Julie Williams

Voiceover Insider Podcast #36 with James Alburger

The VoiceOver Insider Podcast has launched Episode #36. Julie Williams Julie talks with James Alburger who has been an “audio guy” since he was 12 years old when he taught himself to edit music with a grease pencil, scissors, and Scotch tape. Jamese now works as a professional voiceover artist, and in creative audio/video services.  […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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VO Workshop to Cruise The Caribbean

Two of my favorite things are voice-over and cruises. So it’s time for another VO Workshop Cruise! We’ll be heading to the Western Caribbean on April … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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A Temporary Sound Booth Setup

I mentioned during my Mac Minute in Julie's podcast interview with Jack de Golia that I recently put together a temporary sound booth that can be easily moved from location to location. (We sold our house, and are doing a series of house-sitting gigs while we look for a new home. The setup is pretty simple. As a frame I'm using a set of "light … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

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Mouth Noise: A Report From The Trenches

By Brice Weatherill “What’s all this?” asked my wife, eyeing the collection of shopping bags suspiciously. “You know how I’ve been saying that I was getting a lot of mouth noise when I’m narrating my audiobooks?” “Yeah...?” “Well, what I’ve got here is going to solve that problem!” “Wow, it looks like a lot of stuff,” she replied, hefting … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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VoiceOver Success Doesn’t Happen by Accident

One question Quiz.  Which is true? a)     “You have all your fingers. You should be a concert pianist!” b)     “You have a great voice. You should do voice-overs!” c)     “You’ve got a very steady hand. You should be a brain surgeon!” d)     None of the above The answer, of course, is D.  But if you chose B, we are not mocking you. … [Read More...]