The folks at Apogee have recently released something that could make recording on the go both cheaper and lighter. It’s called the Mike.
With the Aviom Pro16 Monitor Mixing System, actors and engineers have control over their own audio environment, so they don’t miss a cue or a direction and still have the ability to monitor their own performance.
Recording on the road with a booth setup used to be next to impossible, but now with Harlan Hogan’s Porta-Booth, voiceovers can be whipped up quickly and professionally away from the studio.
Audacity has been used by many podcasters as an entry-level podcasting tool, appears to be dead on the Mac platform. You can help!
Before you login to Google and create a radio ad campaign, you’ll need a commercial to air, and more to the point, the assistance of a professional voice talent to produce the :30 or :60 spot.
To break it down, here are the key factors that will need to be considered within each category regarding selecting a voice talent for your radio commercial