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jay beacham

ivins, Utah, US

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Highlights

soothing, soft and easy, Smooth, fast, slow, what do you need?
Multi-lingual
Mainly: German or English
contact me personally

Languages

English (North American), German

Accent

German, North American, US Western

Voice Ages

Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Young Adult (18-35)

Special Skills

Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television

Experience

four years radio
16 years voice over
some TV and Film

Credentials

Education

HS, Jr College, University

Studio

Microphone

a variety of USB microphones

Computer & Software

PC Windows XP

Special Equipment

Audacity sound

Delivery Methods

email, FTP, CD, dropbox, in wav or mp3 files

Turnaround Time

24 hr.

Service Description

Voice over production, editing, limited sound effects added

Testimonials

Deine Stimme würde hier jeden Radio Moderator ersetzen. Aber echt
Na, toll, enjoyed my listen. love it DiMucci

DiMucci of Hamburg, Germany.

That's great. Brent Bennett.

Southwest Science Foundation

on 03-Dec-10 “you have a most awesome speaking voice like you should be talking on the radio as a host or something and of course you sing awesome too…” “I would love to hear you speak live at some park.you have a most awesome voice I’ve ever heard and should be making lots of money like that Ted guy on youtube, your voice is better than his my friend.(2nd comment on 18-Jan-11) Brenda A.

Brenda A. of Texas

Of a narration of a product intro for a crowdfunding campaign for Make It Easy Toothbrush caddy, L. N., when asked how it was for their needs, said,
Perfect! Thank you!

6/15/2015

L.N. of Dixie Business Alliance

Perfect! Thank you!
Lanora Nielson

(for a video project narration for GoZunder llc.)

Dixie Business Alliance

Your voice sounded so excellent...
better than I expected!!

Renee of private project

April 22, 2011 Just visited your Voice123 web site my friend and had a listen to all your demo’s.

“What a great speaking voice and personality you have. I am very impressed with your voice but also the fact that you speak different languages and seem to be able to arise to most any occasion. Your natural flow when speaking and understanding how to place emphasis on key words is amazing. I loved all the demo’s. You have a great voice my friend. I enjoyed all your demo’s but especially announcing the Baseball game…You sounded like a pro for sure.” - Raymond

Raymond private project

Jay Beacham has one of the best voices in America. That’s a bold statement if you don’t love the sound of a father, grandfather, Santa Claus, Abraham Lincoln, a deep base and baritone country singer, a peaceful and relaxing conversation on the radio during a long drive or between songs while going about your day, that feels like old fashioned home cooking in the oven or Thanksgiving meal or beside a crackling home chimney fire place sipping hot cocoa and marshmallows cozy under the blanket with soft lights blinking on the evergreen tree. That’s how it feels when Jay Beacham speaks and why I had him introduce one of my New York Broadway singer friends in one of our marketing ads, nobody else could’ve done it right. Unfortunately in one of my favorite Hollywood movies they killed Jay’s character in the first 10 minutes but not until after he had saved the life of one of the princesses and main character. And that’s how Jay has been his entire life, the unsung hero, who sings his own songs and the hundreds of fans who’ve had the God given grace to be able to hear them have lavished Jay with all the love and praise that he should’ve received at the Emmy’s and Oscar’s. He has actively sold his brother’s paintings of their natural surrounds of Grand Canyon style desert scenery right in the heart of Zion’s Park which is a fitting name for the decent folks who live in that most gloriously unique western style frontier of America’s truly wild west countryside. If old style southern talking and drawl ever melted the hearts of the ladies and lit the fire of any lonely man, if ever it was popular or right for such a voice to be put in the lime light and mainstream of famedom like so many living legends before him why not now? Why not a voice that captures all that essence yet is a little more Midwest, maybe even almost East Coast while fully embracing the Southwestern brew we’ve all be yearning for to make a comeback, because Elvis is surely alive, but until he makes some new songs we’ve got Jay. My greatest dream in life was for Neil Diamond to perform again, make some new songs and perform them himself instead of selling them to all the Top artists on the planet, and finding Jay was like my dreams coming true. Wish he could make some more songs. But even if all he ever does is talk on the radio, or on my ads, it takes me back to the good old days of mother’s home cooking and family holidays by the fireside sipping hot cocoa and marshmallows. I can’t imagine a dry eye in the entire audience even if it was the largest Colosseum in the world or every TV and cell phone on the planet, if somebody gave him a script worthy of his voice and let it penetrate the universe, it would revolutionize humanity and the planet, forever. He won’t be around forever, we need to take full advantage, he’s there on his farm just building cabins, singing for the ladies on some little known online social network, breaking hearts one per day, and that voice can be yours because Hollywood and the Music industry wouldn’t know talent if it hit them like a barn hits a drunken teenager swinging off the rafters into the hay bales and mistakes the moon for the ground and goes where only his dreams can take him and lands on earth instead. Perhaps it’s the fate of humanity to always miss the mark, to never realize its full potential, and pass up every good opportunity, except for Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, those one or two who by whatever twist miraculously found that diamond that nobody else recognized and became the most famous companies and men and women on the planet who we all dream we could be like and yet Jay is right here in our hands and we have this moment to make the right choice or be just one of the regular humans on this planet, normal, forgettable. Jay will make you unforgettable if you know how to market him so that he markets you!
That’s what I’m doing, and hopefully I’ll get him first before anybody else! If you’re looking to use Jay, then that means the race is on! May the best company win!

-Ben Arnold (ChatFellow CEO) 1/21/2019

Chatfellow

Voice Over Clients

South West Science Foundation(Brent Bennett)
Dixie Business Alliance
anaezine webs dot com "ChatFellow"

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