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 ISDN for narraition work? Necessary?
 
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UglyJoe



Joined: 14 Nov 2009
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 5:53 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Hi,

Simple question:

I training to do narration work work. Would like to narrate documentaries, science topics, or short stories (short of full length audio book work).

My question is regarding the execution of such projects. I have my own high quality studio in a semi-remote section of Northern California, so traveling to another studio for work is pretty much unnecessary and otherwise out of the question. However I do also manage a set of Internet servers so sound file transfer via the web (HTTP or FTP) will come as a natural offering.

Finally, my question:
Due to the typical length of a narration script, I don't imagine that ISDN is used, or even a phone patch for that matter. Or is it? Seems like the VO artist would receive a script via email or fax and then return a (dry) sound file, or series of them, with client suggested refinement runs commencing after the first round.

Yes? No? Maybe so?

Thanks much!
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