Ken is one half of the male/female voice-over team team of Ken and Lisa Theriot, finalists for the 2009 "Voicey Awards." Ken's natural voice has been described as "smooth, soft and pleasant, though flexible enough for all manner of character voices. Lisa Theriot's voice is an energetic alto. As actors, they have a wide range of emotional voicings and accents for dramatic narrations. As musicians/songwriters and singers, they can also provide original music production.
English (North American), English (British), English (Irish), English (Scottish), English (Australian)
Australian, Austrian, British, Central American, Chinese, French, Irish, North American, Russian, Scottish, Scottish (Standard Scottish English), US African American, US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn)
Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Documentaries, Educational, Internet, Jingles, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Television
Ken and Lisa Theriot were finalists for the 2009 Voicey Awards - Best Vocal Team.
They voice and edit the monthly e-Learning podcast for "The Language Key," a regular client since Oct 2007.
Ken was chosen to be one of only a handful of voice over actors featured on the venture called "eLearningVoices.Com." From their website: "A select group of the best, most experienced, e-learning voice talent on the planet."
Ken and Lisa provided voices for the audio book, "The Russian Bride," by Jonathon McAtee. From the book's review:
"The professional voice team of Ken and Lisa Theriot offer a compelling portrayal of Maxim Bondarenkov, (a.k.a. Max Bond) a Russian P.I., who spent 8 years in London where he acquired his British accent and impeccable command of the English language; Lisa Theriot portrays Bond's secretary Maria.
Ken is the voice of several characters for the GPS Voice Company called PIGTones (Politically Incorrect GPS Voices), including Stewie, The Devil, Santa, Yoda, and The Bronx Guy. In 2008, he became the audio producer for PIGTones, editing and producing all the voices in their catalog!
Ken has become sought-after for voicing internet videos, most recently becoming the voice of Drum Experience. You can hear his voice on all the videos here: http://www.centipeak.com/video.php. Another example is internet video voice-over for the Tapology Mixed Martial Arts website, requiring him to sync the audio to the client's video. The result of that is here: http://www.tapology.com/site_tour.
Ken is now running a website teaching others how to record their own voice-overs at a site called Home Brew Audio.
MBA from The Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina, Bachelor of Science from the United States Air Force Academy.
Rode NT2-A, AKG C3000, Oktava MK-319, Shure SM58
Core Duo,2 GHz PC, REAPER Digital Audio Workstation, Adobe Audition 3.0 Audio Editor and DAW
E-MU 1820m Interface
E-Mail, Web downloads, FTP
24-72 hours, depending on the job
One-stop shopping! I have my own studio right here where I live, and have over 20 years of recording experience. I can not only offer you the voice (male or female), but also provide fully-produced programs with sound effects and background music if desired.
I also edit audio. If you have a recording you need cleaned up, polished or produced in some other way, look no further.
Client List: Workplace English Training, PIGTones, Virtua, Inc., JSF Central, Rick Gordon: Commercial Voices.com, eLearningVoices.com, Raising Capital Secrets.com, Home Brew Audio, Paper Assets 101, Jonathon McAtee, Hi-Tech Closeout, Blue Skies, Ltd., Serious Vanity Music, Core Media Group, Kuro Communications, dVinci.com, VUBiz, Tapology, CearPoint eLearning, Performance Development, Lincoln Heritage, Centipeak (Drum Experience)
Hire Ken for voice-over work. Payment is made through Voices.com SurePay, an escrow service that guarantees your work is done to your satisfaction. Send payment securely by Visa, Mastercard or PayPal through Voices.com then download your files from the website.
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