Here’s the second part of my interview with casting director and coach, Mary Lynn Wissner. We talked about common mistakes she sees voice actors make and what she suggests voice talent do to differentiate themselves. We also spoke about things like: How voiceover work is about so much more than having a nice voice How […]
Since 1990, Mary Lynn Wissner’s company Voices Voicecasting has cast thousands and thousands of voice talent in thousands and thousands of voiceover productions. She directs workshops, coaches voice talent, consults, and directs talent around the world. While things have certainly changed in the midst of the COVID-19 shutdowns (during which time this episode was recorded), […]
In the second part of my interview with Corey Dissin, we discussed the three elements to every spot and how to build a successful audio brand for audio talent. Corey and I also talked about: How a voice talent is not a voice talent (yes, that caught me off guard, too!) The difference between the […]
Corey Dissin was only 19 when he first got into the world of audio and sound. He started answering phones as a volunteer with Paul Turner Productions (now Propulsion Media Labs). His volunteering later morphed into an internship, at which point he met Paul. The two formed a friendship, and later Paul began allowing Corey […]
Doing voice overs for furniture stores is a really enjoyable aspect of my business. I love furniture. And I love the owners’ enthusiasm for their product! This particular set of commercials (this is only one of them), truly demonstrates that love since you get to see the owner discussing his business personally. I have to […]
Voice overs for casinos are always so filled with wonder and excitement. I have a lot of fun doing them. This voice over was no exception and I love how it turned out.