It seems odd that a microphone made for film and video location recording would find its way into the voice-over booth but it has. The Sennheiser 416 is popular on the West Coast but not so much in New York. One studio in the Dallas area uses it a lot and it is there where [...]Read More...
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- Voice Acting: Don't Run Away From Your Emotions, But Tap Them Wisely To Voice Scripts, by Paul Strikwerda June 21, 2013