I'm pleased to "announce" I'm doing voice tracking for Rory Heath and his "Country Barnyard Radio."
They are located in Somersworth, New Hampshire and hopefully this South Carolina bumpkin will fit in. I will be doing a 5 night a week program.
Looking forward to being part of the air schedule.
One type of Voice Tracking is to provide smaller-market radio stations with a polished, "big city" sound using experienced disc jockeys from larger cities who can produce content quicker than younger or less-experienced (often local) talent.
Voice-tracking refers to the process of a disc jockey prerecording his or her on-air "patter." It is then combined with songs, commercials, and other elements in order to produce a product sounding like a live air shift.
Voice-tracking has become common on many music radio stations, particularly during evening, overnight, weekend, and holiday time periods. Most radio station owners consider it an economical alternative to employing live disc jockeys around the clock
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