I am a 25 year old male student of classical song currently working on my BA. I have four years of formal actors training and two years of VA experience here on moddb. As I'm always on the lookout for more experience and material for my portfolio, I'm hunting for roles here on moddb, so if you're a development team looking for a voice actor, give me a beep and I'll provide material for your evaluation if I'm not already occupied.
Posted by DragonNOR on Jul 19th, 2012
A few months ago, me and my girlfriend decided that we needed a change of scenery. There were several reasons why we wanted to leave the old apartment, but the biggest reason why was because we were tempted into renting a new apartment a ways outside of the capital for basically the same rent, but twice as large and twice as new!
The moving out of the old and into the new process was all bliss until I started wondering where I would place my recording gear. The obvious choice would be the 'Office', a room about as large as my first apartment (12 m^2 wooo) and the only room with a direct internet connection outlet.
As I walked around the apartment, testing the accoustics however, it turned out there was a very noticable 'room echo' in all of the rooms. And no matter how many layers of cloth I piled on top of whatever I could in the office did anything to dampen the echo and give me the nice dry sound that I wanted.
After recording clips for two different projects and listening to them afterwards, I found that the buzz I recieved on the recordings was too big of a deal to simply ignore.
Because of this I decided to invest in some new recording gear. Meet the sE Reflexion Filter:
Damn it popfilter you tard! Stop hogging the attention!
This image is not of my own rig, but it was the closest I could find online to my own, after my computer started treating my smartphone as a foreign object. The large screen in the background is the filter, not the one in front.
Looking forward to getting me some crisp nice recordings with this new baby :D