Welcome to The Art of Voice Recording! By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to be able to record voice-overs for your own productions or for your clients, and you will have a great start on recording others for voice-over work. In this lesson you’ll see what you are going to learn in this course.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 03:44
2.Audio Recording Basics2 lessons, 11:26
3.A Deeper Look at Gear6 lessons, 36:35
4.Controlling the Sound2 lessons, 10:36
5.Recording Your Voice-Over5 lessons, 12:30
6.Conclusion2 lessons, 06:09
News reporting, story telling, slide shows, training videos, web presentations and advertisements are just some of the types of media where voiceover is an essential element. Producing a good voiceover isn't difficult to do, and the gear you need to pull it off is fairly inexpensive. The quality of your voiceover, however, will only be as good as your ability to control the sound and your technique for capturing the audio. Hi, my name is Dave Brody for Tuts Plus. And in this course, you will learn about basic audio recording techniques, the different options you have for voiceover equipment, acoustic treatment and how to properly use the gear. In addition to the technical aspect of this course, you will also learn about how to prepare for the read, and how to work with clients to make sure that expectations are met on both sides. The techniques learned in this course can also be used in voiceovers for audiobook productions, audio podcasting, ADR or additional dialog recording, and other multimedia projects. By the end of this course, you will have the skills that you need to be able to record voiceovers for your own productions, for your clients' productions, and you will have a great start on recording others for voiceover work. To start off, you are going to learn some basics of audio recording, starting with the next lesson.Back to the top