Submitted by Devin Ramirez —Tip #1: Quality— First and for most, you must have quality music. Unless you want to be the next Slim Jesus or Rebecca Black, you should have quality music that is worth listening to. Not only should your music have good content, but it also needs to sound professional and catchy.
Category: Arts & Entertainment
To make a living, voice over talents used to have to physically go to gigs recorded in commercial production facilities. Now, gigs can come to them with in-home studios and through the Internet. But for many voice over talents, newbie and old pro alike, outfitting a home studio is technically baffling. So, how do you