Julie Williams

Voiceover Insider Podcast #46: 5 Questions Newbies Should NOT Be Asking

The VoiceOver Insider Podcast has launched Episode #46. In this episode, Julie Williams talks with Joe J Thomas, a voice actor in Los Angeles. They discuss the top 5 questions that newbie VO talent often ask—that are irrelevant— and what they should be asking, instead! Joe voices games, animation, anime, and dubbing. If you’ve played […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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The Bob Deyan ALS Nurse Fund Launches

There was a huge turnout at the Deyan Audio Northridge studios atwhat would have been Bob Deyan's 57th birthday party. (Bob succumbed last year to … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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Voice Over Self Direction App Introduced

Close on the heels of Pat Fraley's webinar on the importance of self-direction for the voiceover artist (see The Art of Self Direction comes an app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch: Voice Over Self Direction. The app was designed by long-time voiceover casting director and VO coach Mary Lynn Wissner of Voices Voicecasting. For more than 25 … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

ADR: Creating Emotional Realism in the Soundtrack—Part 1

by Christopher M. Allport The sound of the human voice is capable of evoking more emotion and feeling than any other sense. Automated Dialogue Replacement, otherwise known as ADR or “looping,” is a vital post-production soundtrack technique that provides a massive sense of emotional realism for television and film audiences. For some … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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Voice Over Is LIke Online Dating

By September Day Carter In most industries, there’s a position to be filled, a job summary is released, resumes are submitted, interviews happen, the position is filled with a few years stability. Unless you joined Merrill Lynch in 2006. Then, you were screwed. But, hey, do you have a nice voice? Great! Read on. In voice over, there are … [Read More...]