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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The Bob Deyan ALS Nurse Fund Launches

There was a huge turnout at the Deyan Audio Northridge studios atwhat would have been Bob Deyan's 57th birthday party. (Bob succumbed last year to … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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Using Reaper for Punch and Roll

Recently the question was asked in the very informative Twisted Wave user group on Facebook how to use the Reaper software program (http://www.reaper.fm/) for producing punch-and-roll audio files. If you're not familiar with punch-and-roll, it's essentially a method often used in long-form reads (corporate narration or audiobooks) that lets the … [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...]

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...]