Rheba Estante

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Voice Over

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Voice Over

About

Standard American speech - "easy to understand broadcaster tone" - with a hint of sarcastic humor underneath the serious storyteller style


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Vocal Characteristics

Languages

English (North American), English

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Voice Ages

Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), North American, US New York (New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn), US South West (Texas), US West Coast (California, Portland)

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Voice Over Skills

Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television

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Studio

Turnaround Time

Within 3 to 5 business days

Microphone

MXL2001-P Microphone, TLM 103

Computer & Software

Windows XP on Intel Pentium 4

Special Equipment

Audacity audio editor software, iTunes

Service Overview

Voice Over

I was a live on-air radio host and producer for five years on a women’s’ show called “Radioactive Feminism” plus TV appearances as a “consumer panelist” on programs such as Style by Jury Father’s Day special 2007 (as a juror), MuchMusic, Benmergui Live!, The Eugenia Last Show, and a feature on a documentary titled “Western Eyes”. Slice TV also filmed me in June 2007 for an episode of Plastic Makes Perfect on public opinion concerning cosmetic injections.

During my on-air radio days only a few of my segments were pre-recorded so I had to be "on" with my Q&A's and conscious of my timing and speech inflections to be understood in a clear precise manner.

In September 2006 I sang live at a Cancer Society benefit concert the ballad “I Hope You Dance” by Leanne Womack. After my performance the gala host said I sounded just like her. I did that performance on a dare and had no idea my voice could do it. People have frequently commented that my way with speech enunciation can really tell a story as much as just stating the words. Hence their idea I check out voiceovers. I didn’t give it any thought until November when I participated on a female entrepreneur’s roundtable podcast titled “Cubicle Divas” by executive coach Leesa Barnes. Then …when the Crystal Andrus Show on Hay House radio had me on as a live guest in March 2007 on an Internet broadcast for a half hour it convinced me to give voiceovers a go.

Thanks to a few friends in in the TV and Radio production business ... I have sourced a list of professional recording studios at reasonable prices for projects that require full studio capability.



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