Here’s the second part of my interview with marketing upheaval expert Rudy Fernandez. We talked about how he directs voice talent while in a session and the most important thing to consider when doing so.
We also spoke about things like:
- How Rudy self-admittedly tends to overdirect and how he navigates that with the voice talent he works with
- The importance of always keeping voice talent involved in the creative process
- The difference between character reads and announcer reads
- How to ensure that the right voice talent is selected for a brand
- The importance of brands having multiple touch points for their audiences
- How companies are still utilizing radio advertising to this day
- The work Rudy’s company is doing with The University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies
- How audio can connect with audiences in ways other media cannot
- The use of earcons and how they serve as an audio logo of sorts
- What Rudy is working on during the Coronavirus shutdown (during which time we recorded this episode)
- What Rudy’s daughter, a voice talent, is up to right now and the work she does in L.A.
- A little bit about what I’ve been up to during the shutdown (only because Rudy asked!) 😄
You can also find Rudy and Creative Outhouse on the following social platforms:
- His personal profile on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rudyfernandez-ecd
- Creative Outhouse on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/creative-outhouse
- Creative Outhouse on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CreativeOuthous
- Creative Outhouse on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CreativeOuthouse
- Creative Outhouse on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creative_outhouse
This episode was very skillfully made to sound beautiful by the talented Humberto Franco (http://www.humbertofranco.com/).
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