I have a DJ-esque vocal quality with a decidely hip and ebonical verbal edge (think: Stuart Scott of ESPN's SportsCenter).
Radio: Hip, DJ, Popular, Energetic, Spunky, Attitude.
Narrative: Powerful, Bass-Baritone, Dramatic, Subdued, Contemporary, Intense, Dynamic, Real.
Instructional: Natural, Flat, Monotone, Encouraging.
Corporate: Smooth, Professional, Sophisticated, Mature.
Performing Arts: Dynamic, Warm, Persuasive.
Announcement: Powerful, Authoritive, Big.
Adult: Deep, Engaging
English, English (North American)
North American, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)
Middle Aged, Young Adult
Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone
Company Name: Worksoft, Inc. Dallas, Texas
Name of e-Learning tutorial: "Intro to Content Merge".
Description: Provides an overview of how to use multiple features and functionality in the Certify application.
12/08 - present
I have been writing and performing hip-hop-related music material since 2000. I am, by and large, self-taught and have mostly been assisted and instructed by professional 24-track studio producers and engineers.
The confidence that I have in my experience is due to 8 years of vocal recording in a 24 - 48 track production environment. I've had a recording studio in my home for the last 7 years. I am quite proficient with the basic and post-mix elements of pop-culture music recording such as, but, not necessarily limited to: Analog-to-Digital interfacing and modulation, 16 bit to 24 bit conversion and mixing, 2-track mix-downs, wave and MP3 formatting and conversion processess.
Rhodes NT1, SHURE SM48
Computer & Software
32/64 bit Windows Vista Ultimate (64bit 3ghz dual-core cpu, 5 gbs ram 667 mhz).
Compressor-Limiter Gate, Behringer Virtualizer Pro, and an 8024 DSP analog/digital equalizer-converter-limiter.
Email, File upload to FTP server, or regular mail
1 - 2 days (3 - 5 days depending on size/length of project)
Rates (including overall rates for non-broadcast and small market broadcasts)
Radio (including Internet radio):
15 seconds- 100 (USD)
30 seconds- 150 (USD)
60 seconds- 200 (USD)
TV and Cable:
15 seconds- 150 (USD)
30 seconds- 200 (USD)
60 seconds- 280 (USD)
All Others (Per Minute of Audio Delievered)
Up to 2 minutes: 100 (USD)
Up to 5 minutes: 75 (USD)
Up to 10 minutes: 50 (USD)
Up to 20 minutes: 42 (USD)
Up to 60 minutes: 30 (USD)
Each additional minute
over 60 minutes: (20)
From 100 to 250 words- 0.40 (USD)
Up to 500 words- 0.38 (USD)
Up to 1000 words- 0.30 (USD)
Up to 2000 words- 0.24 (USD)
Up to 6000 words- 0.20 (USD)
over 6000 words- 0.15 (USD)
Per hour of work (regardless of the length of the audio delivered):
One hour or less- 200 (USD)
Up to 2 hours- 170 (USD)
Up to 5 hours- 150 (USD)
Up to 10 hours- 130 (USD)
Up to 20 hours- 120 (USD)
Up to 60 hours- 100 (USD)
over 60 hours- 100 (USD)
*Recordings for broadcast in regional and large markets will have slightly more expensive rates.
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