HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
I'm the voice of NickToons, TeenNick, Fox Business, The MTN Sports Network, and as of now, the new signature voice of Fuel TV.
And I'm working with a variety of different radio and TV affiliates, doing everything from Country radio, to CHR, to hard news, to Alternative Rock...
I'm represented by Don Buchwald and Associates in New York, TGMD in LA, Stewart Talent in Chicago, and I'm now managed by Cope Management, LA.
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
NEW VOICE OF FUEL TV
I've been named the new voice of the FUEL TV Network
FIRST EVER TRAILER CAMPAIGN
I just booked my first Home Video Trailer campaign for Zookeeper, which should start running very soon!
I've been tapped as the new voice for the NickToons Network, as well as voicing the promos for "Degrassi High" on NickTeen...And there's even more to come! Stay Tuned!
SUPER, DUPER NEW!!
National Spots for Elations Supplement Beverage, and Narration of "Behind the Fantanas" at fantana.com
National Spots for Ask.com and Gilette!
Watch your favorite NASCAR sporting events this season for a series of Ask.com spots featuring yours truly on the AVO. Also, be on the lookout for Gillette Fusion Gamer spots, with the "Gillette Young Guns." They're a group of NASCAR racers sponsored by Gillette. I'm doing spots for them as well!
National Spots for McDonalds!
Keep an eye out during your favorite programs for McDonalds Commercials for the New Grilled Chicken Snack Wrap Happy Meal!
Time Warner Cable Radio Spots
Time Warner Cable Industrial Narration
The MTN ( Mountain Sports Network )
HGTV - Various
VS - Ultimate Fighter Contest Promos
Disney Poingo - Children's Electronic Book Narrations
Pepsi, Pepcid, Sony Records TV Spots
ProTools 9, Nuendo, Logic
LMNO Pre Mic Preamp from Little Labs
Empirical Labs "Mike-E" Mic Channel
True Systems P-2 Analog Mic Pre
Empirical Labs Distressor
Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun Mic
Rode NTG-3 Shotgun Mic
Neumann U-87 Ai
Euphonix MC Mix Controller
iMac 24"2.8GHz Core 2 Duo
Blue Sky Monitors
Mobile Studio Gear:
ProTools 9 and Twisted Wave
Macbook Air Laptop - Mobile Studio
Shure X2u - Mobile Studio
Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun Mic - Mobile Studio
I was thinking of replacing my TLM103 with a 49, and I wanted your thoughts. I was in a rush because there was a sale yesterday at Guitar Center. The only unit they had was dented and scratched so I passed.
Also I noticed you use a Rode NTG3, I was thinking about that as well and wanted to see what you thought of it.
Mike: Read your post on technotes. Need your personal email to write you off this board. I work in Europe too and on April 5 night I do a webinar through Voiceoverxtra, part of the series on me they sponsor, with subject "Working Worldwide." I want to talk with you and would like to quote you in my webinar. ISDN in hotel rooms? Amsterdam! I have not been there altho extensive European and S. American experiences. Let's communicate. firstname.lastname@example.org-- www.voicesvoices.com
Thanks for your advice on the NTG-3, Mike! I still have not pulled the trigger, so your advice is still timely. It's still between the 416, NTG-3, or a Sanken CS-1. I'm not in a hurry at this point, looking at 2010 for this purchase. BTW, I noticed in the comments section of the youtube vid that one VO claimed that the 416 "cuts through" a lot better than the NTG-3. I'm not sure I agree from hearing the raw video, I wonder how they'd sound behind music. The main reason I'm considering a shotgun type mic is for the ability to cut through a mix.
FYI, I just bought a Studio Projects CS5 for about $325, and so far I'm loving it. Another talent I respect says that he recently recorded on a CS5 from his home studio to update a tag he recorded for Disney, and it perfectly matched the U87 that was originally used. I also am getting in a Mike Joly-modded MXL 909 any day now that I am very curious to check out.
Anyhow, thanks for your reply, Mike! It definitely was not too late.
I trust the Voiceover Universe experience has been good for you!
Also, I hope you'll check out and join a new group that we just started called MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT. It's a group dedicated to discussing ways we can market ourselves - what works; what doesn't. With your experience, you would be a tremendous resource!
Thanks for your time! I trust our paths will cross soon!