By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 16, 2008
Let me know!
While the voice over business is definitely booming online and becoming more virtual everyday, opportunities will occasionally present themselves to record at a professional audio recording studio, that is, a professional studio outside of your home.
Some of you remember the days when all you did was record at someone else's recording studio. Think back to the commutes, chatting with others in person, and being directed while in the booth.
A very small percentage of voice actors still do this regularly.
If you have been in the biz for at least five to ten years as a professional voice actor you know what I'm talking about!
The initial encounter many new voice actors will have with a studio is either through the making of their first voice over demo or by attending a class that an instructor is holding at their preferred studio.
Solid referrals from professional voice actors for studios would be ever so helpful to people starting out.
I'd also like to learn more about our good friends in audio engineering and celebrate the great studios out there. Your recommendations will help to drive more business their way from people who need to use them.
To do this, I need your help. You are the experts and have been on the ground floor.
List the name of the studio, the city and state / province.
Looking forward to hearing from you! Please comment below.
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