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  • Sebastian Torres #4601531158
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    Hi, Rafael!

    I can hear a great improvement in between the samples, I think the second one, quality-wise would definitely be approved. 

     

    In terms of getting more jobs, it's just a question of working on everything you can like backup contests and speedies and hopefully you'll start to see more jobs coming your way. 

    Hope that helps,

    -Seb

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  • Juan Santiago Mendoza #1067143947
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    Hello, Rafael!

    I agree, the second sample has better acoustics. The prominent room echo from the first sample has improved considerably.
    I suggest you try recording a bit farther away from the mic. There is a boost in the low frequencies that is affecting the clarity of the voice.
    You could also play with an EQ to clean the audio, but it's always a good practice to strive for the best quality in the recording stage.

    Best,
    Juan!

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  • Permanently deleted user #1142179724
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    Thanks a lot both of you!

     

    Juan, I especially appreciate your comment about mic distance while recording. I think I was just hoping to accentuate bass for the read, but on the whole would like to not have to compensate like that.

     

    Cheers!

    farqfish

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  • Juan Santiago Mendoza #1067143947
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    Hi, Rafael!

    Yes, I know what you mean. Achieving a great recording requires experimentation and experience. With time, you'll trust your ears and you'll feel comfortable trying different set-ups. Look for that sweet spot where your voice sounds best.

     

    And most importantly, have fun! :)

    Best,

    Juan.

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