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Voice Actor’s Guide to Recording at Home and on the Road by Jeffrey P. Fisher, Harlan Hogan

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Chapter 6. Sound Space: Finding/Creating/Tweaking the Right Location

 

“It is my job to keep this very, very, very, very QUIET!”

 
 --Fred Ward as Walter Stuckel, The Player, 1992, Avenue Pictures Productions

People need a place to create their art. For painters, that’s a room with good light. For the culinary inclined, it’s a dream kitchen. For writers, it’s usually a quiet place free of distractions (or crowded coffee shops, though neither of us understands how anyone could write well [or edit —Prunella] in such an environment). Voice-actors are no different. You need a place to perform, too. And although almost any space will do, some choices are much better than others.

This chapter looks at designing a more permanent setup in your home or office. ...

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