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.
Take a look at your last ten voice-over jobs – or, if you are just starting out, think about another business venture you had that was successful, or even your solid friendships. You may find that the “secret” to that success is as simple as ASF: Ask Show Up Follow Up Sales experts talk frequently […]
Want more Voice-Over success in 2013? Join the club. So do you have a plan, or a Plan with a capital P? The difference is in the HOW and the when – and activation energy.
The voice talent often sets up what will soon come (visually or otherwise), or subtly comment on what has come before. In these cases, we may need to use our “introducing…!” delivery, our our “ta-da!” voice.
wow, remember live people? Here’s an eye-opening article from PC World that provides a reality check re social media. Right now I’m working facebook, twitter, and the voiceover boards, since my first session today isn’t until 2 pm. Yep, 80% of the VO business is spent marketing (well, that’s one statistic I heard) – so […]
Just finished a corporate/technical narration ? at home, so that means editing as well as voicing. Final product almost 15 minutes. After the first listen, I corrected a few obvious things (self-direction has its flaws, so then it?s time to take off the narrator hat and put on the director/engineer persona ? adding even more […]
Technorati Tags: randye?kaye,elizabeth?chatsworth Had the pleasure of announcing names of riders as they bicycled over the finish line yesterday at the Connecticut Challenge for Cancer ? I think over $800,000 was raised, thanks to the brave souls who rode 10,12, 25, 50, even 100 miles to raise the dough.? Susan Saks, Elizabeth Chatsworth and I […]