01. Equipment and Environment

For those just starting out, this lesson will explain the basics of what is needed to set up a recording environment with professional grade equipment. Most audiobook narrators have an in-home studio (commonly a walk-in closet or corner of an unused room where a booth can be situated), but how did they do it?  Ann explains the needs and the reasons behind them in easy-to-understand steps.
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I work on a campus with a recording studio and staff that I regularly record video with. I contacted them to check on my mic and other materials selection. I record a podcast for the university and use audition. We had a digital media specialist doing the edits but I just took a refresher course in LinkedIn learning. In addition, I have an accountability partner who teaches in the theater department (accents) she does voice over work and is presenting at VO Atlanta this coming weekend. We just renovated parts of our house and took out an antique elevator to make a new closet which I will use as my space.

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Avatar Bittonbailey12

I have a quick question, after doing some further digging is audition a tool you would recommend or is something like audacity better for beginners?

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