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Hey all, newbie here. Really just new to broadcasting in general but have always wanted to be heard and feel I have a good voice to step into it all with, or at least that's what I'm told ;)

 

Really glad to have found the site, seems quite informative and friendly. Hoping to get some critique on my voice and approach to doing some dry recordings. I've been told my voice is most suited for voiceover/announcement but I've always wanted to be a music DJ.

 

I've attached a couple quick generic samples for opinions/critique using a local radio station out here in Columbus Ohio. Please tell me what ya think!

 

Good to be here and hope to learn and grow with ya'll!

 

-Will

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at first you have to record your voice with a higher volume level

after that you can normalize several regions and add one or more effects to it

 

If you record your voice with a software (Adobe or other), please check the tab "windows record mixer" and activate "line-in record mixer" ... that way you gonna achieve a "normal" volume

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Welcome to BW Will,

 

I see GK is helping you. I don't think you can get any better help. He has helped me as well with voice overs. Although I still mess up :)

"I'm Retired" Donations PayPal.Me/artistview . I only do dry reads, if you want FX's you'll have to add them, I might add them. If you use my voice please link to my art site AbstractArtist.xyz, Thank you
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Thanks for all the replies, glad to know I'm in good hands :) I'd definitely like to record some other samples and would love any guidance you all could give me on doing so. What is the "ideal" recording suite for windows? I do have a decent "beginner" mic, the Blue Yeti, however I know it's a far stretch from commercial quality, it really produces some nice tones!
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Hello Will,

 

At BW you can find different topics about mics ... but as a small and fast guidance, take a look at this topic of PianoMan

see http://www.broadcastingworld.net/forum/showthread.php?t=10478

Thanks for all the replies, glad to know I'm in good hands :) I'd definitely like to record some other samples and would love any guidance you all could give me on doing so. What is the "ideal" recording suite for windows? I do have a decent "beginner" mic, the Blue Yeti, however I know it's a far stretch from commercial quality, it really produces some nice tones!

 

by the way :

if you have some samples, feel free to upload them to this section :

http://www.broadcastingworld.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=287

Thats the "voiceover ....." chat section

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