My Pro member, Karen, recently wrote me about something she’d seen on one of the groups she follows on LinkedIn, Audiobook Narrators. (She’s a really good one.)
She works very hard to make sure her space is as quiet as possible, but noticed that getting rid of excessive room noise was proving next to impossible.
The potential issue:
If you use a Windows-based laptop or desktop, you might have more than one microphone open on your computer, even though you’ve only selected one via Audacity.
That’s a big problem.
Here’s the solution. Continue Reading →
You’ve heard me say that once you get booked on something, make updating your resume and demo portfolio part of your work.
I commit to you that this year, I’ll do a better job of that myself. I’ve been so busy that I’ve become lax in that area.
So when my copy of League of Denial showed up in the mail, I tore into the package and ripped a section that I knew I wanted to feature in a demo on ACX and elsewhere.
But I had a problem.
The clip I wanted to use contained profanity.
I also had a solution: I used Audacity to fix that. Continue Reading →
When auditioning, giving a loud, clean sound to your submissions is essential. The level at which you safely record those auditions, being careful not to overdrive the microphone or recorded signal, can leave you with a properly recorded, but weak sounding final product. Here’s how to fix that. Continue Reading →
I get calls every day from people wanting to produce their VO demos with me.
Here’s the conversation you want to have with me, or any other demo producer, to get the best results. Continue Reading →