If it's too noisy, just drive somewhere quiet!

Sure, you could wrap yourself in mover's blankets, build a cardboard voiceover box, or coat the walls in expensive acoustic tile – or you could just record your voiceover in your car.

 

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You might have seen the previous episodes on how to echo-proof your voiceovers. But there is one voiceover environment that might just be the easiest and most accessible of all: the inside of your car.

Your car is great because it's small, and it's full of absorbent materials. And if there's too much background noise, you can just drive somewhere else.

Let's see how it compares to the other voiceover solutions we've covered so far.

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Next time you need to record a voiceover, try it out! And if you'd like to receive more video tips like this one, we'd love it if you'd sign up for our newsletter! That's all for now. Thanks for watching!

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