The CreateNow Tour Comes To A Close: But First…VO Recording Technique Guide

The last show of this tour is about to begin (literally, in :30 minutes, as I sit in the hallowed halls of the 601 Townsend building in San Francisco)

As part of tonight’s final presentation, I’m doing a little spot on Voice Over mixing/sweetening, and thought this doc that I created for MAX last year might be a good resource.

Voice Over Recording & Microphone Guide

Essentially, it’s a guide to the various types of microphones and things to know/look out for when choosing the right mic for the job, whether it’s web-type audio, vocals (music) or anything in between.

I’ll be writing a wrap-up of the mega tour in the coming days, so till then…

Blog on.

6 thoughts on “The CreateNow Tour Comes To A Close: But First…VO Recording Technique Guide

    1. Haha. Thanks, Paul! Yeah, I guess I’m long overdue for *that* post, eh? 😛 I’m planning to start-anew in the New Year! Have a good holiday. –jl

  1. i would like to have a track that has a 10 hertz sound. i wanna add a sound its like study hard , study hard.
    how can i do that ?

    1. Hi Rasim. You can generate tones at any frequency using the ‘Generate Tones’ function under the effects menus. Of course, you won’t be able to ‘hear’ 10Hz, and even if you had speakers that could (theoretically) deliver it, it might very well make you sick! (actually, one can get fairly pukey at 20Hz, with the right speakers…again, more of a ‘feeling’ than hearing). But now you know:) Good luck. –jl

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