Meet the Narrator
Nice to meet you! Well, I suppose we haven't met yet, but let's fix that. My name's Daniel. I'm a passionate reader, active thespian, dedicated rock climber, and lover of all things motorcycle.
My goal is to help you get your project right where you want it. I bring a wealth of knowledge, from my time as a voice actor, my classical operatic voice
training, and my time on the theatrical stage performing a variety of roles; my skills are at your disposal.
If you're not sure what you're looking for, request a Demo read for your project! You'll have the file back within one business day, with multiple takes to help you decide.
When you're looking for the perfect voice, it's always smart to be concerned about the space your voiceover artist records out of.
that the sound is crisp and that there are no fans within spitting distance of the mic. Nothing ruins audio like some good ol' fashioned fan-noise.
An audio engineer helped me to design an isolation booth that fit the needs of my customers. That way, any errant noise stays exactly where we all want it. Out the dang booth.
The acoustically treated booth ensures
Microphone: Rode NT1
The sound of this broadcast-quality microphone really makes my voice shine. I keep the NT1 on a boom arm so that I can stand up during recording, because, well, great posture is essential for a great read.
Audio Interface: Scarlett 2i2
It's important to keep it simple, and Scarlett makes a great product. The preamps are clean, and I do all my audio processing in my Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) so as not to tamper with the incoming audio.
I like to call it the Linux of Audio Workstations. It'll do anything the other guys are doing, but you have to know how to speak its language.
Headphones: V-Moda Crossfade 2
I'm a bit of an audiophile, and I just love the sound of these beautiful beasts. They ensure I hear everything on the track so I can clean up that audio just right.
Monitors: Adam Audio T5V
There's something about those ribbon tweeters. I could listen to them all day without getting tired. These monitors are optimized for small studios like mine, so I can replicate the feel of a bigger control room in my tiny space.