In February Rob did a Studio Tickling Tour. For those of you who wonder what that entails, you’re in luck. Read on Macduff!
January 2020 has been and gone. I may be wrong about this, but I thought it may be slightly interesting to have a revue of the month and let you know what we’ve been up to.
The beginners guide to keeping the clients you worked hard to win.
We need to spend money on recording equipment to do our jobs, and we need to spend money on acoustic treatment to make sure our recordings sound professional. But if we don't spend time (and money) personalising our spaces to make them our own have we wasted the money we’ve spent?
As a voiceover you'll be rejected for jobs virtually every day of your working lives. Although this is a reality you want to be doing everything you can to minimise it. To that end you’ve taken courses and hired voiceover coaches, and you’ve spent far too much on the best equipment you couldn’t afford. But have you tuned your recording space?
Audio Production demands a skill-base many have referred to as witchcraft. Equalisation is a big part of the tools we have to master, so how do you apply a wizardly approach to EQ?