HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
I've been doing this for over 17 years. Voice Actor, Storyteller and Stage Actor, I love this job! The creative challenges, the interesting personalities, even the technical aspects are always stretching in the best sorts of ways.
I have an undergraduate degree in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Voice. One of my favorite "gigs" was the 3 years I spent touring the Pacific NW (USA) as a storyteller. Tellers Two performed for all ages, but children are still my favorite audience.
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Saab ** e-learning narration
KSPS Public TV ** "Courage in Corsets", documentary narration
Walt Disney Parks & Resorts ** recruitment DVD, narration
Sears ** radio commercials
Centers for Disease Control ** TV commercials
Pfizer ** mobile app
HCR ManorCare ** TV and radio commercials
SkiStar ** web narration
Assessment Technologies Institute ** e-learning narration
McMclure Honda ** TV and radio commercials
Union Gospel Mission ** radio commercials, narration
Southern belle (USA) - think "Steel Magnolias"
Western drawl (USA) - cowgirl
British nanny - Mrs. Doubtfire, only not Scottish, but British
BBC announcer - straightlaced, a bit stuffy, but you know she hangs out at the pub after work
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Middle Age Female, Young Adult Female
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
Source Connect, FTP, AIF, MP3, WAV
Mackie 1202-VLZ PRO mixer
Mac with 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
ProTools LE 7.4 (workin' on an upgrade)
Neumann TLM 103 mic
Beringer B-1 mic
Thanks for your reply, Yes I know ISDN is the standard for remote VO sessions.
I going to try source connect too, but ISDN is still more stable.
I dont have any codec, I'm just figuring out what else I need to set up the Isdn.
I know some studios only have Telos. Is your Isdn capable to connect with any Isdn codec?