First I voiced the Red Rover game/toy. Then, a year later, I got to do the voiceover and singing for the commercial. Merry Christmas!
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How fun was that?!
Great job Katie.
Congratulations Katie. Great job on the voice and singing. Merry Christmas and best of luck in all you do.
This makes me smile every time it runs through my head!!!
Thanks for posting this so we could all enjoy it, Katie. Beautiful work.
You're the best Christmas present an old Cowboy could ever ask for. God Bless Ya Kiddo & God Bless America
Super job Katie! Thanks for sharing those with us.
Nice job Katie!!!
I think doing character voices is the most fun. I was the voice for many years of Chuck Downfield in Humongous Entertainments "Backyard Football". It certainly brings out the kid in you.
An hour! Perfect!
Here's to many more like that one.
I did a silly dinosaur voice for an industrial hygience company....they want an "intelligent" sounding T Rex...ahhh "type cast" again! NOT! It was a real paying job!
For laughts, here's the clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iO6ziYpncs
What do you think?
Best wishes for a great day!
As I listen to the spot, I believe I did all the voices. I hear my sigh in the little girl and my giggle in the background. The commercial didn't take more than an hour. It was a phone patch, and I had know idea I would be singing. But I knew the dog's voice because I had created it originally. The guy on the other end of the phone was the song writer and he coached me through the singing. I am everyone, but the male voice, basically.
Very cool! Great job on both projects!
How many different lines did you have to voice? How long did it take you to do "Rover's" comments?
Way to go!
That's great - thanks for sharing! Inspiration!
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