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Getting Started in the Recording Booth Featuring Dan Friedman


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

December 7, 2011

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Sound Advice Voiceover book by Dan FriedmanAre you just starting out in voice over and looking for tips on building your home recording studio?

Need some ideas?

I hope that this posting gives you at least one aha moment or a takeaway you can put into practice today.

Author, audio recording engineer and voice over talent Dan Friedman joined Voices.com for a webinar recently and shared tips that are taught in audio recording schools from his book, "Sound Advice Voiceover From an Audio Engineer's Perspective."

Continue reading to access the webinar recording and be sure to comment on Vox Daily with your thoughts.

Voices.com Webinar with Dan Friedman

Dan FriedmanDan Friedman authored a book called Sound Advice - Voiceover From an Audio Engineer's Perspective, a book that shares an enormous amount of useful information that can be applied confidently in today's home recording studio environment by voice talent everywhere.

Perhaps you've heard of Dan Friedman and would like to learn more.

Are you in need of some expert tips?

Take some time now to watch this video on getting started in the recording booth. The duration of the recording is about an hour.

Any Comments?

Feel free to add your thoughts!

Looking forward to hearing from you,


Related Topics: booth, reading, YouTube


    Thanks for showcasing Dan's expertise in audio production! I recently received an autographed copy of his book from him and thoroughly enjoyed reading it from cover to cover. The clear, concise writing accompanied by pictures really enlightened me on the elusive and technical world of audio production concepts. His blog gives even more details for those that would like to follow him for further information! http://sound4vo.com

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      I did it through studying how sound travels.

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      • Gregory Perkins Sr
      • January 3, 2012 12:37 PM

        Scotty built it with his Denebian Pherneptulizer.

        Lots of local studio experts advice, Dan's book, and Dan Lenard with the fine tuning advice. Still not completely done with it!

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        • David A. Bucci
        • January 3, 2012 12:37 PM

          I just tried to do two things, keep errant sound waves from hitting the mic, and keep my sound waves from bouncing all over,......aurilex foam, and several layers of hanging fabrics is all it took

          and it WORKS

          Posted by:
          • Joseph Loewinsohn
          • January 3, 2012 12:38 PM

            Iam music arranger and sound engineer i hope to work and help any one

            Posted by:
            • yasser
            • February 4, 2012 5:13 PM

              All good info here, I will pick up Dan's book as I have heard about it in a few areas in voice over work.
              I need some education on my end, coaching and marketing, anyone have thoughts on schools, ie: (Such-a-voice or voices for all etc.)?



              Posted by:
              • Mitch Mumford
              • February 21, 2012 2:45 PM

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