There are a couple of styles that I use for voice over projects. One is a smooth and clear style which is great for presentations, narrations and informational pieces. Another is a deeper, slightly rougher angle which can be used for station IDs & sweepers. I also can apply a conversational inflection which brings life to commercial scripts.
English (North American), English
North American, US General American (GenAm)
Audiobooks, Business, Cartoons, Educational, Internet, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television
Route 81 Radio – WAZL Hazleton Pennsylvania
PBC Radio – T-102 Pottsville Pennsylvania
WETM TV - Elmira, NY
Espy Awards (1997) – New York New York: Talent Escort
Sabre Communications – WPGI; WNKI & WQIX/WWLS - Elmira New York
101.5 WDKC FM – Liberty Pennsylvania
CompTIA A+ IT Technician Certification
Associate's Degree Computer Network Administration - McCann School of Business & Technology
B.S. Mass Communication - Mansfield University
MXL BCD-1, Audio Technica AT-4040, MXL 2003 Studio Condenser, Gates G100
Computer & Software
Win7 64-bit, Creative X-Fi Audio, Adobe Audition
Yamaha MG12/4Fx Mixer, Alesis MultiMix12 USB Mixer, Alesis 3630 Compressors, Behringer Dualfex Pro
FTP, Web Download, Email, CD/DVD, MiniDisc
Depends on project
Combining state-of-the-art digital editing and over 15 years of broadcast experience with professional-grade analog editing tools results in a warm, professional sounding project.
Radio Station Liners and DJ Tags
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