Even if you haven’t considered voice-over as a means of getting your message across up to this point, here is one reason why you most definitely should:
No less than 88 out of Fortune’s top 100 fastest growing companies for 2019 actively leverage the power of professional voice over talent to effectively inform their employees and engage with their customers. Continue reading “Voice-Over, Fortune’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies, And Why Your Business Should Care”
Principles of Geology: being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earth’s surface, by reference to causes now in operation is a book by the Scottish geologist Charles Lyell, first published in 3 volumes in 1830–1833.
Lyell used geology throughout as a basis to strengthen his argument for Uniformitarianism. He used geological proof to determine that the Earth was older than 6,000 years, as had been previously contested. The book shows that the processes that are occurring in the present are the same processes that occurred in the past.
The project was open for recording on Feb 23 2018. Coordinated by Ann Boulais and with the contributions of over two dozen readers, this 46-hour behemoth of an audiobook was successfully added to the LibriVox catalog on Sep 9 2019. The CD case insert’s beautiful cover art (seen here as a featured image) was designed by Yeanne Yau.
Personally, being a part of this colossal endeavor was a humbling experience. My gratitude and admiration goes to everyone involved in seeing this through to the end. Looking forward to voicing more content alongside LibriVox’s amazing community in 2020.
Day 12 – Master Yoda (Frank Oz) – Star Wars
Straight out of the archives.
Day 11 – Dwarf Adventurer (Sycamore Rockwell) – Generic
Today’s little bugger is actually one of the first character voices I’ve had to build up myself, based on producer direction.