Marlene's Page of Resources for Voice Actors
Ten No Nonsense Steps to Becoming an Audiobook Recording Artist is the book I wrote after starting my voice acting career and receiving my first gig in just one week. In this book I share the notes I wrote during my learning process. What I learned helped me become successful. I hope the notes I share will help other voice actors become successful too.
Foods to Avoid Before Going Into the Recording Studio
Read about the foods that can sabotage a recording session in the article titled, "Voice Artists Don't Eat Polish Sausages - Foods to Avoid Before Going Into the Recording Studio," by Marlene Bertrand
Voiceover Recording Sign
Multi-Color LED Voice Over Recording
Sign with Remote Control
This decorative sign lets everyone know you are in your recording studio.
Helpful Equipment for Voice Actors
Being successful in the voice acting field means a lot of hard work and dedication to your craft. Having a home studio in which to practice and record is important. In my search for the best products, I consulted with veteran voice actor professionals, instructors and mentors. I discovered some powerful tools that help you be the best you can be as a voice acting professional.
Note: I purchased and currently use all of the audio recording equipment advertised on this page. I am very pleased with their performance. When you purchase these products by clicking from this page, the merchant will share a small portion of their proceeds with me - at no cost to you. Thank you in advance for your support.
Other equipment that I use, however not required except to obtain additional professional set-up and sound quality.