Posts Tagged ‘Voice-over Industry’

Old Radio Guys

Full confession: I love old radio guys. Not the way Siegfried loves Roy but with great affection, none the less. I’m talking about the DJs who worked the air waves during the heyday of rock radio. By heyday, I’m thinking roughly Sgt. Pepper to Born In The U.S.A. I find their stories are so unique […]

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Classic Videos: Guilty!

Voice Talent/Actor Paul Kinney has a chat with law enforcement officials about the various crimes he’s committing in the voice booth. Guilty PJK from Paul Kinney on Vimeo.

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Recipes for Recording

Occasionally, we plan to open up this blog to guests. This is one of those times. Here’s Lori Wilson, from the PN Agency roster, to discuss her personal food and drink prep before voice sessions. Over to you Lori… One of my most memorable sessions as a voice over actress occurred early on in my […]

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Social Networks

Just a quick post about the concept of networking and drinking with fellow voice talents. It’s a concept I fully support by the way. The folks at voices.com just held their VoiceWorld Toronto conference this weekend where a number of speakers and coaches from the voice over industry (presumably) waxed poetic about all things voice. […]

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Apologies From An Agent

I expect to utter some or all of these apologies in the next week or two so why not get them all out of the way at once: -Yes, I did get your demo. I know you’ve been waiting to hear from me. I’m sorry it’s taken so long but I like to take my […]

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Canadian Voice Over News

The lovely and talented Sunday Muse is holding a voice workshop for teens and adults on April 8th. Sunday is known for her animation coaching, usually specializing in workshops for kids. I recommend keeping an eye on her site for this and other workshops: http://greatbigvoices.com/teens-adults/toronto-workshops/ Another talented Toronto voice coach is Tracey Hoyt who runs […]

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