Two Tools For Better Voice Overs

Two Tools For Better Voice Overs

Have you ever received a script from a client, read it over, and honestly thought to yourself that any number of a half dozen reads could potentially work? Maybe you’ve even done a few dry reads for yourself and thought none of them sounded bad! In a perfect world every script would come with completely […]

One Thing You Can Control In Voiceover

One Thing You Can Control In Voiceover

Remember your first day in a new school? You felt like a lone fish in a very vast and expansive sea. While you navigated your way through this new territory, searching for your locker, trying to find the correct classroom, getting lost in search of the bathroom, all you really wanted is a friend.

A Tip For Voice Seekers

A Tip For Voice Seekers

One of the features on Pay to Play sites allows Voice Seekers to select how many auditions they’d like to receive. If you’ve used these sites before then you’re aware of this. If you’re considering using a site like Voices.com or Voice123.com to find a Voice Talent then it’s something you should be aware of.

The Unrehearsed Voiceover

The Unrehearsed Voiceover

The first time I recorded a radio commercial I was working in radio. I walked into the booth, sat down in front of the microphone, put the gargantuan headset on, and waited for the cue from the producer. Then I threw up.

Voiceover Turnaround

Voiceover Turnaround

When I call a customer support line there is usually only one thing I want to hear. A human. I don’t want to hear a robot or a computer voice or some form of piano music that sounds as though it’s being piped into the system from the 70’s. I just want to talk to […]