Julie Williams


Voiceover Insider Podcast #24 with Anne Ganguzza

The VoiceOver Insider Podcast has launched Episode #24. Julie Williams talks with voiceover talent Anne Ganguzza who has embraced a lot of the technical aspects of working as a voiceover talent today.         You can listen to the episode using the player bar above, or subscribe to the VoiceOver Insider Podcast at […]

VoiceOver Industry News


The VoiceOver Insider Podcast Episode #7: Derek Chappell Discusses Using Social Media to Futher your VO Career

Derek Chappell has created an online "hub" of voiceover blogs and other information sources. He chats with Julie Williams about some of the social … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical


Sound Advice by Dan Friedman

Book Review by Gary MacFadden Dan Friedman has written an eminently useful book about setting up a home studio. And, as both a voiceover artist and a producer of voiceover work for going on 15 years, he’s got the bona fides.  I met Dan at the VO2013 in Atlanta in March 2013. We talked some about his book, and then I happened to sit in on a … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

Voiceover Training | Racks and Stacks or Priorities Out of Whack?

By Dan Friedman People new to voiceover are always asking me about effects stacks. For those of you who don’t know what effects stacks (or effects processors) do, or for those who don’t know what I’m even talking about, you are in luck. This article will help explain a couple of the most commonly used effects processors and will also help you … [Read More...]



Promote or Perish: the SOUND ADVICE Marketing Strategy You Likely Overlooked

By Kate McClanaghan, www.voiceoverinfo.com There’s really is no point in having a demo if no one knows you have one. And it stands to reason industry professionals are more likely to book you based on familiarity. This only comes about through repeated promotions. What marketing and PR professionals know that you might not is the simple fact … [Read More...]