We strongly suggest that you have a home studio to audition. Most Clients will expect you to be able to record professional, high-quality audio from your home studio.
If you are building a home studio, our first recommendation is to do it in a soundproof room (no worries, a walk-in closet will work perfectly!). You will also need some basic equipment:
- Microphone with USB connection
- Pop filter
- Recording and editing software
an excellent resource to consult for advice on putting your studio together is the Voice Over Guide.
Clients will take into account the audio quality as well as your voice when listening to your auditions so give yourself every advantage by making this as high quality as possible.
In some cases, Clients may request local talents to record in their studio, but this rarely happens in today's world of online casting.