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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.
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).
This month sees the first in an occasional series where we look at some technical terms and things you need to know as a studio owning voiceover. Today, audio resolution, levels and phantom power.
There’s a lot that can go wrong in studio management. Rob takes a look at some of those irritatingly small issues.
A blog in which Rob critiques a piece of audio that gets heard by thousands of people every day.
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?