Need Voice Talent or Voice Actors?

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by procommss, Dec 7, 2004.

  1. procommss

    procommss Guest

    If you're looking for World Class voice talent
    or voice actors for any of your multimedia
    projects, visit ProComm Studio Services online at:

    www.procommss.com

    There are close to 400 searchable online demos in 28
    different categories you can stream right to your desktop.

    Clients receive extremely quick turnaround, have their
    own secure, online jobs database and can even direct
    and stream sessions over the Internet. FTP'd jobs are
    archived and don't disappear from our server.
     
    procommss, Dec 7, 2004
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  2. procommss

    Ty Ford Guest

    Or, if you suffer easily from decision stress, try the V/O demos on my site.
    We can work long distance and I can FedEx, email or upload files to you.

    Or...

    I currently have a client in Bermuda (I'm in Baltimore). We do live voice
    over IP confabs via iCHAT during the session, so we can talk without long
    distance charges.

    I record on Pro Tools. He listens to my mic and Pro Tools playback over
    iCHAT. When he hears a take he likes, I drag and drop it on his name and it's
    transferred to his hard drive while we continue to talk.

    Or....

    Last week I did audio post sweetening session for a TV :60 for him. He sent
    me the files via iCHAT. I created a Pro Tools session, imported the files,
    edited and mixed and added some music hits to the music track he sent and
    sent the finished mix back to him. Very cool. 2.5 hours work cost him only
    $200, including the extra music work.

    That's as exotic as I get, but I also have old-fashioned ISDN.

    I can also do a nice job of cleaning up buggered location sound if it's not
    too badly buggered. Upload or email me the track and I'll fix it, if I can,
    and send it back.

    Regards,

    Ty Ford

    -- Ty Ford's equipment reviews, audio samples, rates and other audiocentric
    stuff are at www.tyford.com
     
    Ty Ford, Dec 8, 2004
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