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The Audient iD22 – the Voiceover’s interface

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After much deliberation over the merits of various audio interfaces, I recently invested in an Audient iD22. I’m delighted that I did. For voiceover, the most important considerations are the professionalism of the microphone pre-amps, and the fidelity of the Analogue to Digital conversion. In music production a great deal

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Rich Cope Voiceover Web Video Showreel

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Click here to watch a selection of clips from web videos recently voiced by me…  

New Rich Cope Voiceover Commercial Voicereel

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  Take a listen to my latest Commercials Voicereel!

The Portable Voiceover Studio – recording on a USB mic and tablet

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  I love simple things that just work (make up your own jokes). So I’m pleased to have found a portable voiceover recording set-up that is simple, compact and sounds professional. I already had a Google Nexus tablet, and with the addition of the brilliant Audio Evolution Mobile digital audio

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Imaging Production

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Production is my roots, it’s in my blood. So it was an exciting opportunity to work on production of two different radio station imaging packages in January! A sound of the station refresh for Tameside Radio, and a teaser package for Artist Controlled Radio’s new brand partnership with W.H.Y. You

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Family Pet Show radio and online video ads

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Family Pet Show ads Here’s a nice video-based online ad for the forthcoming Family Pet Show in Manchester, as voiced by me this week. Beautifully made by Damian at Redolution https://vimeo.com/105274910  

New Southport Pleasureland TV ad!

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New Southport Pleasureland TV ad July saw me in hyper mode to voice Southport Pleasureland’s new TV ad. Watch it here… https://vimeo.com/101013047

IP DTL ON TEST

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IP DTL ON TEST There’s a lot of buzz around the new IP DTL system in the voiceover and audio/radio production community at the moment, and justifiably so! The prospect of replacing ageing and costly ISDN lines and codecs with a good-sounding, easy-to-use new standard over IP is very appealing.

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WET OR DRY? HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR PROCESSING?

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HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR PROCESSING? When recording in my studio, the Neumann TLM 102 microphone and Focusrite ISA One pre-amp deliver a smooth, natural, well-balanced sound. That’s exactly what I’ll deliver to you via FTP transfer, in 24-bit fullness… as fresh as if it were recorded right next to

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DIRECTING VOICE SESSIONS OVER SKYPE

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CAN SKYPE ACT AS A VIABLE, LOW-COST ALTERNATIVE TO ISDN? Well. yes and no. I regularly connect to record voiceover sessions with one of my biggest clients via Skype – and as a tool for giving direction and monitoring performances it works well. The sound quality isn’t good enough for

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