Rachel can record at her home studio or at your choice of a studio in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Rachel has experience as an insurance agent and medical librarian. She also has a degree in communications. Because of this background, people often come to her for information that she can communicate in a competent, friendly, conversational, authentic, sensitive, upbeat, "real person" manner. Rachel especially enjoys doing narration work that is instructional or educational in nature, like documentaries, industrial and e-learning (or elearning) projects, healthcare tutorials, continuing education courses, and app and website audio.
And as much as she enjoys informing, she also loves to laugh and to laugh with others, so feel free to consider Rachel for anything involving humor, including TV and radio spots, cartoons, and other projects!
Consider Rachel when you need a female sound.
See more about her background and interests at http://www.linkedin.com/in/RachelResnick and http://twitter.com/RachelsVoice.
English, English (North American)
Child, Teen, Young Adult, Middle Aged
Cartoons, Movie Trailers, Documentaries, Business, Educational, Radio, Videogames, Television, Internet
Rachel has volunteered her voice for audiobooks for LibriVox and for Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (now called Learning Ally), voicing high school, college, and graduate-level texts and YA novels, and children's textbooks and short stories. Rachel also recorded a section of "Hear the Bill," for the U.S. health care bill that passed during President Obama's tenure.
BA, Communications (TV-radio-film), Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa.
MS, Library and Information Science, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pa.
Voice over training from Creative Voice Development Group (voicecoaches.com).
Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB
HP Pavilion e9220f; Windows 7
Audacity audio recording/editing software; standard studio equipment.
email, ftp, or secure internet file sharing service
One day or less for short copy
Recording and editing.
Providing files in .wav, .mp3, .aiff format.
Home studio, or travel to a Philadelphia-area studio of your choosing.
Copyrighting or editing available.
Hire Rachel for voice-over work. Payment is made through Voices.com SurePay, an escrow service that guarantees your work is done to your satisfaction. Send payment securely by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal through Voices.com then download your files from the website.
To contact Rachel Resnick about your project, request a quote today. We'll walk you through the process step-by-step. It's fast and easy.