All Discussions Tagged 'studio' (14)

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Ventilation in home sound booth

Hi all. I live in Houston Texas where it gets hot. Very, very hot. My booth is very quiet and well insulated. In the winter it is just perf…

Started by Stephen Saunders

1 Aug 26, 2014
Reply by Ron Grandia

Custom Built Voice Over Studio in Melbourne, Australia

Hi all :)It's been a long time since I've posted or browsed here, but I have some exciting news I thought would be worth sharing - we have…

Started by Paul Seidel

0 Mar 13, 2014

Mic suggestions for a higher female voice?

Hi everyone! I've been using a USB Snowball mic in a portable VO box in my closet, and it's becoming clear that in order to compete profess…

Started by Laci Morgan

1 Jul 24, 2013
Reply by Michael Brown

Can you get an agent if your home studio doesn't have ISDN and you live outside of their area ?

So I've been trying for a while to get ANY jobs off of the online casting sites, with no luck. Lots of great feedback, but no booked paying…

Started by Laci Morgan

0 May 8, 2013

Home Studio in a Creaky Big City Apartment // PLEASE HELP

Y'all, I'm going crazy here, and I need some serious advice about setting up a home studio. Here are the facts: my apartment (in Chicago)…

Started by Morgan Bailey Keaton

3 Mar 1, 2011
Reply by SomeAudioGuy

Effects external units vs software effects

I have seen that many VO artists use in their home studio, external effects units like compressors/limiters, expander and also preamps such…

Started by Pablo Hernandez-Pagan

1 Mar 30, 2010
Reply by Douglas K

Vancouver, BC: Half Duplex ( semi detached house) with THX quality soundproofed home studio for rent

http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/van/apa/1484057815.html C$ 2100 - 2750 obo. ( flexible,furnished/unfurnished , length of time, etc) ball…

Started by Adam behr

0 Dec 14, 2009

Studio ventilation

How do you keep your studio cool, yet keep the noise level down?

Started by Mike Forrester

0 Oct 22, 2009

My very first gig!

I got booked to be the voice of "Texas Steakhouse." My very first PAYING voiceover gig and it was 3 TV spots and 1 radio spot! Not bad for…

Started by Jon Bailey

12 Apr 27, 2009
Reply by Jon Bailey

My first session!

I had a chance to record in a professional ISDN studio... my very first time! It was a truly amazing experience - by far, one of the cooles…

Started by Jon Bailey

12 Dec 17, 2008
Reply by Jon Bailey

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