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Experts advice for voice-over hw & sw setup

Discussion in 'Recording' started by luigi, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. luigi

    luigi Guest

    Hi All,

    Can somebody please advise what could be the a recommended low/medium-budget setup in order to do excellent voice-over recordings for promos, commercials, spots, jingles.

    Please include all the hardware (mic, pre-amp, compressor, EQ, mixer, etc ...., - excluding the PC) and software components required.

    I want to enhance and/or tweak the "voices" that we have in-house in order to get the best lively effect on radio commercials that we want to produce.

    Thanking all in advance for your kind help.

    Luis Filipe
     
  2. realdynamix

    realdynamix Well-Known Member

    :) Hi Luis! What is your budget? It helps to know this.

    --Rick
     
  3. luigi

    luigi Guest

    Hi Rick,

    I am aiming at $2000 max (excluding PC).

    As you know, it does not mean that the most expensive product is necessarily the best.

    As an example, I know that there are many $500 amplifiers that sound better than many $1000 amps.

    Also, in a chain of components some products match better than others. Meaning that it is possible to have a well matched chain of inexpensive produts working better than a unmatched chain of expensive products.

    As I am somewhat ignorant in this field all contribution will be most welcomed as I would certainly hate walking into a store and having to buy what would suit the salesman best in order to clear his own stock.
     
  4. realdynamix

    realdynamix Well-Known Member

    :) Amen!

    --Rick
     

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