Hosted by voice over and audio pros, George 'The Tech' Whittam, Robert Marshall from Source Connect and SUM1, Darren 'Robbo' Robertson from Voodoo Sound and Andrew Peters a voice over talent and founder of Realtime Casting.
The Pro Audio Suite features interviews with key players not just in VO but anything to do with audio and voice over.
They also talk about tech stuff, VO tips and industry news!
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What's New? - Mic's, Plugins and Software and Hardware..
Thanks to your feedback on our recent poll, we've begun planning more episodes that feature gear, gear setups, and room tuning tips n tricks.
The first cab off the rank is this week's episode. We asked each of our panel members to come up with something new that they have been playing with over the past few weeks. And what we got was a great diversity of NEWNESS...
Audio Books - Life On Both Sides Of The Glass
They're thought of as "The Dark Side" of Audio, long hours behind the mic for some, and hours of painstaking editing on the other side of the glass. This week we speak with Simone Feiler (Brisbane Audio Books Owner/Engineer) and Scott Brick, Audio Book Voice Artist with a stack of credentials.
We take a dive down the rabbit hole of questions about this little know artform and have a few laughs along the way. Don't miss the little surprise stashed away at the end...
RODE NT-USB Mini Road test
"The NT-USB Mini brings the pristine sound quality of RØDE’s world-class studio mics to a compact, easy-to-use USB microphone. Designed to deliver crystal-clear, professional-quality audio direct to a computer or tablet, it’s the perfect microphone for gamers, podcasters, musicians, streamers, and content creators who want to be heard in full definition.''
That's what RODE have to say about their mini USB mic on their website. But are they right?? Robbo, George, and AP get to business finding out!
The legalities of AI
This week, we get some definitive answers on whether you can Trade Mark your sound! Stuart Green is an Australian Trade Mark lawyer, and he joins us to give us the lowdown on most of the above. TBH some of his answers sound a warning bell for both the industry and its workers! DON'T MISS THIS!!
Bill Drescher - A Life Behind The Console pt 2
If you follow our show, you will absolutely know who Bill Drescher is. 50 Years behind the console at studios like Sound City, A & M and many others make him a household name in the Music Biz.
In Part two of our interview with Bill, we look back at the later part of his career, and Charles Manson, Drum Mic Setups, His Vocal Chain setup, tips and tricks, and a whole lot more...
Bill Drescher - A Life Behind The Console pt 1
50 Years behind the console at studios like Sound City, A & M and many others make Bill Drescher a household name in the Music Biz.
In Part One of our interview with Bill, we look back at the early years of his career. The building of the Sound City legend, his production/engineering work with the likes of Neil Young, Barry Manilow, Rick Springfield, INXS, and (believe it or not) Evil Knievel. We also touch on some great stories from the early years of an amazing career...
Indispensable Resource for the VO Pro
This podcast is an essential resource for the working professional voice actor. In today’s world of home audio recording studios (Home Studios) that need to be clean sounding and deliver professional quality recordings to some of the most demanding clients, this podcast provides you with specific information and actionable data that will either keep you at the top of your game, or get you there if that’s what you need. And even the episodes that don’t specifically appear to be what I am researching that day (or THINK I need), I always, and let me reinforce that, ALWAYS learn something new that can help me with my craft. Of the numerous podcasts that help me run my full-time VO business, this is at the top of the list of my three “must listen” resources. Oh, and the format and presentation of this podcast makes you feel like you’re “in the club“. It’s brilliant. It makes me happy when I see a new episode is available.
One of my favorites
When these guys get together, you get to hear a fun and realistic discussion of all parts of the VO industry. I always learn something and have a great time listening. The global viewpoint is unique and excellent. Also, it’s nice to listen to a podcast without a sales agenda!
Audio geekery and interviews
Fantastic coverage of audio technology for the radio production, voiceover, and music industries hosted by a bunch of pros. George Whittam from VOBS.TV is on the show, as well as Robert Marshall from Source Elements.