Your voice may be your fortune. So let’s look at starting on the road to success with it? Having worked in radio for a good share of my adult life, doing voiceovers became second nature. As long as you have decent equipment, you can do a good job. There’s no need for expensive setups. You need a quiet area, a top quality microphone, recording and editing software. I’ve had discussions with studio people about the need for soundproofing, and personally, if you are doing it from home and don’t have enough space for a studio, you don’t need the expense…View Post
Being a VoiceOver Artist
All the information if you are interested in working as a voiceover artist. Equipment to use, where to register and more.