Okay. So I created a scary sound scape track with a VO for an event. I posted the original track only. It was really fun to make and I had a great time doing it! Go to sound cloud to hear the track. Hopefully soon, I’ll purchase extra gigabytes to play audio. Enjoy on Sound Cloud!
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Love me some Dave Fennoy! Well, if you do as well, here is a real that showcases his work as well. Enjoy!
Stevie Vallance, an Emmy winner, has a lot of information to give about animation, cartoons, and character work.
Check out her work on YouTube:
Stevie’s website is http://www.stevievallance.com
An artist friend, Jeffrey Adler in Atlanta, GA, has a great website that I would like to share. He drew a charcoal drawing of me that I really like as well for a singing demo of mine. I sang some of his pieces that he wrote. The charcoal drawing was done in 2004. Jeffrey also did some panels for me for a holiday program that showcased Hanukkah, Christmas (sacred & secular) and Kwanzaa principles. It’s beautiful work. I’ll showcase those at another time. Check out his website below:
This is a video by Paul Strikwerda. Take a look at it and decide for yourself. It’s an honest take that folks will appreciate when and if a person decides to forge ahead.
So…I posted a video about how to build a portable vocal booth. Well, my friend, Gerald Griffin, owner of Voiceover City Atlanta, built it for me. Custom-made is cool. A few minor adjustments were made (instead of fiberglass material, a wool substitute was used). I sent voice samples to George Whittam with Voice Over Studio Tech in Burbank, CA and the sound had improved by the company’s standards. Nice. The project wasn’t too expensive, and It also fits nicely in my recording office, so I’m very happy with this project. See pics! Kim