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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Voice Over Self Direction App Introduced

Close on the heels of Pat Fraley's webinar on the importance of self-direction for the voiceover artist (see The Art of Self Direction comes an app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch: Voice Over Self Direction. The app was designed by long-time voiceover casting director and VO coach Mary Lynn Wissner of Voices Voicecasting. For more than 25 … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

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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...]

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...]