Sound Advice: Voiceover from an Audio Engineer's Perspective
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Sound Advice: Voiceover from an Audio Engineer's Perspective

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Writing about sound is not an easy task. I've heard it compared to explaining visual art to the blind. However, after years of working with voiceover talent, being asked the same questions and dealing with the same issues, I was inspired to give it a try. I've written this book to give you a sound engineer's perspective on your career as a voiceover talent. In this book I'...more
Paperback, 86 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Authorhouse
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Ann Simmons
The title says it all in the word "advice." Some topics are covered more in depth than others. However, it's a good overview and I keep the book close by my work area. I changed my mic placement based on the diagrams in the book - and am very happy with the results.
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