Tuesday, December 1, 2015
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Ken Theriot on Audio

Video Marketing Expert Series with Ken Theriot

Creating High Quality Audio for your Videos

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Ken Theriot on Audio Production

Ken Theriot on Audio Production

Our webinar series has touched on all aspects of video marketing, but today we are talking about one of the most important features that can make or break your videos – Audio.  Ken is the co-founder of Home Brew Audio and an absolute expert on how to create studio quality sound at home with basic PC equipment.

Ken Theriot is a musician, recording engineer, and voice-over actor.  He runs a music label he started 15 years ago called Raven Boy Music.  The produce “folk music for the current middle ages,” which is a fancy way of saying “modern sounding pop-folk music for the renaissance faire crowd and other medieval re-enactor groups, like the SCA.  He has engineered and produced 15 CDs for 5 different artists with RBM.  Ken’s latest CD is called Human History and has made quite a splash both in and out of the re-enactor world.  The songs “Agincourt” and “Band of Brothers were both certifed top 10 internet radio charters.  As a voice-over actor he has done a wide variety of work, including both voicing and producing all of the 3rd-party GPS replacement voices for PIGTones.com.  He provided the voices of Stewie Griffin, Peter Griffin, Yoda, the Devil, and a few others for PIGTones.  For all the other voices, he sources, produces and packages them for PIGTones.  Ken’s voice can also be heard on any number of e-learning and corporate training programs around the world.  Most recently Ken and Dale Hensel (co-owner of PIGTones) launched an internet business called Home Brew Audio, designed to teach and foster home audio recording through video tutorials, articles, posts, podcasts, and access to royalty-free music, audio loops, and other audio-related resources.  The site can be found at www.homebrewaudio.com.

So definitely check this one out!

Don’t forget about your Audio (the most important part) when you make your videos.

Thanks Ken!