"Portable Recording Studio" Jessica McLeod-Yu, rocket child

How To Make a Portable RECORDING BOOTH – Studio VLOG

I’ve been recording my own music and dialogue for years to go with my animations and videos. However, it’s always such a hastle getting all my equipment out and prepared, especially if I have to travel. This last year I decided to come up with a solution and build a PORTABLE MUSIC STUDIO inside of a briefcase. It’s a cheap, lightweight and professional way to record dialogue, music and sounds on the go, especially if I have to visit clients or friends. I’ve already tried it (as demonstrated in the video), and it works really well and takes away the hustle of setting up random bits of equipment.

It’s still a bit difficult to focus on performing, and recording documentary footage, which is why the guitar video bits don’t sync up. However, I have discovered the wonders of Adobe Character Animator and making my own character avatar, which has allowed me to playfully express myself, without having to be directly. I think it’s pretty cool.

(For those who wonder what I sound like singing… now you know.)

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If you ever make your own recording project inspired by this, please link it down in the comments.

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“December 1, 2020” – Jessica McLeod-Yu

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I am an independent animator and artist. I graduated from the University of Newcastle, Australia, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) degree. I am also the Assistant Director of the Melbourne International Animation Festival. As a practicing artist, I specialise in drawing and 2D animation. However, I also have experience and the skills for painting, photography, installation, video art and editing, composing and recording music, fiction writing, sculpture, design and curating. Working at the animation festival, I have to opportunity to see the best new independent animations, meet and speak with many relevant animators, curate film screenings, organise and chair presentations and talks, and attend conferences and research trips. My Fine Arts background helps me understand the history of western art and how to analyse these films with a fair sense of judgment. View all posts by Rocket Child

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