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Gear & Resources
Recommendations from the Pros.
We’ve compiled a list of the best Voice Over gear & resources.
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Sennheiser 416 XLR Mic
The Sennheiser MKH-416. The VO gold standard. There’s a reason why this mic is so common in pro recording studios. It’s directionality, consonant articulation and feedback rejection make this the ideal VO mic, especially for commercials and promos.
The Neumann TLM 103. This mic’s capsule is derived from the legendary U-87, allowing for amazing sound for a quarter of the price. An excellent choice for a range of VO, from commercials to audiobooks.
The Audio-Technica AT 2020. Some version of this mic has been around since the advent of digital home recording. The most current example features an integrated headphone jack for self-monitoring. A solid choice for recording on a budget.
Auralex Studiofoam Panels. All booths need acoustic treatment and Auralex is a top name in sound absorption. These 12” x 12” panels allow for flexible positioning so you can tame the echoes and flutters that plague your home recording space.
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