Voice-Over Recording & Editing Webinar
Dec. 15: Software, Tips & Techniques
Dec. 8, 2009
Just press a button, speak into the microphone, save the recording, cut and paste your edits onscreen ... and then email your audition or job to the client. Simple as that!
Or is it? Yes, we're leaving out the how-to details.
But home studio consultant Dan Lenard will cover it all in Part 4: Recording & Editing of his Building Your Home Studio webinar series - a VoiceOverXtra presentation, on Tuesday night, Dec. 15 (starting at 9 p.m. Eastern time).
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
This webinar is especially valuable to voice-over newcomers.
But working pros will benefit, too. Do have a recording/editing problem now? Ask Dan on Dec. 15! All questions will be answered live.
"There are a plethora of software titles to choose from for voice-over recording," says Lenard.
"The thing is, while all are more than capable of recording your voice, most are designed to do much more sophisticated things that you have no need for," he adds. "Yet you still pay heftily for those applications, which you will never use as a voice artist.
"So in this webinar, we'll look at some simpler software for recording your voice, but which still have powerful editing capabilities that are simple to use.
"While we're at it, let's see what editing really entails, and ease your techno-intimidation factor."
BENEFIT FROM SERIES
This webinar series is your guided tour to building, equipping and using a home studio for voice-over auditions and jobs.
The topics are:
Each session is value-priced at $49.95. Or, enjoy a $20 discount for ordering the entire series.
And since you might not be home for the Dec. 15 "house call," the session will be recorded and available to registered attendees for free download.
The series is presented by VoiceOverXtra, the voice-over industry's online news, education and resource center - the daily resource for voice-over success.
Based in Buffalo, NY, instructor Dan Lenard consults with voice actors by phone, backed by many years of home studio experience as a professional voice talent, radio personality and educator.
As a voice talent, he is accredited by the Society of Accredited Voice Over Artists (SaVoa), and serves on the SaVoa Advisory Board. And Dan's home studio philosopy is: Keep It Simple.
BEEN TO A WEBINAR?
"A webinar is fun and easy to attend," says John Florian, founder/webmaster of VoiceOverXtra. "You just sign in by computer and/or phone, and listen and follow the presentation on your computer screen.
"A big Q&A follows each session, and you can ask questions by typing them or by 'raising your hand' to ask by voice," he adds.
For details and to register for the Dec. 15 webinar - and to order downloads of recorded episodes - please visit: http://bit.ly/AudioEditing
Or, contact Florian at 203-459-8834; firstname.lastname@example.org