This was a National US spot where I got to use my “mom” voice (a kind of tone I’m asked to use a lot). When I was sent the audition, the client was asking for: “Female, early 30’s to early 40’s. Should be an actress or performer with range, not a slick announcer. Positive and encouraging, but not sweet and syrupy. She’s encouraging other moms and dads to let their kids play this way because she’s bought in and it simply makes sense to her.” And that’s what I gave them. The final commercial is really cute!
If you need help…
If you’re needing other voices, feel free to email me with your requirements. I’ll speak with people I know to be extremely talented, reliable and quick and will either get back to you myself or have them contact you directly (whichever you prefer).
And here are some stellar voice talents you could check out if you’re looking for a voice that’s different from my own (all these folks are people I *know* will do a fantastic job for you and are very friendly and easy to talk to. Feel free to check out their sites for demos and more information):
Paul Fraley– Warm, guy-next-door.
Scott Taylor – Versatility personified.
Mark La Pointe
Dan Lenard – Also teaches audio engineering tips and tricks.
Joe Wakeford – British voice talent
Craig C Williams – British voice talent in the US
Claire Dodin – English & French
Michel Rousseau – French (France)
Debra Scott – English & French Canadian
Liz de Nesnera – English & French
If you have a resource you feel belongs in this list, email me and let me know!
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