One of the good things from the pandemic? Directed remote voiceover sessions through Zoom.
Zoom enables me to connect with my audio interface during a session so that clients hear what my DAW records and give me direct feedback. For those not in the know: a DAW is a “digital audio workstation” or the software used to record and edit audio.
Before everyone knew how to use Zoom, most remote directed sessions were conducted via telephone which has its limitations.
SourceConnect is still the gold standard of remote sessions – it allows a client to record you directly, but a Zoom session is a great alternative for clients that don’t have SourceConnect.