Connie Terwilliger – ISDN Voice Talent

July 11, 2013

What did I say?

Filed under: Business, Recording — Tags: , , , — connieterwilliger @ 9:10 am

I just saw a blog post from my virtual voiceover friend and prolific blogger,Derek Chappell that made me laugh out loud. Just what kinds of situations do REAL working voiceover talent face as they go about the business of recording a script?

He posted three videos produced by voice actor, Paul J. Kinney, a San Francisco based talent. These are not only extremely well produced pieces, but each is a true reflection of what actually happens in directed voiceover sessions. These clips happen to be in a studio environment where the producer is just on the other side of the glass, but the same thing happens during phone patch sessions and ISDN sessions.

OK, they may be slightly exaggerated. But, I too am “guilty” as charged.

 

 
GUILTY

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3 Comments »

  1. I loved these too! hahaha

    Comment by Moe Rock (@MoeRockVP) — July 11, 2013 @ 9:47 am

  2. Thanks for the mention Connie. Weren’t these video’s the funniest thing you’ve seen! Although a ‘bit’ over the top, they we’re pretty dang realistic!!! Have a Great day! -Derek

    Comment by Derek Chappell (@DerekChappell) — July 11, 2013 @ 10:54 am

  3. Definitely well done videos and his sites are very clean and seem to work well. His main video had 777 hits for the 10th and half way through the 11th, he’s sitting at over 500 for the day. No doubt this thing is trending viral within the voice over community. It’s interesting that although this guy is in my own backyard, I’d never heard of him. But somebody from across the country finds him and posts his video and before you know it, a dozen more people are posting links and then I discover it.

    What kind of fruit this may bring to him, I can’t say, but I believe it will be stronger than his demos and credits put together times ten. It will be interesting to track his progress.

    Comment by J.S. Gilbert — July 11, 2013 @ 4:21 pm


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