The Female Voice

Been doing voice overs for over 18 years now and very lucky to have had some amazing voice overs from L’Oreal to Disney Channel and numerous amount of album ads thrown in for good measure.

What I love about voice overs is the fact you can go into the studio, do your thing and be out of there in an hour.

However when I first started recording the new voice for Vodafone (almost 7 years ago now) I had to record 20,000 employee names! The studio engineer Dom at The Sound Company patiently pressed play and record for up to 5 hours a day over a space of 2 weeks!

Love doing what I do and here’s just a small taster of me in action…..

In a world…..

http://mcasso.com/

Being a voice over artist for the last 18 years I’ve seen some amazing studios. Unfortunately because of the nature of the industry, many of those studios are now defunct. There are however many sound studios around London and unless you are in the industry you never know what’s behind a door! Today I ventured into McAsso Music (opposite Liberty’s) and behind a huge ornate door on the first floor is a fab studio run by the friendliest team of producers and engineers I’ve encountered. They always greet me with a kiss on both cheeks and we end up having the craziest of conversations (today’s conversation happened to be all about the new app ‘Digipill’ and the benefits of NLP!!)

McAsso compose, arrange and produce music and sound design and at the moment they have spent months working on the new Toyota ad. Today I went in there to record BBC Regions. I am the voice of about 12 regional BBC stations. Always good to know a fab sound company that are super accomodating.

headphone gal