Continuing on the previous post of the perfect performance… Until the time comes when all narrations are done with no need for correction, we should
One of my goals in Voice over Work is to get one recording with maximum productivity. That is, a one-to-one ratio of work to product.
It was just a week ago I was wondering outblog (or would it be blog-dering?) if there was – well, not if there was more,
Is there more? Already, I am wondering if there is more. I enjoy doing my LibriVox projects, but still. Volunteering is a good thing: for
I have completed a few chapters or sections for LibriVox, posted down below. They were received generally pretty well; there were no series of unending
Back when I was developing my photography hobby (did you see what I did there?), I used Ken Rockwell’s site as an Oracle. Well, maybe
Being a technology geek with a high-level audio background, it’s tempting for me to want to get some real equipment in order to record these
LibriVox is quite clever in their approach to many things. Starting with the One Minute test, which is basically a tongue twister with as many