Studio Equipment

When you hire me to record a voiceover, there are a few ways that we can work together to deliver the audio.

The preferred way (also the easiest, quickest and most cost-effective) is for me to take your brief (record a few dummy lines if required), and then self-record and self-direct from my personal studio. Afterwards, I will send you the files via WeTransfer – a free service that allows users to send and receive large attachments.

The next way is for me record the script while you listen on SkypeZoom or Source Connect Now, to edit the audio afterwards, and to send you the file(s) via WeTransfer.

Another way is to record from another nearby professional voiceover studio (my second studio, if you will) – which comes with additional ISDN, Source Connect Now and ipDTL connections.

The final way is to record at a studio of your choice.

Please see below for a list of professional equipment I use.

Personal Studio

  • Custom-built recording booth (MDF, rockwool & acoustic fabric wall panels & ceiling)
  • Sontronics Orpheus multi-pattern condenser microphone
  • Rode microphone arm
  • Audient iD4 audio interface
  • iMac (outside booth) feeding Yuraku monitor
  • Adobe Audition CS6 recording/editing software
  • Skype, Zoom and Source Connect Now capability
  • Fibre broadband
  • Sennheiser HD 280 Pro headphones

Second Studio

  • Neumann TLM103 microphone
  • Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 audio interface
  • PreSonus Studio Channel Vacuum Tube Channel Strip
  • Pronto 3 ISDN codec
  • Source Connect Now / ipDTL / Skype capability
  • Gentner DH20 phone patch
  • Fostex monitors / Beyerdynamic DT150 headphones
  • iMac and MacMini
  • Pro Tools, Adobe Audition, Twisted Wave recording/editing software

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