I don’t know who visits this blog, as not everyone leaves a comment. But it really is cool when someone with some marketing smarts and who shares a good resource drops by and leaves a comment which may benefit members of the voiceover community.
I’ve just learned of an interesting site, from a guy named Justin who recently left a comment here. It’s called RecordingQuestions.com , which is a member-based recording community on the internet.
A quick stroll through the site’s pages show, you can join up using any one of a number of open I.D.’s, This is a place to get together and exchange knowledge between experienced recording engineers and musicians. I didn’t see any voice peeps names I recognized. I imagine voiceover folks may be hanging about. A lot of voiceover folks with home studios or planning one might find it very useful!
Because this particular community is comprised mainly of recording engineers and musicians, before you dive in, and especially if you’re a novice, I’d suggest reading the FAQ’s
Below is some info I grabbed from this site:
About Recording Questions.com
Recording Questions.com is a free question and answer community for recording engineers, musicians, home enthusiasts, and anyone else anyone looking to record something.
Quick and Simple
It should be easy to find answers to your recording questions and you shouldn’t have to make your way through complicated forums and out-of-date blogs. We try to make it as simple as possible to search through the entire community.
Collect Experience and Get Awards
Why can’t being part of a community be fun? As you contribute useful answers and questions to the community you gain experience points and receive awards.
Everyone is here to learn and we hope to encourage a positive community experience for everyone. Remember, we’re here to help each other out.