Rob and Helen are here to help voiceovers be seen and heard. We write about all sorts of useful things to help your voicing career including home studio setup and maintence, audio production kit and techniques, how to brand your business, websites and SEO advice and more. You can filter articles by topic or scroll from the most recent.
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To help you get found online by clients – here are 6 essential pages and content tips every voice over website should have
Taking a look at noise floors; starting with what a noise floor is, how it affects your recording and production, and how to make it better.
There are hundreds of thousands of fonts out there. The choice is huge and overwhelming. The first of 2 blogs about type where I guide you through some dos and don’ts, resources and practical considerations when choosing fonts for your brand or logo.
3 audio production tips for you to consider helping you provide good service for your clients and to stop you make mistakes.
Get productive and save time with these useful design, workflow, productivity and website tools that I use every day.
Working in a creative industry we often need to engage with creatives from other fields and use their work. This makes the dread word copyright raise it’s head. So what are we allowed to do? And more importantly what aren’t we allowed to do?
What is SEO and why should you you care? Helen looks into the basics and gives some simple tips to improve your website raking.
I want to take a look at an audio production process that is commonly used, but often misunderstood. It’s something that I get asked about fairly regularly and there is definitely a best-practice that can be applied to this process which is often sadly lacking. That process is normalisation (or normalization if you’re American).