NEW YORK, Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The voice over industry has many ins and outs, so whether you are new to the business or have been working in VO since the time of 8-tracks, it's always smart to hear what's going on with other people in the voice over world.
For this reason, the production team at Edge Studio, a top rated voice over recording and production studio, launched a voice over production blog. It is aptly titled "TalkBack" and provides entertaining anecdotes and helpful hints about voice over production jobs. The production blog will give insight on how to run a successful session as well as firsthand accounts of unique studio experiences.
Edge Studio has definitely had interesting voice over recording sessions. With clients all over the world, their production team has had to navigate language barriers and cultural differences. Add that to the vast variety of projects they excel in and their general good nature and you get some wonderful stories.
"'TalkBack' promises to be a great forum for anyone who has been in a voice over recording booth or has directed someone inside one," says David Goldberg, founder of Edge Studio, based in their New York City flagship location. "Plus the articles are written in a really fun style – they're candid yet humorous – readers will feel like they're with us at the studio!"
Goldberg states, "There are lots of blogs in the industry. Some are terrific too. But none provide the 'like you were here, laughing with us, or feeling the tension with us' feel that 'TalkBack' does. Every day we think, 'Now we've really seen it all.' Yet the next day comes and we see something else. 'TalkBack' is an opportunity for others to see what really goes on in recording studios."
Full press release available here: http://www.edgestudio.com/press-releases/2011/09/new-voice-over-blog-edge-studio-provides-voice-over-advice-humor-and-anecdote
About Edge Studio:
Edge Studio specializes in production of voice recordings, and voice over training of new and established voice actors, narrators and other spoken-word performers. Edge Studio facilities have produced or recorded more than 13,000 voiceover projects, spanning all genres.
Edge Studio has facilities in New York City, Connecticut, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles, and regularly produces and trains remotely via telephone, ISDN, Internet, Skype, and other technologies.
SOURCE Edge Studio