phoenix, Arizona, US
proper, urban, super-villain, heroic, narrative, mutant
English (North American), English
Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
when you're voice is naturally talented, you don't have to get an industry-related education
blue baby bottle mic, rode videopro mic, zoom H1 & a blue snowball usb mic
Computer & Software
adobe master collection cs5, sonar 6 PE (with various plugins) & cool edit pro
custom built booth made from mdf wood, sound board & auralex foam, sE sound filter, spit guard, tascam 144 and a focusrite traxmaster compressor
less than 24 hrs
I have a vision & I need to get it out of me & into the hands of someone who can't find it anywhere. Throughout my endeavors that I've chased, it has led me to me back to where I started. I'm the kind of person who has more of an interest in the behind the scenes footage in oppose to the finished work. I need to produce for the consumer, not consume from the producer.
Voice Over Clients
Like all beginners, I used family & friends. I live in Phoenix, Arizona & so far I've joined a few local film groups on facebook & I attend the ifp meetings for independent filmmakers, where I'm networking, but no one wants to participate in non-paid projects it seems. However, I'm willing to work non-paids. Last project I produced was canceled in post-production due to too many client delays to the point where I grew frustrated & lost interest. I was using the light saber effects from adobe ae, improv choreographic sword battles, comedy & sound effects including my own voice where I appeared as a sith lord who wore a mask, so I recorded my audio at home & did my dialogue into my mic with a large plastic cup for reverb. All grunts during the fight from the characters were recorded later. Even the footsteps and arm swings were recorded in post. It would've been a sweet shortfilm, but never got finished. smh
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