Julie Williams

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Podcast with Celia Siegel of Celia Siegel Management

This is the second in a series of VoiceOver Insider podcasts: short visits with voice talents and other professionals in the wide world of voiceover. Each podcast will be in the range of 10 to 15 minutes in length. If you have an idea of someone you would like to hear, or suggested questions, e-mail […]

VoiceOver Industry News

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Bob Deyan Loses Battle With ALS

It is with profound sadness that I announce that Bob Deyan lost his battle to ALS, this morning.  Bob was truly a pillar in the audiobook community, … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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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

ADR: Creating Emotional Realism in the Soundtrack—Part 2

by Christopher M. Allport (click here for Part 1 of ADR—Creating Emotional Realism in the Soundtrack) There are two main modes of ADR: 1) principal dialogue replacement cues [voice replacement]; and 2) general group walla cues [which may include pass-bys, call-outs and vocal texture]. As the soundtrack carries the story’s emotion, the … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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Commercial Voices — A Different Approach To Online Casting

It’s no secret that online casting has changed the way voiceover talent audition for jobs, are listened to by casting directors, and are selected for projects. You may only have heard about a couple of online casting services, but there are in fact dozens of them on the Internet, some of which work in very specific niche areas.

One of the earliest … [Read More...]