Julie Williams

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Sound Advice: Encyclopedia Of Voice-Over

A Product Review by Julie Williams I acquired the Sound Advice Encyclopedia of Voice-Over during a recent trip to Los Angeles to network with dozens of industry professionals. I began reading the book on the way home. I was blown away. After all… in my 37 years as a professional VO talent, what could this […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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AudioFile Exposes Narrators to Producers

AudioFile Magazine is the largest source of professional audiobook reviews in the world with over 34,000 titles reviewed. They also provide … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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Headphones or Studio Monitors — Part 3

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series I discussed the benefits of using headphones or studio monitors. Now let's look at some recommendations: My general recommendation is check your recording from top to bottom in headphones for background noises that might have gotten into the microphone and mark anyplace that needs to be re-recorded. Once you’ve … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

Food For Thought: Take A Break!

When was the last time you went to a movie in the middle of a work week, in the middle of the day, for no other reason than you simply wanted to? Wow! THAT long ago? Now, if you work for someone else, doing something like this could cause you some problems. But it you are self-employed (as most of us are), it might be something to consider. … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

Works For Me: Barbara Rosenblat Audiobook Seminar On .mp3

I recently picked up a copy of Barbara Rosenblat's "How To Become An Audiobook Narrator," an .mp3 seminar, distributed by Dan O'Day. For those of you who don't know anything about Barbara Rosenblat, she's voiced more than 400 audiobooks, has earned eight Audie Awards, and is an accomplished actress besides. This 2 hour 20 minute seminar is … [Read More...]