By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 13, 2010
There's nothing quite like finding out what makes things work, and when that something is a piece of studio equipment that could make your voice over recordings sound better when on the road or away from home, it's an absolute must!
Get a behind the scenes look at the newly released Harlan Hogan Porta-Booth Pro in today's VOX Daily.
After a year and a half of work, 200 hours of design and testing the new Harlan Hogan pro-level booths are on the market.
From what I've heard, the size, sound and workmanship is fantastic and Harlan, along with others, are very pleased with the results.
People I spoke with at VOICE 2010 absolutely loved the Harlan Hogan Porta-Booth Pro and it is my pleasure to give you more information about them.
It doesn't take long to assemble and can be easily transported for recording on the road.
One of the coolest things about this booth is the 2-minute set up.
As depicted here, all you need to do is spread out the materials, zip the bottom and then zip up the top.
Unlike the previous Porta-Booth which was blue, this one is black and even cooler!
Hours of conversations were had with voice over pros to see how the Porta-Booth could be improved.
After listening to their ideas, the Porta-Booth Pro was designed to accommodate larger and longer microphones and lengthy scripts.
In the time it took you to read what I've posted here, you could have already set up one of these booths!
Whenever something comes on the market that could be of value to voice talent, I like to post a bit about it and give you an opportunity to write in with your thoughts or experiences using the product.
Now's your opportunity to do so!
If so, how have you found it to work for you and what can you tell us about your experience?
Looking forward to hearing from you!
P.S. You can learn more about the Porta-Booth Pro here:
Images courtesy Harlan HoganRelated Topics: booth, Microphones