Does this picture look familiar? It's your hotel closet - and it leads to a big question that VO audio engineers hear all the time:
"How do you record best-quality voice-overs while traveling - away from the home studio?"
Well, for starters, take another look at this hotel closet: there's a bunch of things here to help you. But that's just the beginning of what you need to know - and only one of many options.
Face it: the successful voice talent knows there are times when you are asked to submit a quick audition or perform a job while you're traveling, and
you want to be able to deliver.
Here's how to keep it simple, and do it right ...
In this VoiceOverXtra webinar recording, Dan Lenard - the Home Studio Master - takes away all the confusion and misinformation that bombards us in social media forums, to simplify how to sound your best when recording on the road.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ...
In Dan's uniquely informative and entertaining style, he will show you ...
Limitations you face away from home
What equipment you need - and don't need
Best locations for recording
How to find those best locations
Examples of improvised and traveling VO recording booths