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I'm trying to get a toe in the door through to the arena of voice-acting. The equipment at home (at present, are strictly entry-level).
- Yeti Microphone
The process I follow to narrate any sample script is as follows
- Record as WAV
- Strip noise using Audacity
- Convert to mp3@320k
The mp3 then accompanies the bid as a demo to the client who has asked for a high-quality recording. The system has an upper limit of a few MB for the bid-process.
What constitutes 'high-quality' audio? Codec? Bit-rate? Noise-floor?