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  • You Can’t Satisfy Everyone All The Time

    Previously on Huffington. When you’re running your own business, there are times when you will not be able to satisfy your client. When those times occur your job will be to either: Identify those people in advance and steer clear or Do everything in your power, and within project spec/scope, in order to satisfy them […]

  • Q&A: Has the journey been worth it?

    Student Question: How long did it take you to become financially independent in voiceover work? In the grand scheme of things, Has the journey been worth it? Answer: It’s a tricky question because it really is different for everyone. I could have survived doing only voice over 4 years ago so I’d say 6 years. […]

  • Cleaning Up Audio

    The situation: So you just got a dialog track created for the production you’re working and you want to prep it to be used in a cut of the film. The Question:  What do you do to prepare it? It’s rather simple and today I’m going to give you a few simple steps in order […]

  • Voice Over vs Dialogue

    Okay, here’s the deal – I’m an editor and engineer who also happens to do voice over and on camera acting occasionally so I’m especially suited to talk about this topic. Voice over is recorded in a sound booth or sometimes a sound stage (if you need room tone applied to the track already) and […]

  • Dialogue and Listening

    When you begin to mix and master your track you will use the dialogue of the film you’re working on as a reference upon which you’re going to set all of your other levels. Now, this may change when you’re dealing with a scene based on just an instrumental or any kind of scene where […]

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