At the beginning of your VO career, it can be hard to swallow the fact that you may have to shell out considerable money for studio equipment, before you even know if you'll be profitable as a voice-over talent. In this post, we'll take a look at a very low budget recording setup, that costs less than $300 ($277 to be exact), and the results we can achieve with it, including audio examples, as well as highlight the most important factors that determine the quality of the audio you produce from your studio.
Every Voice-Over audition you do has a number of different elements that contribute to its strength, as well as its potential to land you the job. By knowing which of these elements are most important to those casting the project, you can make sure you focus your energy on the areas of your audition that matter the most. Let's take a look at the 5 main components of a Voice-Over Audition, in order of importance from most to least, as well as how to optimize each one.