ProComm Voices will be closed on Monday July 4th for the holiday, but we’d like to share this song written and performed by ProComm voice talent Mare Carmody. Mare says the song came to her from a dream she had about her former neighborhood in Suffolk, Virginia; the neighborhood where she and her husband bought their first house together and began to raise their two children. The photos were taken by family and friends in that neighborhood. Happy Fourth!
Sad news with the passing of Tom Keith, sound effects master on public radio’s “A Prairie Home Companion.” Here’s hoping his career inspired others to keep the magic of live radio going....Read More
You may recall the ‘Here’s to the Crazy Ones’ TV commercial that aired in 1997 to launch Apple’s Think Different campaign. Richard Dreyfuss provided the voice over. But did you know Steve Jobs provided the voice over for an early version that never aired? I stumbled across this on youtube the other day and thought it appropriate to share....Read More
The folks in Minot, North Dakota have seen some of the worst flooding in their history. ProComm Voices recently recorded a spot for Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota that aimed at helping those in need....Read More
Congratulations to Rodney Saulsberry for his recent nomination in the “Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series” category of The 42nd NAACP Image Awards for his role as a “Homeless Golden Voice” singer on the Bold and the Beautiful. The awards program will air live March 4th, 2011 on Fox. Rodney has been a successful voice […]...Read More
Straight from the UK, we’ve added some great new voices to the ProComm Voices talent roster. You’ll find them in our new British/ UK male voice talent and British/ UK female voice talent category pages on www.procommvoices.com. If you’re in need of a British or Scottish read for your next project, try out these voices: Mike […]...Read More
ProComm Voices producer Dan Friedman has penned his first book on the subject of voice overs. It’s called ‘Sound Advice: Voiceover from an Audio Engineer’s Perspective.’ As both a producer and a voice talent (most recently doing some nice work for Moe’s), Dan brings a different point of view to the subject of voice overs. […]...Read More