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My
studio

Crisp, clean audio brought to you from a shipping-container-sized booth in my kitchen in London.

If I'm awake and not on set, there is a high likelihood you'll find me in my voice lair. I've spared no expense putting together a home studio that churns out crisp, clean, professional audio for any and all types of voiceover. My studio consists of:

 

  • A Sennheiser MKH-416 shotgun microphone,

  • A Neumann U87 AI condenser microphone,

  • The Grace Design M103 preamp,

  • A Prism Lyra 1 interface,

  • Audio Technica ATH-M50x headphones, and

  • A custom built PC.

 

Need to do a live session? No problemo! I can do live sessions via Zoom, Phone Patch, Google Meets, or Source Connect, and am happy to give any other systems a go too.

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WHAT CLIENTS SAY...

So here the deal: Natasha is the Ferrari of voiceover artists. Recently we had her plugged in as our VO artist and the client wanted to use someone much worse. The editor said: it’s like switching from a Ferrari to a used Toyota. If you like things being slow, bad, and inefficient, don’t use Natasha. If you love a seamless experience and (often) a one take — you might want to use Natasha. 

~ Justin Andrews, Co-founder of Animus Studios

~ Tiny Lion for Dolby Sound

Narrative

Narrative
Animation

Animation & gaming

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