In the world of Covid19, recording auditions at home has largely replaced the in-studio audition. Casting directors are working closer than ever with talent agents whose roster includes voice talent
Earlier this year (when all the face mask fun began) I voiced a multimedia presentation from my studio. Just a straightforward read regarding Covid. No live session required, the agent
I was standing at the counter at a Baskin Robbins. Underneath the glass in the freezer, I looked at all the flavors sitting in their frozen cardboard tubs. The one
Besides making the major decision on how you are going to deliver the style, energy, tempo and inflection, I find the next biggest factor to consider when voicing an audition
Ahh…headphones. A radio jock’s close control room companion. AKG? Sennheiser? Sony? Audio-Technica? JBL? Koss? Over the years, I’ve used dozens of different headsets. And just like microphones, they all have
“Can you voice this spot kinda like HAL the computer from 2001?” I must’ve been given that as a reference point a hundred times in the studio, over the years.