That's my plan. I did this in NYC with Voice Over Extra and we're talking about doing another one. I've spoken with two of top guys in LA and they concur. I think its just a matter of getting the date down and finding the…"
Voice Actor, Copy Writer, Studio Engineer, Creative Director
HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
30 years. Not enough space to tell all.
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Clean Cities University
Assa Abloy Commercial locks E-training
Primary and MIddle School science curriculum software
The voice of FILMAX. An English language movie channel in PAKISTAN!
ON going work for the Jewish Learning Institute and Chabad
Deep baritone with a lively friendly flair!
DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Senior Male, Middle Age Male, Young Adult Male
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
Source Connect, FTP, AIF, MP3, WAV
Neumann TLM 103
Presonus Eureka Pre-Amp
Presonus Firebox DI
iMac with Dual Core Intell
KRK Rokit 5 Monitors
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The Mic Port Pro has a built in Pre-amp. Just plug one end into your mic and the other into the computer. Super simple. (And much cheaper)
As a professional home studio consultant I preach learning the basics of digital recording first, then, if you understand the need for a better pre-amp, which you may not ever need, then get one. HOwever, the technology has progressed so far that these expensive items can be mimicked by smaller devices.
The big mistake people make with a home studio is buying things to make themselves sound great! In reality, you want your home studio to make you sound like ....you. Keep your initial investments simple and low cost. The biggest factor in home studio is acoustical considerations. Sound coming in... and sound bouncing around.. and how you cheaply control that with household items or simple items you can purchase. Don't get studio envy!
OK - I am looking into it.....for a technophobe like me....Twisted Wave and Adobe Soundbooth sound like better options.
If I go that way instead of Pro Tools and an MBOX....do I need a pre-amp etc? How does that work?