Audition Points for Commercial Voice Overs

Knowing how to treat and execute auditions can be half the challenge! Here are some of my audition points you can use to develop your audition approach, improve your performance, and book the gig! Happy reading and be sure to take notes! Read copy aloud as written, at...

Creating an Effective Voice (Part 2)

Millennia before human beings began writing down their thoughts they were using their voices to communicate. From the earliest primitive declarations to the most sublime enactments of Shakespeare’s plays, somewhere, deep in our genetic makeup, we have always...

Creating an Effective Voice (Part 1)

In our society, we put great faith in those who can communicate with feeling and intelligence. We ask our politicians to represent us, to be our voice and to embody the spirit of our country to the rest of the world. We want executives, managers and sales people,...

The Importance of Having Multiple Character Voices

Anyone involved in producing animation and video games will tell you that having a number of character voices at your command makes you a lot more interesting and marketable to them. They can use you in one or two solid recording sessions and get three or four...
The Conveyer Belt Theory

The Conveyer Belt Theory

I’ve always been a pretty visual guy. In other words, I often process things through images rather than through deductive reasoning. I actually think this has helped my career in voice over. Take for instance my conveyor belt theory. I’ve always thought...