If you want to get your home studio to sound great, acoustic treatment is necessary. Creating a secure listening environment is the aim of the treatment; ideally, the space should have constant frequency response so that mixes played on different systems translate! Low frequency build-up is particularly problematic in small to medium-sized spaces. Bass trapping … Read more
Although, only when there aren’t any external noises to distract from the voiceover, it will sound its finest. In a tiny, untreated room, it is impossible to generate a clear voice that is devoid of background noise and has an audible focus. An efficient, interesting, and emotionally-transmitting performance is what matters most, and these qualities serve as its foundation.
In an ideal world, everyone would want a full-sized theatre with a sound system like no other. But not everyone has that kind of limitless fund to create a commercial cinema. The good news is that modern audio systems have higher sound quality than ever before, and the newest TVs are bigger and more reasonably … Read more
Prior to recording your first podcast, it’s crucial to invest in acoustic sound treatment. This will pay off later on because you’ll concentrate more on content rather than EQ’ing your voice track or messing with different softwares to remove noise and try to remedy problems that are best addressed at the beginning with the space itself.