Small and medium-sized businesses are in a better position to utilise the attention-grabbing, retention-guaranteeing potential of voice over more so than at any other point in history. With competitive prices on recording equipment and the advent of home studios more and more talent are taking the proactive route, setting themselves up for success, and ensuring availability even among unprecedented economic and social disruptions. Online platforms such as Voices.com, UpWork, Voquent, and LinkedIn connect professionals on both sides of the aisle, enabling clients to pick from a plethora of talented performers of every language, accent and dialect under the sun.
Today’s voice log entry is a follow-up on the Principles of geology post (Parts 1, 2, and 3) from back in 2018. 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 […]
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.
Wherever you are Mr. Iwamatsu, I know you’re having one hell of a good time with Mr. Tony Jay, Mr. Robin Williams, and all of the other talented folk, whose voices will be remembered for generations to come. Day 9 – Aku (Mako Iwamatsu) – Samurai Jack