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Book Time with me!

  • Home Booth/Recording Consultation

  • Sound Design/Mix your Project

  • Remote Recording Services

  • Game Dialogue Editorial

  • Nerd out over J.R.R. Tolkien's - The Silmarillion

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INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS TBD

Home VO

Best Practices

Let's talk about the

Proximity Effect

Spectrogram Analysis

What does my space 'look' like?

Microphones

used in

Voiceover

Volume Normlization -

Editing Your

Auditions

Can you hear me now?

Know what you sound like on Zoom/etc!

Audio Restoration Specialist

 

On February 3rd, 1944, during his basic training to become a Radioman in the navy during WWII, my Grandfather made some phonograph audio recordings to send back home to my grandmother, before they were married.  While cleaning out his basement workshop after he passed away, I found these records under a pile of old 78's.  

I have since transferred/digitized and cleaned them up as much as possible.  The mold was pretty bad, and the signal was originally mostly surface noise.  I'm sure if I spent another month on it I could improve the clarity a little more, but the audio is already a 100x better.

These playlists below show both the before cleanup phase, once they were transferred and after they were cleaned up.

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