I have a baritone-pitched voice. My professional career has provided me with extensive experience in the public speaking, media liaison, and outreach/education areas. I have Bachelors and Masters degrees in meteorology with minors in math and physics. As a result, I am familiar with scientific and technical terminology. I can deliver readings with conversational, compassionate, or educational inflections.
English (North American), English
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I have written copy and recorded voice-overs for several 30-second severe weather safety announcements used by the National Weather Service and commercial radio stations in Texas. I also performed voice-over for a five-minute segment of the National Severe Storms Laboratory's professionally-produced "Storms of 2005" storm summary video.
Bachelors Degree in Meteorology, Florida State University
Masters Degree in Meteorology, Oklahoma University
Shure SM-27 large condenser, SM-81 small condenser, PG57 and DR100 dynamic mics
Computer & Software
HP desktop with Core I7 processor, 8GB RAM. Sony Sound Forge, Steinberg Cubase 7 software
Focusrite Saffire Pro 14 audio interface, TASCAM digital recorder, ART Tube-MP mic preamp
FTP, CD via courier (UPS, etc.)
1 week or less
I can provide voice recordings with or without musical background and sound effects. Finished products can be placed in WAV, MP3, or AIF formats recorded at up to 96 KHz, 24 bit depth.
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