I've had a home studio since entering the world of voice over over a decade ago, and it's taken many forms over the years. From a walk in closet, to an outfitted armoir, to a built-from-scratch booth with poor ventilation in a dingy NYC apartment building basement. But I've finally taken the plunge and upgraded to a state-of-the-art StudioBricks Booth. The new booth is significantly speeding up production time allowing me to take on many more
projects a month, and it's a dream come true!
But what good is a primo space without the right equipment to go with it? My StudioBricks (aka Betty Booth) is equipped with:
Blue Baby Bottle Large-diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Interface
2020 MacBook Air with Big Sur
Average -60 db Noise Floor