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Voice Over Audio Engineer Services To Improve Voice Over Audio Quality
Voice over artists from around the world trust Lenny B to improve their voice over sound quality.
Model: Sony MDR 7506
Use: Broadcast / Studio
This extremely high quality, unobtrusive, lightweight reference headphone has been engineered to be comfortable to wear for extended periods. They are ideal for studio use and are very popular among professional broadcasters. An additional benefit to these headphones is that when the ear pads wear out, replacement pads are inexpensive and make them feel brand new again.
Pro Co Cables
Use: Mic to Interface Connections
Great quality at a good price. Anything higher end is overkill and anything less is a risk in my opinion. Pro Co cables are a good balance and the color tags are very useful when you're under your desk (in the dark) trying to figure out what cable goes where. And they're available in 1.5 feet, 5 feet, 10 feet, 20 feet, and 25 feet lengths.
Use: Gain Boost For Dynamic Mics
1-channel +25dB In-line Microphone Preamplifier. The gain boost provided by your Cloudlifter lets your mic pre work more efficiently, giving you the levels you need, without the noise. These are necessary for most Dynamic Microphones in a voice over studio setup.
Use: Mic processor
Features: Channel Strip, with Compressor, Expander/Gate, De-Esser, and Enhancer.
When you need a fast way to get a great voice over sound without plugins and post production, this is what you need. It's the most popular microphone processor in the broadcast industry and it's a no brainer for podcasts. It's chinese made, inexpensive for the sound that it offers and it sounds awesome. Don't count on it lasting longer than a few years if you use it constantly. When mine crapped out (as will yours eventually) I ordered a new one the same day. They're that good. Cheaper units are a waste of money (in my opinion) and the better quality units that offer the same effects for voice over are four times the price. See the DBX 286s in action on voice over here.
Atlas Mic Stand
Use: Microphone Insurance
There are tons of cheap $20 mic stands and they're all the same. If you're looking a cheap stand, take your pick. I am only suggesting this one because it matters at a certain point in your voice over career and here's why... There will be a time when you are ready for a legit mic stand. You'll want an extra heavy and solid stand when you need to mount your new, expensive microphone. If you don't want your new mic to fall or get knocked over, this is your insurance. It is heavy, solid and will support your expensive microphone with confidence. Get one and you'll understand.
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