I recently previewed a beta version of Adobe Audition for the Mac. What I didn’t know, at the time, was that Audition was replacing Soundbooth, a digital audio workstation long used by voice actors. And while that might be disappointing to Soundbooth fans, Audition does pack quite a punch.
Some of the features Audition has that Soundbooth didn’t have are: project exchange with third-party DAWs, native 5.1 multichannel support, more native audio effects and new royalty-free…Continue
You have probably collected more than a few pieces of audio hardware as a voice actor. After all, we are always looking for that special something that will make our voices sing! Apogee is hoping the ONE is the single piece of kit you will use in your Mac-based recording studio.
The ONE is a compact USB microphone and digital audio interface. And with a 2.25” x 4.75” footprint it is actually small enough to fit in your pocket. But you probably would not want to do that…Continue
Many of us use laptops with a solid USB mic or digital audio interface like the MicPort Pro. All you have to do is load your favorite DAW, hit record, edit and then email the final product. It's a great way to record those all-important sessions or auditions while on the go. But what if I told you that you could soon use an iPad as a portable VO Studio?
Well, the fine folks at Apogee have recently…Continue