As everyone in the voice over business knows, you must have excellent audio quality to compete. I have spared no expense in making my home studio the best it can be. I walled off a closet in my basement to form a booth and padded it with sound proofing materials. I use a Neumann TLM 102 Mic, a PreSonus Studio Channel preamplifier, and an Audient ID 14 interface. I also work with a Hewlett Packard Pavillion 23 personal computer, and Adobe Audition 3.0 software, which I had installed by legendary sound engineer Roy Yokelson. The software includes numerous effects, should a client want a more processed sound. Roy also tested my audio quality to make sure it was top notch. And, I have Source-Connect Standard.