I get asked a lot, "Hey Tony, what gear do you use?" "What mic was that?" "How did you get that sound?" "What's the best way to make bruschetta?" The last one is easy, simple, fresh ingredients and don't toast the bread too much.
If I could, my voice over studio would be a rotating door of audio gear. Yup, I'm a bit of gear-head. After years of working in live event production and the creative industry, you get pretty accustomed to being at the mercy of gear. New stuff comes out all the time! I almost can't keep up. Actually, I CAN'T keep up!!! But at my core I am a creative-production-media guy.
Voice Over Recording is a very specialized form of audio production. Luckily, over the years, I've worked in the creative space as an editor/engineer/director/producer/techie/figure-it-out-guy. All that experience has given me a lot of knowledge of what to put in a voice over studio. But just like good bruschetta, I keep it simple. A great mic (or 2 or 3), a nice preamp, and a dead quiet room. That gives you broadcast quality, professional voice recording every time!