voice over travel
Can you take Carry-on Vocal Booth (COVB) and VOMO (Voice Over mobile recording studio) on a plane? The answer is YES and NO. I have traveled with COVB, and then VOMO, both domestically and internationally few times. USA, Europe, South America, China, and I was always allowed to have VOMO
At this stop In San Diego, CA I met with James Alburger, a well respected voice actor and voice over coach, Founder of Voice Acting Academy in San Diego, California. James is a truly great coach, very knowledgeable and very generous with his knowledge. (See more about what James can
Portable vocal booth from VocalBoothToGo.com can be easily washed in a regular washer. to wash the Blanket part of the booth – take it out form the outer Nylon case ( unzip two zippers and unhook two hooks), then pull out the hard parts Support rods and Support arches. and
This is a complete version of instructions on how to use the Portable Voice Over Mobile recording studio, VOMO, and some tips and tricks. Scroll down to see list of Contents. List of contents: Part 1 – Overview. 0:50 Part 2 – Accessories. 5:02 Part 3 – Table top set
In Chicago we met with Tim Tippets, a professional Voice Over actor, Voice coach and VO tech guru Tim brought some of his latest gear and i brought the VOMO for him to test. I think VOMO stood up to Tim’s scrutiny. Tim was using his expensive Sennheiser microphone. VOMO
New Orleans pro musician Jed Rault tests the VOMO portable voice recording booth for recording vocals.
New Orleans Pro musician Jeb Rault tests the mobile Acoustic Vocal Booth, AVB33, and VOMO portable vocal booth.
In Louisiana we let local singer test our Portable vocal booth and see if the booth works for singing and rapping. Right there in a supermarket parking lot! Do MORE with VOMO! Primarily designed for Voice Over actors, as portable recording studio, VOMO is a perfect solution for any vocalist
The purpose of acoustic room treatment is to remove reflections and echo from getting recorded and interfering with the direct sound, by being recorded with slight delay making the original sound muddy, and by so called comb filtering that changes the original sound by reinforcing some sound waves and cancelling
In Atlanta Georgia we were invited to a local High School to help find a solution for doing Voice over for their Video/Audio class. Currently, they were trying to refurbish a janitor’s closet into a vocal booth by sticking some foam to the walls. It did not work too well.
In Dallas, TX we met with Dean Wendt a professional Voice over actor, who is very picky about his sound quality. he had tested any and all voice over gadget that exists, so when he says something – it is an honest opinion of someone in the know. We also