Actors and producers will be turning to remote recordings as travel to recording studios becomes less likely during a crisis such as the one we’re currently facing. It’s good practice for voiceover artists, podcasters and actors to have a basis home studio set up as it is a huge advantage when pitching for voice work. In this article we’ll look at a basic set up that will secure those voiceover jobs by recording high quality results from the comfort of your own home.
Tools and techniques for removing unwanted noise from vocal recordings by Richie Nieto One of the biggest differences between film and documentary sound versus animation and video game sound is that, usually, in films and documentaries, the recording environments are not fully controlled and often chaotic. When shooting a scene in the middle of a […]
By Max Laing Voiceover talent doesn’t come naturally to everyone, but having the right tools, advice, and some great background music from Shockwave-Sound.com is a great way to get started. Whether you’re working on a low budget podcast, give prerecorded presentations, or plan to work in the film industry, everyone looking to accomplish voiceover work […]
By Bob Harper Writing I’ve been creating custom radio ads, television commercial soundtracks and special audio pieces for over 26 years and have a few tips to help in creating your productions from scratch: I’ve seen so many people write copy and then go searching for that “perfect” music track afterwards and rarely, if ever, […]
It’s pretty cool what you can do these days, armed only with a cellphone, a lot of time and talent, and of course, access to a good quality stock music library and voiceover talents. 🙂 Luis Mieses from Zaragoza, Spain – aka Mess FilmMakers – has produced two really cool trailers / short films. We […]