Voice Overs, Voice Acting
My voice has a deep, rich quality suitable for documentary film and audio book narration, while being versatile enough to provide an upbeat read for a kid's commercial or a dark read as a villain.
Quick service. Very responsive to direction.
I enjoy storytelling and working to achieve your goal.
Gosh! My latest gig, a radio spot for the great Tony Sarno blues band known as the Thunderhawks who did a benefit concert in Laconia, NH, for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society on September 22nd. 2012, Tony had this to say on Facebook...
15 hours ago
I would also like to thank Iggy Makarevich for doing an excellent voiceover on the radio spot. He’s great to work with, and he’ll do a wonderful job if you need a voiceover artist.
It was a lot of fun and Tony was great and it was for a great cause to boot... hear it right here, with and without the Labatt’s sponsorship tag at the end. Final mixes by Tony Sarno.
And on the gig before that, for a Joseph Ribkoff internal training piece, resulted in this comment (translated from French Canadian) from the end user to my client...
“Oh heavens! This man’s voice is of sublime! Thank you. I am very grateful to be standing if subtracted later.”
Demos and Clips
- “Mostly Ghostly” 0:17
- “Friendly Planet” 0:16
- “Nintendo Bubble Tape Big Score” 0:12
- “Rachel Is Just A Child” 0:16
- “Nick Jr. Family Magazine” 0:10
- “Yoga Samadhi” 0:17
download mp3 1.99MB 00:01:29
- “Abraham Lincoln” 0:18
- “Opening A Can Of Worms” 0:17
- “To Review Messages” 0:08
- “Rocky & Bullwinkle” 0:13
- “Lt. Porter Farley” 0:19
download mp3 1.77MB 00:01:17
and... there’s more.
here’s a new one-liner demo.
You might like these clips:
client: 1C Publishing’s trailer for the “Men of War” video game’s site demo.
source: José Antonio Mazón
Two of 16 clips ... “Alarm Talk” and “Don't Fire” plus “King's Bounty,” a game audition (00:30)
And here are: an audition at Edge Studio for Mead Products “Five Star Flex” notebook (00:34) and two files for my client J. Walker, Art Director, “Phoenix Insurance” (00:15) and “Escalator shot” (00:15)
I’ll gladly help you out with any of the following:
- Documentaries, audiobooks and other long recordings.
- Dubbings and voice acting for TV, films, video games, websites.
- Jingles and songs.
- Commercials for TV, radio and other short recordings.
- Phone and voice systems including on-hold messages.
I am in the CT/NYC metro area.
Training + Delivery
I trained at Edge Studio in Fairfield, CT and completed an intensive program. My coach was Tom Filogomo, a talented musician, producer, engineer and voice over expert. I’ve also benefited from David Goldberg’s sharp talent, wisdom and experience.
I will be happy to send you auditions and completed project files in wav, mp3 or aiff via email or ftp; or, although it is probably not possible, record in person at your studio of choice.
My voice will take this path to get to you: -» sE pop filter -» ElectroVoice RE20 mic -» handmade Canare/Neutrik audio cable -» Cloud Microphones Cloudlifter CL-1 -» handmade Canare/Neutrik audio cable -» Symetrix 528E channel strip -» handmade Canare/Neutrik audio cable -» Echo AudioFire2 digital audio interface -» a very nice Firewire cable -» Boxx Technologies 3DBOXX 5404 workstation -» Sony Sound Forge 9 -» FTP or email.
In Memoriam: The Voice
750,000 television spots, 5,000 movie trailers, 1 voice, Don LaFontaine had the most recognizable voice in the game - and so it remains. Here is the legend's story told by none other than the legend himself.
R.I.P. Don LaFontaine (1940-2008)