Expressive, good diction, variable tone according to situation. I've been told I'm a 'golf tournament announcer', a 'product barker for tv', a 'soothing reading time'. I can have a soft lulling voice or a commanding 'get out, it's on fire' type of voice, playful or serious. Somewhat baritone to tenor, depending on the need.
English (North American)
US Appalachia, US Mid-Atlantic, US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I have very little experience. I did read for the Triangle Radio Reading Service a few years ago. It didn't require much range but I did get some compliments when I read the obituaries in a reverent tone. I do have several different types of voices from the 'radio announcer' to the silly voices everyone does. I don't imitate anyone. Most importantly I have the face for voice work!! I do some Santa work before Christmas but not for pay so I base my voice on the child and situation. I can do a gentlemanly southern accent or flat midwestern pretty well. Most people would not guess me to be from NC, unless I 'let it out'. Thanks for reading this far!! Gimme a call n let's git 'r done!! Taxes and dealer options extra... I guess it's not the same in writing? Sorry...
I read and write English very well, does that count? I also have an electronics background so the equipment won't scare me.
Perhaps I've misunderstood what this site is all about. I have no equipment. I have no marketing background. I have a voice. I have a pleasant voice that has served me well in my help desk background.
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