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Pathetic Phone Patch Paralysis

Every once in a while, I get a quick missive from a friend of mine who runs a top VO studio.  You might remember the blog I wrote based on a tip from "JJ",  that got a lot of responses when -- as a voice seeker -- he asked specifically for a "pirate voice", and got mostly nothing of the sort. ...

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Studio Suit

Studio Suit

Think of the first, the easiest (and perhaps the best) audio environment you ever made out of available materials in your home or hotel room -- like blankets. Now think of it done professionally with the right design and the best materials. That's the Studio Suit. Dan Lenard -- The Home Studio...

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Revisiting the Tablet in Your Studio

Revisiting the Tablet in Your Studio

Yesterday, Stephanie Cicarelli of VOICES.com asked a question on her FaceBook group "THE VOICE ACTING HUB" about reading copy in the studio.  "Do you read voice-over scripts on screens or do you prefer printing them?" she asked. Honestly I was floored to find that many still print, read, and mark...

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Whittam Launches VO Studio Tech

Whittam Launches VO Studio Tech

Everybody's first choice in audio technical help is stepping it up. George Whittam is re-branding his top-flight audio services as VO STUDIO TECH. This is a smart move by George, and certainly shows a growth in his expertise, his clientele, and his ability to build off EWABS noteriety. Read more...

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Another “Take”

Another “Take”

On the whole, we voice actors seem unnecessarily obsessed with obtaining that perfect "on-the-road" mobile recording experience. How many of us actually NEED that?   Naw, forget that question.  I understand being prepared, and I've got my methods...my portable unit.  I pay attention to what Dan...

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Pocket SoundBooth Audio Samples

The response to my blog on the Pocket Soundbooth (a tip from VO friend Erik Sheppard) was surprisingly energetic. Not that everyone thought it was a viable solution...indeed, I think only one person mentioned they thought it was worth the $50, and Dan Lenard (the EWABS Studio Master) said it...

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