While producing an E-learning content or web based training, a major decision making factor is whether to use audio for the benefit of the end users.
Generally, narration is used for this kind of Audio E-learning. Music and sound effects are rarely used. This article describes the technical background for producing the best quality audio for this purpose.
this question will be answered in just a few years with a simple “no”. So today we will make a small analysis of the IP Market for voice over.
First of all: The “voice-over IP revolution“ that everybody was waiting for is already over. And just a few have seen the signs…
After much research we proudly present the best combination of microphones and preamplifier for voiceover. But before we start, here are some important factors that you have to "inhale" for voiceover:
1.) First, test a new combination of mic and preamp before you buy it. Some voices can be perfect on, for example, a Neumann TLM103, but some have just too much sibilance. So ask you local dealer to get some mics and preamps to test before buying.
Here is a list of the preamps we would recommend for voice over. But remember: It is always the combination of Mic, Preamp and AD converter which defines the result. Not to mention "little things" like EQ, Compression or even cables (we only use Monster Cables or Vovox Klangleiter in our studios):
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Your voiceover or "voice artiste" can be your friend or foe. They can totally ruin your script - or they can turn your mediocre script into something vaguely acceptable. They can make your award-winning script into, well, an award-winning script - or not.
Here are the best Analog to Digital Converters for your voice. But remember: It is always the combination of Mic, Preamp and AD converter which defines the result. Not to mention "little things" like EQ, Compression, digital clock or even cables (we only use Monster Cables or Vovox Klangleiter in our studios).
The best Voiceover Mics...here are the best Voice-Over Microphones arranged by price... but remember its your natural Voiceover Talent that can make any mic the right mic!
The biggest misconception in voice-overs is as follows: "I have a great voice, and that means that I can do voice-overs, no problem!" Needless to say, a great voice is not the only factor that breeds a solid career in voice acting. A voice talent is not just a great voice, but a person with endless ambition, polished talent, and good business sense.
The first requirement, although it may seem obvious, is that you should be able to read well out loud.
There are many factors that help determine the budget you should have for your project. They include lenght of the recording, purpose of the recording and the voice talents you choose. Sometimes you will even need mastered files so you can just send them to TV stations or stream them in the internet.
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