2820 Smallman Street | Pittsburgh, PA 15222
p • 412-471-8011 or 1-866-471-8011
It all starts here. My WhisperRoom isolation booth has been specifically treated to maximize the sonic quality. There will be no echoes, reverberation, hiss or noise in my recordings.
Any good voice artist should have a cabinet of high quality microphones to capture every nuance. The best microphones don’t come cheap, but are essential to a good recording. Depending on the situation I use two of the highest quality microphones for voiceover today, The Sennheiser MKH 416 and the Neumann TLM-103.
A microphone connects to a computer workstation for editing. Don’t be fooled by it’s size. This litte piece of equipment translates my voice to the digital bits that you’ll receive in a file. An interface will make or break a recording. This Apogee unit features exemplary preamplifiers and are featured in many top studios’ equipment lists.
Once the bits are in the computer. It can be manipulated, edited and mastered to exactly your needs. The best workstations can be optimized for the needs of the client. My workstation is exclusively for voiceover, and it optimized for rapid delivery of high quality audio to your exact specifications. Don’t wait around while someone works around the limitations of their Audio Workstation.
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I look forward to meeting you. Let’s chat about your next project.