When I first started getting serious about voiceover, I had no idea where I would fit in. I come from a sportscasting background so I figured, at the very least, I’d snatch up those gigs in the voiceover realm. Nope! I don’t always crack the code for what those clients are looking for, which is…

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I think I’m guilty of listening to voiceover start-up gurus a few too many years into my career. Yes, the most important part of your sound is your space. Get yourself going in the right direction with that first. But I think I held off on my purchase of the Sennheiser MKH-416 Short Shotgun Microphone…

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  As we reach the 12 month mark of this semi-isolated world of ours, this project reminds me of the need to adapt in any environment or situation. I wondered, at the onset, if all the work would dry up or what I could do to grow the business. I leaned into finding the right…

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Finding the right voice for voiceover is an ongoing process. It varies with project type and client sensibility. A read that sounds “real and nuanced” to one ear can come across as “flat” to another. A read that sounds “dynamic” to some, can be “announcer-y” and “contrived” to someone else. The best way to bridge…

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Parenting was hard before everything changed in the middle of March. Now, my wife and I are trying to teach a 4 year old at home while balancing three full time jobs. She is able to work from home full-time and I do radio in the morning and voiceover through the rest of the day…

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This week, I’m reminded of one of the most critical elements of voice acting: Time. I have to manage my time carefully. I could spend all day auditioning and lose ground in my marketing and client management goals. That’s one aspect of time in this business. The other is more specific to the job itself.…

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