Sean Rollins

Indianapolis, Indiana, US 11:02 PM (EDT) Local Time

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About Sean Rollins

Hello everyone! I'm an audio engineer with Bachelor degrees in Music Performance and Music Technology. I'm comfortable performing on (and engineering) VO and ADR sessions. I have created audio assets for films, commercials, and video games, and most times implemented those assets myself. I also have acting experience on stage and in film.

I lived in China for 6+ years, so I may be able to offer bilingual services as well, depending on your needs.

Thank you for reading!

-Sean-

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Vocal Characteristics

Languages

English (North American)

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Voice Ages

Child (5-12), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+)

Accents

US Appalachia, US General American (GenAm), US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)

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Voice Over Skills

Animation Documentaries Audiobooks Elearning Radio Ad Telephone Videogames Podcasting Television Ad Video Narration Online Ad Voice Assistant

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Studio

Turnaround Time

24 hours

Live Directed Sessions

Phone Call, Source-Connect, Video Conferencing (Zoom, Skype), ipDTL

Microphone

Shure SM7b, EV RE-20, Rode NGT2 (for ADR)

Computer & Software

2017 iMac (32GB RAM), UA Apollo Twin interface, Sennheiser 280 Pro closed-back headphones, Nuendo, Pro Tools, Reaper, Davinci Resolve, Wwise, various instruments/softwares for adding music/sfx if need be.

Special Equipment

Avid S1 control surface, Amazon Fire Tablet/iPad with Avid Control app, Cubase iC Pro,

Service Overview

Voice Over

One of my earliest memories is of my sister and I imitating the crows from Disney's Dumbo. In middle and high school, my friends and I would try to do ridiculous imitations of various people, and make each other laugh hysterically. In short, I've been voice acting for as long as I can remember, but it's only been recently that I've actually tried to monetize it. :)

In addition to remote VO (and ADR) capabilities, I have completed a B.S. degree in Music Technology, where I majored in Recording/Engineering as well as Post-Production and Sound Design. I am able to provide these services as well as mastering.

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Voice Over Experience

Studio Assistant

University of Saint Francis • Contract Part-time

Jan 2019 - May 2020

Maintained equipment and facilities via testing equipment functionality and creating spreadsheets.

Entrusted with multiple account IDs and passwords for installing/updating software across many devices.

Assisted other students with questions and concerns when instructors were not available.

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Studio Intern

Soundbar Studios • Internship

Oct 2018 - Mar 2020

Assisted with recording sessions, prepared tracks for mixing, helped maintain studio facilities, assisted with readers for bands, and ran errands.

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Audio Engineer

89.1 WBOI • Freelance

Aug 2018 - Dec 2018

Recorded, edited, mixed, and compiled audio from interviews conducted as part of WBOI’s “Act of Listening” program

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Sound Designer

University of Saint Francis • Freelance

Aug 2018 - Dec 2018

Recorded, mixed, and edited sound effects and incidental music for USF’s performance of “War of the Worlds”

Designed the Foley to be performed live by the actors onstage.

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Location Sound Recordist

Anchor Films • Freelance

Oct 2021 - Nov 2021

Captured sound on location for a TV commercial.

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Client List

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Voice Over Testimonials

Testimonials of my work (predominantly my audio engineering work) may be found at my personal website.

PBS, WBOI (NPR-affilicate), Fort Wayne Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, many others

Studio

Software

Avid Pro Tools, PreSonus, Logic Pro, Reaper, Garageband, Source-Connect, Cubase, Nuendo, DaVinci Resolve, Digital Audio Workstation

Skill Overview

Audio Editing

I have a B.S. in Music Technology, and a large amount of time during my program was devoted to editing audio quickly, and to a high standard. Projects I've worked on include an interview series for my local NPR-affiliate, a song for PBS,

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Audio Editing Experience

Client List

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Audio Editing Testimonials

I first heard Sean's work when 89.1 WBOI partnered with the University of Saint Francis for a podcast project called Act of Listening. Sean was part of one of several student production teams tasked with interviewing seniors in the Fort Wayne community. For Sean, this meant recording these interviews in the field, editing the results together in segments of varying lengths, and delivering all of them to WBOI with enough time to prepare Act of Listening for air. Sean's work was high quality, edited to broadcast standards, and on time for the next phase of production. I plan and hope to work with him again in the future and feel confident in his abilities as they relate to all things audio."



-Ben Clemmer- (Producer & Host at 89.1 WBOI)

NPR

I recently worked with Sean on a project for PBS Television. I appreciate his commitment to making sure every aspect of the project was exactly what we needed. Sean’s easy going demeanor and strong work ethic made our sessions a pleasure. Working with an engineer that is also a musician, is the difference between good and great." -Kris Hensler- (Director of Programming and Content Producer)

PBS

Sean is extremely dedicated and focused on quality and creativity in his work. He exhibits professionalism and seeks to ensure clients are not just satisfied, but that his work reaches their desired vision. In addition to not just being an outstanding engineer and musician, Sean LISTENS!! He is always interested in what the client thinks and wants…it’s always a pleasure working with a professional who understands and listens to editors, directors, and musicians."



-Miles Fulwider- (Tonmeister, Chair of the Music Department and Assistant Professor of the Music Technology Department)

University of Saint Francis
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