Recording Voiceovers & Editing Voiceovers, Voice Acting & Announcing pt.2

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This voice over book written by actress Lili Wexu is a modern-day voice acting 101 bible detailing recording voiceovers and editing voiceovers and what it takes to become a successful voice actor or announcer in today's VO market. The entire three-part-series is a must have for new voice actors and announcers who want a sustainable career.

Whether you're seeking to make a transition to a career in the voice sector because it's the logical next step in your career, or because you want to feel stimulated by a new career, these voice acting books are meant to empower you in the next phase of your journey.

An Amazon reader says: "My biggest hurdle in getting into voiceover was getting over the actual recording and editing part. Voila! This book was literally a game changer for me and has given me the skills and confidence to just focus on what I really love about my new job... the actual performance part. Thanks Lili!!!"

To have a viable voice over career, you must first learn recording voiceovers and editing voiceovers to become a competent VO technician.

Pt. 2 follows the path of the voice over technician: learn about recording and editing voice overs, voice acting gear (and voice over industry standards like voice acting microphones, voice acting headphones, voice acting audio interfaces), the intricacies of working with sound, building a voice over booth (voice acting set up), editing and file delivery standards, audio file formats and specifications. You’ll also learn to create an effective recording workflow with clients. After reading this voice acting e-book you'll be confident about recording voice overs from home and editing your voice over work. This is all about delivering excellent audio to clients and agents, and having an effective recording process with clients.

Pt. 1 follows the path of the voice over artist and Pt. 3 follows the path of the voice over entrepreneur.

Get the voice acting book that will help you record and edit voice overs from home the clever way.

3 reviews for Recording Voiceovers & Editing Voiceovers, Voice Acting & Announcing pt.2

  1. Linda (verified owner)

    Lili Wexu is a generous and talented actress, voice-over coach, and author. In Recording & Editing Voiceovers (Part II of her Get Clever About Voice Acting & Announcing series), Lili shares a wide range of technical knowledge that she has amassed over the course of years in the VO business. Lili’s sensitivity to the needs of her readers really comes to the fore in this book. She strikes the perfect balance in presenting technical information in a manner that is neither overwhelming nor condescending. With clear definitions and analogies to processes commonly used in our everyday lives, we gain understanding of the myriad aspects of VO recording – as well as an assuredness that the technical skills needed for success are within our grasp.

    As always, Lili takes care to highlight the different technical nuances encountered across genres and recording environments. An unexpected (for me) bonus are the sections that Lili devoted to managing the workflow (and the people) involved in creating a voice-over, from contract stipulations all the way through to the finished product. She also highlights how this may vary depending upon where the recording will be made and whether or not the session will be directed.

    Finally, Lili’s tips on preparation and studio etiquette are designed to enhance the likelihood that clients will want to work with us on future projects. Recording & Editing Voiceovers is a valuable resource that will make our recording lives easier and a great deal more pleasurable. For this, I am indebted to Lili Wexu and her presence in the VO industry.

  2. Chris DiCroce

    Voice Acting & Announcing Part II is a super clear breakdown of the technical aspects of getting started with the recording process and data management parts of voice acting. Lili explains the different file types, sample rates, and the reasons for them being requested. She makes suggestions on software and sound treatment for your space, and it’s all laid out in small, easily digested chunks.

    You’ll want to keep this as your reference manual as you get your home studio set up. It’s the perfect compliment to Part I and now I’m about to dive into Part III. If you’re serious about voice acting or if you simply want to find out if you’re ready to commit to voice acting, the bundle is the way to go. Money well spent.

  3. Ian Thibault

    Fantastic reading. There is so much that i’ve learned with this book! I recommend it to everyone who wants to create their home studio. It’s easy to read and very accessible!
    I’ll definitely keep it as one of my precious tools for the future.

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