Nov 1, 2018
If you're a voice artist, you know the conundrum. You're in a hotel room, the client is waiting and you need to deal with the cops raiding a drug den next door before you can record. Ok, stretch... yes, but seriously what's the best way to get a great sound on your recordings while you're on the road?
If you're an engineer, how can you help your voice artist get the best possible sound out of his location for that pick-up that you're going to have to match back to a session you did last week with him/her in the studio.
The porta-booth® is fast becoming a go-to for a lot of voice artists, there are plenty of upsides, but what are the downsides. And if you do get one, what type of Mic should you use? Where should you place it, and is there anything else you can do to improve your sound? In this episode, we try out a number of configurations to help you come up with the perfect set-up for you and more importantly your clients.
Stay tuned at the end of the show we play the samples raw and completely unprocessed (no compression or gain change).
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