In no particular order, here are the top ten blog posts published at VOX Daily for the year 2006!

This past year has been phenomenal for the voice industry and 2007 promises to bring even more opportunities and highlights for us all. Since we started blogging in December of 2005, VOX Daily has witnessed and documented dozens of amazing events, stories, interviews, and resources all centric to voiceovers and the entertainment industry.  The following blog posts were selected to represent the best of the best this year from the files at VOX Daily.

Sara Mendes da CostaSara Mendes da Costa, The Voice of Time
Recently, Sara Mendes da Costa of Brighton in the UK was chosen out of nearly 18,500 candidates to become the voice of time for British Telecom’s Speaking Clock.

Pat Fraley Disney ADRPat Fraley’s ADR Adventure at Disney
I’d like to share my day working at Disney on the upcoming film, Wild Hogs, starring Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence, John Travolta, and William H. Macy. I arrived at the huge, comfortable and famous Stage B at Disney Studios…

Kari Wahlgren InterviewKari Wahlgren Interview
An extraordinary voice actor and wonderful person to boot, this conversation with voice actress Kari Wahlgren is sure to win the hearts of all voice acting fans and talent alike.

David Houston VoiceoversDavid Houston’s Getting Started in Voiceovers Part I and II
I’m increasingly presented with the question: How can I get into doing voiceovers?” or what’s your advice on getting started?” I’ll do my best to sum up my answers to these questions here…


Marc Cashman Voice CatThe ABCs of Voiceover
Ever wondered how to interpret voiceover jargon? Get the lingo down with the help of this handy Glossary of voiceover terms provided by Voice Cat Marc Cashman.


LibriVoxLibriVox: An audio homage to the written word
Looking for a way to build your portfolio? Consider volunteering your talents and record audiobooks at


Voice Actor BlogsVoice Actor Blogs on the Rise
If one has been observing the trends in the blogosphere, its easy to recognize that voice actors have unique voices, both behind the microphone and in their daily observations.


Custom Demo PsychologyThe Psychology Behind Custom Demos
In audition situations, talent who submit custom demos are usually rewarded with extra attention from clients receiving the auditions. While this may seem obvious, the psychology behind the submission and reception of custom demos is highly overlooked…

Health Remedies for Voice TalentHow do you keep your voice healthy?
When it comes to treating physical ailments that affect your voice, what are your favorite remedies?
Susan Eichhorn, a widely respected Canadian singing teacher and musical theatre coach now based in midtown Manhattan in New York City, suggested…

Singer to Voice TalentFrom Singer to Voice Talent: Making the Transition
Same instrument, different way of using it! Learn how to go from singing to speaking. Many voice talent start their careers in music, particularly as classically trained singers.
Feel free to comment on these stories or reminisce about your favorite posts at VOX Daily for the year 2006.
Wishing you and yours a blessed, healthy and joyous 2007 🙂

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Stephanie Ciccarelli is the Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Classically trained in voice, piano, violin and musical theatre, as well as a respected mentor and industry speaker, Stephanie graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Arts from the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario. Possessing a great love for imparting knowledge and empowering others, her blog serves an audience what wants to grow in their careers as professional voice users, and more specifically, voice actors. Stephanie was recently listed on the PROFIT Magazine W100 list three times (2013, 2015 and 2016), a ranking of Canada's top female entrepreneurs, and is the author of Voice Acting for Dummies®.


  1. Stephanie,
    I’m honored to be listed in the Top 10; it’s a generous compliment, considering how many terrific posts showed up in Vox Daily this past year.
    Many thanks, and keep up the superb work!
    ~ David