Jan. 31, 2022

Should a client control whats in your chain/rack?

Should a client control whats in your chain/rack?

We have heard a few horror stories recently of clients insisting that voice-over artists have a particular piece of gear/software in their studio, regardless of whether or not it is necessary.  Should a client dictate what you have in your room?...


We have heard a few horror stories recently of clients insisting that voice-over artists have a particular piece of gear/software in their studio, regardless of whether or not it is necessary. 

Should a client dictate what you have in your room? Where do you draw the line? 

We get into the nitty-gritty and tell a few tales along the way!

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