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  • 4 Wardrobe Tips for the Recording Studio

    So you’ve booked a voiceover gig. What’s next? After you’ve popped the date, time, and studio location into your calendar, the next item on your agenda should be preparing for your recording session.
    Coming from an on-camera or stage background, you’ll find it refreshing to know that what you look like doesn’t matter nearly as much as how you sound when you step into the booth at a recording studio. In this facet of the business, it’s all about your voice and how you use it. 
    One of the most common things I hear actors say is that they love the fact that they don’t have to get up at the crack of dawn to get their makeup, hair, and wardrobe done. While that’s both wonderful and true, there are a number of factors stage and film actors need to take into consideration when recording voiceovers, whether the setting is a professional recording studio or an area dedicated to audio recording at home.
    Did you know that what you wear can make or break your in-studio performance? For instance, jewelry makes noise. Perfume can cause an allergic reaction or compromise your ability to breathe, and as a result, perform at optimum levels. Things that seem inconsequential at first blush can

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