Studio

The recording booth of voiceover.bg is dedicated. It’s in the internal part of the building with sizes 2m x 2.1m x 2.7m and all of the walls are covered with sound-absorbing panels. The internal pressure of the recording room is regulated with a ventilation air tube on the ceiling. According the recommendation of an engineer – the door is not covered but the floor is and the window to monitoring room is on side behind the narrating person. The microphone is in the corner on the distance 1/3 of the diagonal.

Rode NT1-A

This microphone model is part of the Rode family since 1995. Having a 10-year manufacturer warranty is a testament to the trust the company places in its own product. NT1-A is 1″ Large diaphragm microphone, with Frequency response 20 – 20,000 Hz, sound pressure level up to 137 dB and 100 Ohm output impedance.

dbx® 286

The dbx® 286s Microphone Pre-amp Processor provides +48V phantom power and also is used for the 80Hz high-pass filter to remove low frequency hum. The Channel Strip Processor comes in handy to deliver the classic “in your face” vocal performance that only a dbx compressor can. Number of additional tweaks are available with the De-esser, the Enhancer and the Expander/Gate.

E-MU Tracker Pre

The CurrentMorph circuit design, which allows the Tracker Pre to offer +48V phantom power and the use of its converters (24-bit/192kHz A/D and D/A ) while using only USB bus power provide as result clear sound and with significantly low levels of noise. The performance of the device is rated as Excellent in the RightMark Audio Analyzer test report with Noise level -96.4 dB (A), THD + Noise -88.4 dB (A) and IMD + Noise 0.0047%.

Audio Samples

All voice recordings are provided in 32 bit, 48 000 sample rate, mono files. They can be uncompressed WAV 32 float normalized type 4 or any other according the requirements and the agreement for delivery.

1. Zero Input and Output levels on the dbx® 286s Microphone Pre-amp Processor with 80Hz high-pass filter Off (60 seconds)

2. Plus 15 db on Input and zero on Output levels with 80Hz high-pass filter On (60 seconds) – default recoding setup

3. Dry voice recording on +15 db on Input and zero on Output levels with 80Hz high-pass filter On

4. Dry voice recording on +15 db on Input and zero on Output levels with 80Hz high-pass filter On and noise and some pop clicks removed – default delivery result

5. Ready to use voice on +15 db on Input and zero on Output levels with 80Hz high-pass filter On, noise and some pop clicks removed and some mastering with EQ plus compressor – recommended delivery result

6. Complete ad spot for radio broadcasting and Internet multimedia

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