Voiceover Training | Racks and Stacks or Priorities Out of Whack?

By Dan Friedman People new to voiceover are always asking me about effects stacks. For those of you who don’t know what effects stacks (or effects processors) do, or for those who don’t know what I’m even talking about, you are in luck. This article will help explain a couple of the most commonly used […]

The Anatomy of Three Voiceover Home Studios – Part 3

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By Dan Friedman In this final installment of a three-part series (part 1) (part 2), I’ll discuss a third type of voiceover recording setup. In this setup… the sky is the limit! Keep in mind, that in any recording setup, there are at least two common denominators that will remain constant. They are, and always […]

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 […]

The Anatomy of Three Voiceover Home Studios – Part 1

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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 […]