by Bill DeWees on June 18, 2011

This is the first part of a 2 part discussion with audio engineer, Dan Friedman. Dan is an accomplished voice over talent, studio engineer at ProComm Voices (one of the better known and respected voice over production companies) and author of the book, “Sound Advice: Voiceover From an Audio Engineer’s Perspective.”

In this installment, Dan discussed what microphones are best suited for voice over work, how to choose a mic, as well as microphone technique during your performance.

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Bill DeWees is a professional voice over talent and voice over coach. Bill's voice over credits inlude Warner Bros, Microsoft, Dell, National Geographic, AstraZeneca, Whirlpool, Quicken and many more household names both globally and across the US.

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Bill DeWees delivers his own style of voice over training through a range of engaging online courses, live workshops, events and personal one on one coaching sharing all his secrets from his own 6-figure voice over business to help you build yours. To connect with Bill or get additional information visit Voice-Over-Training.org

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George Whittam June 19, 2011 at 3:41 am

“If it sounds good, it is good”
That’s my mantra when it comes to mics.
Great interview and very useful information, Dan.

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