By Stephanie Ciccarelli
September 5, 2007
What did you do this summer?
While many likely experienced business as usual, some of you might have been off seeing the world and recording your voice in exotic locations, European hotels, or on a cruise ship.
Where did you, your voice and your portable studio go this year? Tell us all about it at VOX Daily.
Did you go away on a vacation via plane, train or automobile?
Don LaFontaine was traveling this summer and happened to criss-cross the US several times, went to Great Britain, had a European vacation (as did Joe Cipriano holidaying in Italy), and also found that even the King of the Movie Trailers' luggage (specifically his mobile recording studio) could be lost during an overseas flight - not a fun 24 hours for the Don, he assured us all, but it came back safe and sound.
While you may not have temporarily lost your portable studio, you probably have some other stories to share about the summer that was, where you vocalized and the joys of working in places other than your own home recording studio.
For instance, did you have clients with emergency projects they needed you to record while you were away? Did you have to find a studio with ISDN in some remote locale? What kind of studio or Internet rates did you run into abroad?
For some of you, perhaps you had to record on the waves, literally, on the green, or maybe you battled with partying locals and needed to record during siestas.
Looking forward to hearing from you (and bring some of that heat back with your answers!).
Best from moderately autumnal Canada,
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