I’ve been struggling lately to come up with some relevant content to add to my blog since I last posted. After coming across this post on Twitter (shared by someone else on top of that) , I’ll gladly share it along to my readers and twitter followers as well. Very good advice and very good habits to start and maintain. Great work, Mr. Dunn.
As work from home voice-artists, we are a segregated lot. Our time recording is spent in the lonely convenience of closets, spare bedrooms, under moving blanket tents and for the truly fortunate, a sound booth. Regardless of where we record, we are usually solo, self-directing to the point of our best performance. Sure, there are patched or ISDN sessions with directors talking to us from some remote location. Still, we are standing by ourselves, behind a mic and putting our best VO effort forward. We are alone.
Since there is usually nobody but me, myself, and JC controlling how my sessions go in my home studio, there are a few things that I do for each session to make sure when I’m done recording my time editing is used efficiently.
The following might seem obvious for some and super simple to others. For me, these tips give me an extended…
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