Butch McCain

Los Angeles, California, US • 5:17 AM Local Time

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Butch McCain

Category Internet Video
Language English
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Industrial type reads to train and educate.
Butch McCain is a professional male voice-over actor whose voice is warm, friendly and believable. Butch has a voice that will bring your copy to life and leverages his TV/FILM acting background to give a variety of tones and emotions to the story you want to tell. An authoritative yet friendly sound perfect for your radio commercial, television commercial, promo, narration, phone project or business presentation. I look forward to serving you and giving your vision a voice!
Informative , authoritative , can be burly or sexy , approachable and warm , friendly and commanding , professional and direct , sportscaster or newscaster , cowboy or refined , over the top or subtle , calm , play by play , storyteller , conversational , husky , raspy , gruff , Father , Dad , guy next door , believable , commanding , Australian , British , Deep South , Texas or Western and bold
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
Buehler is a leading manufacturer of food and animal feed processing equipment. Our Hammer mills, with a reputation for high quality and cutting edge technology, have been the solution of choice for some of the world's most successful feed manufacturers. Countless memories can be traced back to Gulf State Park, and past generations will tell you the storied lives that once stood. There is where many of these memories were made stories. Nothing does a better job of giving a peek into an unimaginable world as a good story. Some of the most well known and influential stories were told by a man called Jesus of Nazareth. This is not a story about a store. This is not a story about the past. This is a story about the future and a family, but not your typical family. This one's a little different. Founded in 1902 guaranteed electrical first showed the world what electricity could do by illuminating the 1904 World's Fair. In the days of the Old West, cowboys live by an unspoken code. The Code of the West never try on another man's hat