People new to a home voice over studio, whether they’re a newbie or an experienced voice actor, are filled with wonder at the ability to do it at home. With that wonder comes the technology behind the wonder, and the anxiety and intimidation that comes with not knowing how to use it. So many people give me the phrase “I’m not a techie,” or “I’m computer unfriendly,” or “I don’t get any of this.” I also hear; ”What the best this, and the best that?” I ask, the best for what? Seeking the best equipment means little if you don’t know how to use it or even what its for. Besides, what’s best means different things to different people. So if you’re just getting going and planning a state-of-the-art production facility built in a new wing to your house, understand that it’s not the equipment that will make you a good voice actor. Its you.
October 27, 2011
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