Yesterday, I reassembled my voice studio (post-Harvey) and I’m back in business. Frankly, I don’t think it has ever sounded better. (My video studio, used for film auditions, was less laborious to reassemble, but that’s up, too.)
My primary mic is an MP47 MKII vacuum tube condenser microphone made in Nashville by Gene Lawson. I put that through a Millenia TD-1 Class A Recording Channel, then through a secret vintage analog component, finally into a Fireface UC 36-Channel, 24-Bit/192kHz USB High Speed Audio interface.
Within an hour of setting up, I had surprise followed upon by surprise: two commercial scripts requesting auditions, one for a major league sports organization. So, whereas a week prior I thought I might be out of the game for weeks, here I am back in.