Got that Imaging Bug and starting to do something about it.

Let's see next January I will have been away from radio 2 years. That was my career for 10. I always felt like I knew it so well and that I should be able to be an IMAGING VOICE!

However up until now not much has come my way. My bread and sometimes butter is in Commercial work.

However recently I met up with a voice talent named Jeremy Ryan. That's what he does mostly. I sent him some dry tracks and low and behold the demos sound great. We have teamed up and hopefully 2009 will be the year I finally get back on the air. So to speak.

I'm looking forward to it! If any of you reading this are currently involved in IMAGING for radio and television and have any advice. It's more than welcome here.

Keep making that money and having fun doing it!


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Comment by Jeremy Ryan Creative on December 18, 2008 at 3:01pm
Your imaging demos sound great... but, who is that guy? Oh wait, that's me... nevermind.
Comment by Karen Carson on October 29, 2008 at 3:32pm
Well it couldn't hurt could it.

Comment by Joey Pepin on October 29, 2008 at 3:18pm
Get after it Karen!
I'm sure you'll do well in this arena. Send your new demos to the NY radio agents now, like Atlas and CESD.
They may want to sign you on the spot. Or not, but ya never know!

Comment by Karen Carson on October 29, 2008 at 9:58am
Thanks Jason, I don't think I've ever met a Production person with and ego. Do they exhist? Most are very nice. I'll keep you in mind when I'm ready to fly solo on my imaging. Right now I'm paired up with a production / voice guy and I would like to see what we can accomplish together.
Thanks for the invite.
Comment by VU - Founder - Zurek on October 28, 2008 at 9:51pm
There are a lot of great talent here with even more insight to add on, mine is just one ripple in the pond.
Comment by Karen Carson on October 28, 2008 at 9:32pm
Excellent advice Rick!
Thank you, I love this Site. Were else could I get such great information?
Comment by VU - Founder - Zurek on October 28, 2008 at 9:23pm

I voice over 40 stations in cities such as; Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Las Vegas and others. My suggestion to you is to try to keep it as real as possible. Though many will have that forced sound, what can separate you from others is the ability to voice act on the fly. In radio, just like voice acting, the true winners are communicators that can tap into ones emotions with mere words. Also, In "You Can Bank on Your Voice" Rodney Saulsberry says it best,"Never feel compelled to shout---The Mic is there to make you louder---The microphone should be an extension of you."

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