I have a full compliment of equipment carefully chosen to suit my particular voice characteristics, with attention to quality sonic reproduction and the best overall result possible for the client. Mics and preamps feed the digital interface directly, eliminating any and all sonic degradation that can stem from USB bus conversion or analog mixer routing.


Primary Signal Path

This is my 'go-to' signal path that utilizes some of the finest audio equipment on the planet. The legendary John Hardy built my pre-amp...

U87ai Condenser by Neumann, Berlin, 1988

Here is my actual U87 in action on two iconic ad campaigns: The VO in Elizabeth Taylor's 'White Diamonds' TV spot, and the VO for the original X-Files movie in 1998, were both performed on the very microphone that now sits in my isolation booth. Not just the same model, but the actual mic. I acquired it from the voice talent featured in the two videos you can see below...

The Neumann sits in an M600 shock mount

Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun for imaging

John Hardy M-1 custom-built preamp

Legendary 6176 tube amplifier/FET compressor

Lynx L-22 Studio Sound Card

World-renowned 'Pauly' pop filter

Yamaha HS50M Reference Monitors


"Even when I am away, I can record to meet your needs..."

VO1-A condenser by Harlan Hogan and MXL

RE20 dynamic mic for broadcast

H4N Digital Field Recorder & Preamp

Adobe 1.5 Audition software

Lenovo Thinkpad (IBM) Intel Core i7 2.90 GHz 8 GB RAM, 2013

I also stock...


Shure SM7B dynamic *

audio-technica ATM 75 condenser headset mic

Dual-screen pop filters by Middle Atlantic

* This is the model used by Michael Jackson to record his iconic 'Thriller' album...

Additional Outboard gear


Edirol UA-4FX interface by Roland


Broadcast Host patch by JK Audio

Signature studio headphones by Harlan Hogan

Ancient pair of MK IV monitoring headphones by Scintrex that make my ears bleed but their definition is outstanding and I can't bear to part with them...

Adobe 1.5 Professional editing software