In our last blog, Audio Book Recording Basics: What to Look for in a Studio, I continued my interview with CC Hogan on how to choose a recording studio. But what if you do not have a budget that allows you to rent a professional studio? In this blog, CC will tell us how he set up his own home studio, using the knowledge that he gained in his 35 years as a professional sound engineer.
Authors sometimes wish to narrate their own audio books, as this may assist in successfully marketing them..…But how do you know whether you have the right voice to narrate your audio book? I am pleased to share a recent interview with CC Hogan. CC has over 35 years’ experience in sound engineering and producing/directing for both music and dry voice with internationally known musical and voice talent. He authors and narrates his own audio books. He has coached many experienced actors in the art of voicing acting, using some of the same techniques he will share with us in this blog.