Julie Williams

New Webinar: Creating The Perfect Studio For YOUR Needs!

I’m running another fundraising webinar in support of the Bob Deyan ALS Nurses Fund and the HEAR Now Festival.. This one is called The PERFECT Studio to Fit YOUR Needs. It’s on Thursday, December 17th, starting at 6p.m. Pacific / 9p.m. Eastern. If you can’t make the time, every registrant for the webinar will receive […]

VoiceOver Industry News


Faffcamp II: Educational, Inspirational, Motivational

My first "Faff" event was a fabulous experience. More than 150 "faffers" converged on San Antonio, Texas in mid-March, combining business with … [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


How To Bid An Audiobook

No matter how much you want to voice a particular audiobook project, it’s prudent to follow certain procedures in the bidding process—or you might find yourself working for free—or even losing money in the process. Audiobooks are notoriously low paying voice-over jobs. As many well known talents will tell you, you’ve got to love storytelling or … [Read More...]


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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...]