After you have finished the effects and tweaked everything so it sounds just right, it’s time to encode and export your work.Read More
The audio track is a visual representation of the waveform of the recording. The x axis is amplitude, and the y axis is time. The line through the middle is the quietest part of the recording. It is usually represented in one of two ways: linear amplitude or dB logarithmic amplitude.Read More
If you are totally new to media production, the idea of recording and editing can seem utterly daunting. But there are loads of resources out there. Don’t expect to be a professional within your first hour, but don’t let fear of the unknown stop you either.Read More
A VO platform is simply whichever website you use to find, audition for, and upload work. They connect you to authors or employers and keep a piece of your earnings for themselves as their fee. Your profile should be a good representation of you and your skills.Read More
A good recording space is essential for creating decent production value. In Step 1, we talked about the basic gear needed to start recording, and in this step we will discuss how to set up a space to actually get to work in.
You will spend a lot of time in your recording space, so you want it to be effective, but also comfortable for you. But what makes a good recording space in the first place?Read More
There are so, so many products to choose from you will straight up lose your mind if you try to research them all. The good news, however, is that you don’t have to get it perfect your first go around. There is a healthy market for second hand audio equipment, so if you change your mind about something later on, you can sell it fairly easily. That said, if you are starting off on a super tight budget, consider searching the second hand market yourself.Read More