Category Archives: VO Resources

Nikki VO ResourcesVoice Acting

I’ve long been a fan of the For Dummies books published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. because they make learning accessible and unintimidating. This is true again with the recently published Voice Acting For Dummies. Written by Stephanie Ciccarelli and David Ciccarelli, founders of Voices.com, Voice Acting for Dummies covers voice acting basics, creating voice over […]

Voice Acting For Dummies Preview

I’ve long been a fan of the For Dummies books published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. because they make learning accessible and unintimidating. This is true again with the recently published Voice Acting For Dummies. Written by Stephanie Ciccarelli and David Ciccarelli, founders of Voices.com, Voice Acting for Dummies covers voice acting basics, creating voice over […]

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Profile: Resnick Interactive Group

Meet Todd Resnick. Todd is CEO at Resnick Interactive Group, a voice over casting company he started in 2000. Resnick Interactive is a full-service voice over company specializing in voice over recording, voice over directing and voice over production for today’s animation, advertisements and games.Todd is a business owner, teacher, producer, engineer, casting director with fifteen […]

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Voiceover Training: Recording Voice Overs

Today, there’s a lot of great voiceover training available that teaches people how to actually do voice overs, even specific types of voice over. Well, sure!  But given the nature of the industry, it’s also essential to learn about recording voice overs. Like many of my colleagues, I’ve gotten a lot of piecemeal training in […]

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Voice Talent Productions Blog

My good friend Erik Sheppard decided that he could no longer keep his opinions to himself. (Well, it is an election year.)  So he launched a blog over at Voice Talent Productions. His posts are wise and funny and I’m not just saying that because he wrote a glowing one about my design work. (Love […]

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YouTube: Tool for Voice Actors

One job lead wanted a Mae West voice for museum video narrations; another audition asked for the copy delivered like Madonna’s sound in Justify My Love. A lot of voice actors have the ability to impersonate some great voices. They just need to prime the pump. Like other voice artists, I can mimic a couple […]

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Red Book Specs for Voiceovers

Some clients want “red book specs” and dry recordings (just your voice; no music or sound effects). Red book specs are standard for CD quality audio files: 2 channel, 44k, 16 bit. Although you can record good audio at red book specs, you can generally record cleaner audio at 24 bit and then adjust the […]

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