Help with remote recording?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by yaoh_comeon, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. yaoh_comeon

    yaoh_comeon Guest

    I own a small studio here in Mumbai(India), which mostly caters to clients interested in voice dubbings for various purposes. Recently I discovered that a sizable amount of work (of our regional languages) from abroad is either outsourced or the artists are called over paying high travel & accomodation costs..

    I was wondering if there was a facility wherein I could use the regional talents here & my studio facilities over the internet to get execute such kind of projects.. What kind of other facilities will i have to look into, in order to make the studio available for these projects?

    I have a lot of basic questions for you.. Is it generally done using FTP or are the recordings done in real-time with the use of tackback withe the clients being in a remote locations? How r the latency issues dealt with?
    I'd be greatful if you could shed some light on this..

  2. yaoh_comeon

    yaoh_comeon Guest

    Hey ppl..
    For the 1st time it has happened that there has been no reply to my querry..
    Is it coz my question was not put forward in a proper manner or have i posted it in the wrong forum?
    If its in the wrong forum then can it be moved to the right place?

  3. decode

    decode Guest

    Dont know if this is what you were looking for,
    but there is

    The idea is, you sit in your studio with your DAW
    and someone is working in his studio and
    you both have the 'digital musician link'
    vst plugin up and running. You communicate via
    webcam/audio and work together on the same

    After finishing the recording session, you exchange
    audio files via internet or good old mail.

    hope this helps
  4. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

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    I think the topic title might be the issue as to why there are few replies.

    Generally, the files are exchanged via ftp.

    Zipping the files is highly encouraged. This makes the files smaller and also ensures that the files are less likely to be damaged in transit.

    There are ways to do the audio in real time, but the cost for both equipment and connection time are VERY expensive.

    Hope this helps.

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