Julie Williams

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Will the Tiny But Mighty Apogee MiC Finally Get A Worthy Competitor?

by Paul Strikwerda. Reprinted with permission from the Nether Voice Blog. Absolutely! At the Winter NAMM in January, IK Multimedia announced the release of the iRig Mic Studio. It’s a very portable microphone for ALL platforms. The iRig Mic isn’t available yet, but looking at the specs, it’s possible to make a preliminary side-by-side comparison. […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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Faffcamp II: Educational, Inspirational, Motivational

My first "Faff" event was a fabulous experience. More than 150 "faffers" converged on San Antonio, Texas in mid-March, combining business with … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

The Anatomy of Three Voiceover Home Studios – Part 2

By Dan Friedman In Part 1 of this series, I discussed a very basic voiceover recording setup. In this installment of my three-part series, I’ll discuss the second of three types of voiceover recording setups. Each setup will cover reasonable price ranges that will, at a minimum, be capable of providing an acceptable level of quality as well as … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

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The Anatomy of Three Voiceover Home Studios – Part 1

By Dan Friedman It is as simple as this… if you want to work in voiceover, you need a home studio. I know it seems hard to believe, but it is true; the days of being chauffeured around from studio to studio where you talk for a few minutes and line your pockets with cash are long gone… and have been for years. More recently, the need for racks … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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AudioFile Exposes Narrators to Producers

AudioFile Magazine is the largest source of professional audiobook reviews in the world with over 34,000 titles reviewed. They also provide industry resource guides including Enhanced Talent Listings for narrators who want to increase their visibility in the audio publishing world by exposing their credentials and work to new producers, and … [Read More...]