For many years, recording voiceovers was the exclusive domain of commercial studios. Even a simple voice audition meant a trip to a studio, an ad agency, or an agentas office. Today voiceover actors are increasingly producing voice tracks for corporate namixers, standalones, and as part of many allain-one computer audio interfaces adevices that combine the analog to digital converter, phantom power, ... That little hole is designed to use the toy microphone we made you throw in the garbage.
|Title||:||Voice Actor's Guide to Recording at Home and on the Road|
|Author||:||Harlan Hogan, Jeffrey Paul Fisher|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2009|