Filled with revealing reviews and in depth information about etiquette and engineering that talent can really benefit from, “Sound Advice – Voiceover From an Audio Engineer’s Perspective,” was written by someone who is both audio engineer and a successful voice over talent, Dan Friedman.
An audio engineer since 1994, Friedman started his career in live sound working in clubs with bands and musicians. He has held production positions in both broadcast radio environments and in professional recording studios. As the years went by, Friedman noticed that he could offer complementary skills and began recording himself as a voice over artist and writing copy in addition to audio engineering.
Friedman shares, “I really understand both sides of the microphone and am always happy to share my knowledge and experience with anyone who is interested.”
The book covers basic information about getting to know your audio equipment and how it works.
Friedman points out that the book is geared toward audio engineering and not the art of voice acting itself.
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