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V O GEAR GUIDE!
How to Record VO at Home
Sean Rogers (Producer/Engineer) gives a detailed look at 3 different packages to help you purchase the right equipment to start recording your own voice overs.
The first and most obvious differences are the price. For the lowest dollar and biggest bang, the “Beginner’s Package” includes all the basics you need to plug in and start recording!
For a few hundred more dollars the “Intermediate Package” bumps up the quality in several key components such as a higher quality microphone and headphones - both showcase a good bit more detail in the areas that count!
If you are ready to swing for the fences and take a serious dive into home recording, the “Pro Package” is compiled of gear you’ll find in pro studios around the world from the interface, microphone and even the cables!
***Important Note: You will need to observe the computer you will be using to record with and it’s connectivity (USB, Firewire, Thunderbolt, USB-C, etc.) This plays an important role in choosing an interface. All interfaces shown in the guide are USB for consistency.