Our water heater died last week. Sniff. Not only that, it was kinda leaking everywhere. After two days of hoping my husband’s efforts with the wet-vac would buy us some time (ha!), I knew I had to call in an expert. So what to do? Audition plumbers? Post a project and consider dozens of prospective […]
Randye Kaye reviews “Vocal Booth on Tracks.” I now have my own recording “room” – and, even better, I can whisk its “walls” aside whenever I need to.
“Designer voice talents” make a client’s work easier, and the final product something to be really proud of. And that pays off, in many ways, in the long run. That’s the value.
There are so many roles to play in the business of voice-over, it can be hard to get back in touch with the basics – the love of simply bringing words to life. That’s the easy fun of it – and the rest? We can find some fun there too.
Two weeks from now I’ll be back with fellow Voice Talents, this time in Charlotte, NC. My name is Randye and I am a frequent faffer. (everybody all together: “Hi, Randye!”) Why? Why spend hard-earned voiceover income on plane fare, hotel lodging, and a registration fee? WIIFM? (“What’s in it for me….?”) Oh, so much. […]
When you go that extra mile for your voice over client?you strengthen your relationship. And you may see some awesome new scenery along the way
Planting seeds for the future: article I wrote for Technorati about how book finally got published – and these principles apply to Voice Over as well – or any goal.
What is the “sound” first impression of your business? When a potential customer calls on the phone, accesses that explainer video on you-tube, or takes your virtual tour, do they hear the quality you want them to feel? That’s the question for many small businesses, who don’t budget for a professional welcome or on-hold message […]
Sure, Voice Talents communicate all day – but often to imagined listeners, while we are alone in our VO studios. Yes, we have facebook, skype, google + hangouts, twitter, e-mail and (oh yeah) the phone…but there’s nothing like gathering together, face-to-face, to learn, laugh, gather inspiration and revel in the collective energy of one of […]
Are your voice over clients always “right”? This much I do know. The client has the right to ask you to voice the project any way they want. It is their baby, their vision. And then? Trust leads to more teamwork.