Narrating short fiction is always exciting and fun. While not as much of a marathon as narrating an audiobook, the challenges are much the same. Short fiction narration requires the same decisions to be made regarding performance. This is a very brief piece of narration I hope you will enjoy.
Audiobook narration is something I really enjoy. As a voracious reader and sometimes writer its pretty obvious that I love a good tale. Within the genre of audiobook narration for voiceover talent, I have a special fondness for anthologies and short story collections. Which brings me to a recent release on Audible that I wasContinue reading “Recent Release: Seven Tales (of Blood and Beauty) by Wayne Kyle Spitzer”
With Christmas just past I’m buckling down on a couple of projects due before the end of the year, including the recording of a horror anthology for Stitched Smile Publications, an indie press. Really good stuff. I have to admit that the temptation was very strong this season to supplement my trusty Sennheiser MKH 416.Continue reading “An Unfair Comparison”
This week I’m finishing up a short novella I’m producing through ACX, the Audiobook Creation Exchange, and as I finished the recording aspects and move into mastering I had a moment when I had my recording setup near my photography setup (I’m also a professional photographer).
Voiceover Dispatch; September 13th, 2017 I’m a few days into the audiobook production of a novella, and that has me thinking about the things I enjoy about long form narration…and some things I don’t. One thing that anyone who has recorded an audiobook for eventual purchase knows that, pardon the cliche, it’s a marathon, notContinue reading “Voiceover Dispatch, September 13th 2017”
There’s one aspect to doing voiceover that becomes readily apparent the more you get into the life; practice makes perfect. The idea that your voice is an instrument is not only a hackneyed saying, it’s the complete truth.