By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 13, 2007
What do you do after you're finished recording for the day?
Share how you unwind or reward yourself after a long day in front of the mic with your friends at VOX Daily.
Voice recording demands a certain amount of give and take where your own comfort and wants are concerned.
For instance, you might have to hold off on having that warm cup of cocoa or forfeit particular foods for the sake of your throat or to minimize mouth noise.
When I am done recording as host of the VOX Talk podcast on Monday and Wednesday evenings, I treat myself to some some potato chips and a glass of pop (Monday's only to watch "24") or perhaps depending on my mood, a caffeinated tea (Orange Pekoe).
There's an example for you, but keep in mind that my recording schedule is not nearly as frequent or packed as yours is.
If I am thrilled to indulge after two half hour recording sessions a week, you must find your free time away from the microphone even more precious :)
Do you strategically plan your menus around your recording schedule and save the best for last?
Perhaps you do something completely different with your post session time that doesn't involve food or drink but still signifies the end of a long day of work.
Let us know! Leave a comment here on the blog.
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
Whether you’re recording a TV commercial or shooting a corporate video, it isn’t enough to simply pick a song, drop it in and call it a day. Musical choices must reflect your brand, move the given project forward and closely align with your voice-over needs. Learn more.
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