Months ago when I was involved with the Random Acts of Culture Project, voice artist David Houston was kind enough to post about it. Today, I want to return the favor. David is based out of Austin, TX, and is more than just a voice guy. He also is a fine musician in his own […]
Via Scoop.it – voiceover and voice acting There is a Twitter fellow you should be following: @SomeAudioGuy. He is an audio engineer that works heavily in the voiceover field, and his daily observations about what actually goes on in some pretty high profile sessions are invaluable to the beginner in pointing out what kind of […]@SomeAudioGuy, audio engineering, ISDN, Skype
Back in 2009, I had the pleasure to work with Diane Havens and Kat Keesling on the Hear the Bill Project. Their brainchild was to help ordinary people who would have a very difficult time wading through the complexities of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, in both the U.S. House of Representatives and […]Creative Commons, kat Keesling, low budget work, nonprofit, time
Admit it, the Aflac Duck campaign was a fun little diversion. Gilbert Gottfried blew it (hey, he’s an insult comic, it was bound to happen), and in a brilliant bit of PR, the company decided to throw the doors open in a nationwide search for the next voice of the Duck. And here he is: […]Aflac, Dan McKeague, duck, Gilbert Gottfried, selection, winner
One of my “Artists You Should Know,” Lauren McCullough, stars in a new ad for the Lincoln MKS. The music is “The Future is Where We Belong” by The Hot Pipes. Lauren knocks this one out….click and watch!
Handling a face to face rejection. Dealing with a moment that was not my finest hour.
Free, royalty free music and SFX can be hard to find. David Houston finds a new source.