I’m delighted to announce that I now offer a comprehensive set of voiceover samples on the Voiceovers page of my web site. I’ve always had the commercial v/o demo available, but now I’ve added a host of others in a variety of categories, including eLearning, Documentary, Animation, World Dialects, and more. A number of the samples are tongue-in-cheek, so I hope you have as much fun listening to them as I did writing and recording them. In addition, the new samples have music by my old friend Elliot Sokolov, a fantastic composer and all-around great collaborator who has created music for film, television, and theatre.
To hear my new demos, click the Voiceovers link on my site, or click the microphone image on this post to visit that page. You will have the option of launching a nifty Flash menu that will allow you to mouse over each of the samples to hear them, or for those of you using devices unable to play Flash (like iPads/iPhones), you can launch the clips individually from the links provided on the Voiceovers page. Some of the clips contain more than one sample. NOTE: As the Flash file contains a total of 10 demo clips, it may take up to a minute to load on some systems.
Let me know what you think! And if you know of anyone seeking voiceover talent, please feel free to share the link to my Voiceovers page with them. Thanks! 🙂
A bit of background on the music in the new clips: Elliot and I were in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop together for a couple of years many moons ago, me as a lyricist/librettiest and Elliot for his music. Others in the class included Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, two other swell people who went on to become the team responsible for Ragtime and many other fine shows. Elliot and I lost touch over the years, until Facebook came along. We hooked up again, began chatting, and when I asked if he knew of anyone to do some sound editing/engineering for my new voiceover demos, he revealed that these are some of the services he offers now! So it was a great excuse to get back together and catch up after all these years, and meet his adorable puppy Augie. I think Elliot’s music works fantastically with my demo clips. If you want to know more about Elliot, or if you’d like to take advantage of his services as composer or sound engineer, I encourage you to visit his site by clicking here. He’s a great guy to work with, and can write just about any kind of music imaginable!