Voice Over Home Recording Studio – What you really need

Yes you need the ability to record at home to be a voice over talent.  But if you’re just beginning, keep it simple.  Here are the four things you need to create broadcast quality recordings.  Any other tips? Let me know in the comments.

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2 Responses to Voice Over Home Recording Studio – What you really need

  1. Eric booker says:

    Thank you for the info! I’ve had a few people say don’t go with a usb mic, but has the technology really advanced to the point of it no longer being a quality issue? I have a deep voice, what mic would you suggest?

    • Eric, yes the quality of early USB mics was “podcast” quality. But the latest ones are high quality. There is no difference between using a standard mic and plugging it into a USB interface and using a USB mic if the quality of the mic is good. Other features I like: gain control on the mic and a headphone jack for zero latency monitoring. 24 bits is also good but not required. There are only a few mics that match these specs and they are listed on my article on home recording: http://alisocreek.net/vo-articles/voice-over-home-recording-studio.html Of those I like the Blue Yeti Pro. I use this and it is quiet and will respond well to your voice. I hope this helps.

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