Pro voice over studio tips

Pro voice over studio tips

Getting ready for the big New Year celebration?

Me too!

You’re in the right place if you want to make 2016 your best year ever.

In the New Year you’ll hopefully be doing lots of voice overs.

You’ll mostly be recording from your home studio, but every so often you may be called in to record in someone else’s professional studio, directed by a producer, client or audio engineer.

That’s quite different from recording at home in your PJs!

To be prepared and look like a pro, there is some special recording studio etiquette you’ll need to know.

After all, you don’t want to embarrass yourself or look like you don’t know what you are doing, do you?

In this week’s Inside Voice Over video training, I’ll tell you exactly what to expect and how to handle yourself in a professional recording session.

One of my tips can even save your hearing, so make sure you pay close attention to what I have to say.

After you watch the video, I want to know your thoughts. Have you ever recorded in a professional studio? What was it like for you?

Write to me in the comments box. I want to learn what’s on your mind so I can support you.

Great Voice Company Voice Over Bootcamp

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

8 Responses to Pro voice over studio tips

  1. Good morning! Thanks for the tips! Writing down the engineer’s name was a good idea, I’m terrible with bames, too! & I liked the tip on sending postcards to stay in touch.

  2. Good tips! I’ve recorded in many studios in the SoCal area and I always put the engineer/producer into a follow up system I use. It’s beginning to get me some jobs. Have never had a problem with feedback though.

  3. Tnx, very nice reminder.

    Haven’t done any voice overs yet.
    I thought I would let you know I’d brought my laptop to our class as it seemed we’d go over how to get set up on it for our home studio.

    I thought we’d get more on our demo to send out but realized we’d have to attend another class.

    Anyway I played around on it a little to try and record some voice recordings but I’ve been stuck ever since.

    Otherwise I really enjoyed our class!!

    Kind regards,
    Margi Normandin

  4. As usual, you’re on target with your tips and your great voice. Those who are inclined to know a pro when they hear one should benefit tremendously IF they listen to what you are saying. Valuable tips that seem simple yet tips that are very relevant in this or any industry. Remembering an engineer’s name is also a sign of respect which is appreciated by most people. I was fortunate enough to be the first outside corporate representative to convince the JCPenney Company and its Salon Division on participating in my LIVE merchandising concept during JCPenney’s 100th Anniversary at the time. I handled MC duties for over 3000 shows involving 12,000+ merchants. 600 shows were purchased by JCP. I know a pro when I watch or see one and Ms. Berkley, you ARE just that, a PRO! Thanks for your tips and help. I enjoy and appreciate both tremendously!

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