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Before we get started, I would like to mention a little about your recording environment. Be sure to get a good microphone for your voice recording. In my home studio, I am used the Blue Snowball. There are a lot of choices, and one of them will be right for you. Find a quiet room, and if possible, hang cloths or drapes on the wall to absorb some of the sound. Towels work well, too. Also, remove loose items from your workspace so that your hands won't hit them and make noise when you're moving your mouse. Take some time setting up your recording environment; you will be glad you did.
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