Are you interested in recording great sounding voiceover at home? Well, George Whittam builds recording studios one at a time just like most audio specialists. It's just that when George builds a studio, the recordings sound like pure gold. In this seminar, George will discuss the essential ingredients for professionalizing your recording environment and the recordings you make with practical solutions that will fit your needs and your budget. He will share his expertise on acoustics, booth design, microphone technique and placement, computer choice, processing, accessories and much more to help you optimize your space.
George is a 1997 graduate of Virginia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in music and audio technology. George went on to acquire considerable expertise in music recording, live sound, sound for fitness, film production sound mixing, and gained broadcast engineering experience working at 94 WYSP (now WIP) as the remote engineer for the NFL Eagles Radio Network.
George Whittam is the global authority on the technology of voiceover recording, investing thousands of hours researching studio design, recording equipment, and creating training materials for voice actors. Among his many successful clients are Malcolm McDowell, Allison Janney, Patrick Warburton, Rolonda Watts, Melissa Disney, Tara Strong, Joe Cipriano, and (the late) Miguel Ferrer.
George co-hosts the popular live webcast Voice Over Body Shop at VOBS.TV, a show dedicated to the education and support of voice actors around the world. George is now known as "George The Tech" and provides his technical services at GeorgeTheTech.com.
You are expected to stay for the entirety of this workshop/class/workout, which is from 7:00pm - 9:00pm.