Well the month of May is upon us and if you are like me, summer travel is on the horizon. I have several trips ahead…Tulum and Croatia. One is for a friends birthday and the other is a bucket list item that I have been wanting to accomplish. I get a lot about how I travel and work. How do I record? Where? What is my set up like? One of the reasons I love voice over so much is that as long as there is a STRONG internet connection, you are able to travel with your equipment (yes, you will most likely have to check a bag), and you have invested in computer programs and a good travel set up, most studios won’t even know that you are on the road and not in your home studio. I have recorded in Ireland, on a boat in Tahiti, Australia, Bali. Iceland, and even in conference rooms in airport hotels. The only way I have been able to travel the way I do is because I have invested pretty extensively in a travel voice over kit. A sound dampening sound booth, preamp that travels well, my lap top, computer programs like Source Connect and Phone Patch, my iPad for scripts and a good microphone (I travel with my Sennheiser 416), are what round out my travel kit. It’s a game changer if you want to travel and work. Definitely worth the investment.
If you want to know more about my travel set up and how you can also travel and work, contact me and we can set up a consultation so you can learn all the ins and outs of what’s needed to succeed!