a voiceover artist

Developing as a voiceover artist

Guy Michaels is the owner of Round Island Voicereels producing voicereels for professional voice artists every week of the year. We asked him if he had a view on developing as a voiceover artist – and he kindly obliged with some great tips on upping your game. Don’t Get Left Behind The voiceover world is unrecognisable even from five years ago. […]

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Is this the most unusual voiceover studio location?

Is this the most unusual voiceover studio location?

Floating on a Narrowboat in Yorkshire, England, talking into a microphone in a studio built into a room only 9’ long and 44” wide, Richard Di Britannia is probably the only British voiceover talent who lives and works permanently on water. His studio lacks only a landline, as you can’t get those on a boat. […]

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The best path to follow to get into voiceover?

The best path to follow to get into voiceover?

Joe Wakeford sat down with British voiceover and broadcasting legend Greg Scott for a Bourbon Cream and a small glass of Horlicks. Greg has been a national television audience warm-up guy for over 25 years, a TV and radio presenter and has established himself in this phase of his career as a venerable talent in the […]

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