Japanese Male Narration voice
Los Angeles, California, US
Mature, intelligent, warm for narrations, fun for commercials, smooth and professional for presentations.
Child (5-12), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
13-year experience in voiceover recordings.
e-Learnings and corporate materials are my forte.
Numerous Japanese TV commercial spots, Promos and Video Games.
Electro-Voice RE320, Sterling Audio ST69
Computer & Software
iMac, Pro Tools
Whisper Room, Focusrite Scarlett 2i2
- Hire and record native Japanese voiceover talents
- Edit & QC
- English & Japanese translation
Voice Over Clients
Apple, Disney, HP, Dell, Microsoft, Google, Panasonic, Acer, Motorola, Micron, OKI, Landesk, eBao, National Instruments, Warner Brothers, Warner Brothers Leavesden, Pechanga Resort, Youth for Human Rights, LDS, World Health Organization, AES, Amway, Shire, Abbott, Hilton, IHG, BMW, Harley-Davidson, Toyota, Infiniti, Nissan, Nike, UFC, (Website hidden), (Website hidden), Fedex, WWE, American Airlines, US SOY, Dow Chemical, 3M, JLG, Novartis, Bloomberg, Bank of the West, Grant Thornton, Mexico Tourism, Destination Canada, Trifecta Multimedical, State Street Global Advisors (SPDR), OKI Global, Bridgewater Associates, Mercer Global, JTB, EPIX, EA, WWE, UFC, SONY, Audio books, Japanese Commercials, Hollywood Film ADRS, Etc.
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