Voice Over Recording

Any voice overs can be professionally done by making use of Cosher Recording Studios’ vocal booth, and vocal microphones. The vocals can be recorded completely dry to be mixed elsewhere, or they can be mixed according to what is needed. The recording process is made easy by the talkback system which allows anyone in the control room to speak to the voice over artist, as well as the sound proof glass window which allows eye contact. Voice over artists can also be supplied by the studio if the client doesn’t have someone in mind already.


Dubbing, mixing, or re-recording is a post-production process used in filmmaking and video production in which additional or supplementary recordings are “mixed” with original production sound to create the finished soundtrack. This, for example, is the process in which the original actors re-record and synchronise audio segments because the original quality was not good enough for whatever reason. This could also be used to replace rude language or  translate everything into a new language.

Final mix

When all the audio files are in place, final mix puts all the sounds in the right place in the mix. This is done by a sound engineer and will then be mastered to a level needed by the client at Cosher Recording Studios, Cape Town.

Sound Design

The studio can produce any sound effects that need to  sync to any picture or idea in a video or script. This could be anything from a “whoosh” effect to a car engine, or even applause