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MO-JOE Friday Videos, Episode 44:
'Take Voice-Over Recording Session Notes'
April 5, 2019

(VOXtra) - You record a voice-over, email it to the client, and you're done.

Woops ... two weeks later they come back with a copy change. So, um ... what were the settings for that recording, and even, what time of day was it done?

As Voice-Over Booth Camp's Joe Loesch explains in today's MO-JOE Friday video, it's wise to take detailed notes about your jobs ...


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Bev standing
4/5/2019 at 7:05 AM
This is brilliant advice. Thank you, Joe.
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