Erik Matlock presents Stuff you should know about your first recording session posted at The Art of the Soundcheck, saying, "Ongoing blog written for the new guys. Recently picked up and promoted by prosoundweb.com"
Stephanie Ciccarelli presents Audio Editing: From Razor Blades To Keystrokes posted at Audio Daily, saying, "Having come from the dark ages of radio production, digital audio production has been the most significant advance to me. The problem has been that audio recording software is mostly designed for music recording, so what's a voiceover artist to do?"
Susan Kaye Quinn presents How to Make a Book Trailer posted at Susan Kaye Quinn: Speculative Fiction Writer, saying, "The key to a good trailer isn't cameras and dollies, but story and execution. It has to WOW on an emotional level, and the only thing that turns those gears is a story well told. This should sound familiar; these are the things that make a good blurb, a good cover, a good movie, and a good book. And what better way to promote the audiobook than a sample of the narration?"
Jessica Clark presents 10 Phenomenal Musicians Named Ken posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "Musicians who share the name “Ken” are a dime a dozen. However, there are a select few who have made a significant impact on the music industry, and it is they who deserve special recognition."
Corey Walo presents What’s All This Noise About Dither? posted at ProSoundWeb, saying, "Unless you've put some serious effort into learning to master your audio, the concept of dither can be fairly bewildering. We've all been told to “do” it, but what are we actually doing?"
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