This week on the VO School Podcast, we’re talking technology. Specifically, digital audio workstations or DAWs.
These are the software applications that voice talent use to record and edit. There are many options to choose from and many things to consider when making the choice: What is a DAW? What types of DAWs are there? Which DAW sounds best? How can a DAW speed up your workflow and allow you to get more work done?
Joining me this week are audio engineers and respected audio professionals in the voiceover world, Emmett Andrews and Tim Tippets.
Even if you aren’t technologically minded, this is an important episode for anyone looking to voice from home, as your DAW is one of the most important tools you have in your own studio.
This week on the VO School Podcast, we’re talking technology! More specifically, what you need to set up your own home studio for voiceover.
What is the first and most important consideration? Do you have to spend a lot of money to get professional results? Do you have to be a tech expert? And what common mistakes can you avoid? We also share some insider tips to optimize your recorded sound without having to spend any money at all.
Joining me this week are Amanda Rose Smith, audio engineer and producer from New York City, and Tim Tippets, voice talent, audio expert, and educator from Chicago. Embrace your inner sound geek and join us for a chat about all things audio!
Blog and show notes for the VO School Podcast - produced by Jamie Muffett.