Read the online forums for ideas and perspective, but take recommendations with a grain of salt. Much of the discussion on “What’s best” is based, again, on the limited perspective of each home studio voice actor. What works best for them, with their voice and style, in their basement, isn’t the same as what will work best for you in your closet. It’s a starting point. You can learn some new techniques from there. You can learn about something you might want to consider. Just don’t get sucked into the “mine’s bigger or better than yours” debates that the uber-geeks online like to engage in. Listen to those with a good reputation and talk to them directly.
October 20, 2011
Stop “Over-thinking” Your Home Voice Over Studio