Home Studio Setup

If you're hoping to book your next project from home, making sure your recording space captures your performance and isn't holding you back from producing the perfect sounds is paramount to your success.

Creating a home studio setup may seem like a challenging undertaking (hello, home renovations!) but Voices has plenty of resources to help you build out a sound studio that will help bring out the best in your voice and give you professional quality recordings.

There are lots of noises you may not recognize buzzing or clicking in the background of your living space, so read through this great resource on soundproofing a room in your home studio: https://www.voices.com/blog/soundproof-your-space/

"But what if I don't have a home studio yet?" you may be asking. Check out our advice on creating a home studio setup for beginner Voice Actors: https://www.voices.com/blog/home-studio-setups-for-beginner-voice-actors/

You've got the space, you've got the soundproofing, now what? For some hands-on help with your setup and where to start, check out our home studio audio production playlist on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL60epQE0BM-mzzk6hp9iVFuZdvY43T8E7

Comments

  • roberthansen
    roberthansen Member, Voices_Premium
    First Comment

    If you're setting up a space to record, once you've added the appropriate anti-reflective sound treatment (A MUST) your final

    investment should be Sonarworks software. This will insure your clients hear.. WHAT YOU HEAR.

    Best software investment I've made in years. check it out here:

    https://www.sonarworks.com/soundid-reference

  • shan2030
    shan2030 Member, Voices_Guest
    First Comment

    please let me know the presents essential for any voice-over auditioning