Do You Want To Sound Like A Pro?


Awesome!  Then you are in the right place.

If you want your voice to sound fabulous when you do podcasts or webinars YouTube videos or Skype chats - you're in the right place.

If you are a musician wanting record your own demos, auditions or your own CD - you're in the right place.

If you are a voice-over artist/actor or want to become one of those folks who do commercials, audio books, video narrations, etc - yeah, you knew already - you're in the right place!

Listen to these samples to hear what is possible on a modest home studio!


All that was recorded with just a microphone, an interface, a regular PC and some software.

See If You Can Tell The Difference!

Listen to the following two audio samples. One came from a well-meaning colleague who used a $500 microphone. The other was recorded with a $5.00 plastic pc microphone. Which is which?

Neither one is "yippedy-doo-dah" fabulous, and one of them is downright bad. Even if you couldn't tell the difference, what does that tell you? One of these was recorded with a mic that was 100 times more expensive! If you're curious about which was which, the first one (about GPS drawing) was the one recorded on the $500 mic. The second one was recorded with a $5.00 plastic pc mic.

We post articles here daily to help you sound more professional.  Then there is our home recording video tutorial course The Newbies Guide To Audio Recording Awesomeness, which will start you with zero experience with zero gear (you may need to buy a $5 pc mic) and guide you through making your first recordings in about 30 minutes.  Get the first lesson free by sending us your e-mail in the form over there on the right. 

Then when you're ready to make the jump to a more professional set-up (combined cost of gear and software is still only a bit over $100), the Newbies Guide To Audio Recording Awesomeness 2: Pro Recording With Reaper, will show you some some ninja recording tricks, tons tips for voice-over recording, how to be a 1-person band, and give you an intro to MIDI and virtual instruments - all using the awesome (and awesomely-priced) software called Reaper.