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19 April 2011
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Audio Production
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Room Acoustics Series… Thanks Recording Magazine

“Sound Advice” Series From Recording Magazine Recording Magazine sends out a newsletter to its subscribers every few weeks. The newsletter is (coincidentally) titled “Sound Advice” and this month it features the first in a series about room acoustics. As you will read, room acoustics is one of the biggest concerns for Recording Magazine readers. I […]


13 April 2011
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Sound4VO News
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Change Is Good

Change Is Good By Dan Friedman Since returning from Italy a couple of weeks ago, I’ve been dealing with a trademark issue regarding the name of my website. While I won’t express my thoughts about the need for this change or even get into the specifics, I will say that it is great to know […]


16 March 2011
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Use Your Voice, But Be Careful What You Say

Use Your Voice, But Be Careful What You Say Use your voice, but be careful what you say. Gilbert Gottfried was not so careful, and he tweeted himself out of a VO gig. Tasteless comments he posted on Twitter about the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan led Aflac to fire him as the voice of the […]


11 March 2011
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Sound4VO News
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Is Creativity in Commercials Making a Comeback?

Is Creativity in Commercials Making a Comeback? By Dan Friedman For a long time, I’d say the last couple of years at least, it seemed that there was a lack of creativity in commercials. The vast majority of scripts I was recording, mixing, or voicing were simple voice and music spots. Lately though, I’ve noticed […]


3 March 2011
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Sound4VO News
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Growing Talent

Growing Talent – My Child Voiceover Artist My 8yr old son is a child voiceover artist, and today he had a VO gig. He’s been doing this since he was 5. In those early days, before he could read, I would sit in the booth with him, read the line and he would “parrot” the lines back […]

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