Voice Registry Podcast-Tracy Pattin Talks To Warner Bros. Sound Supervisor Michael Lawshe & New Media Expert Doug Welch

August 5th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Internet radio play, “Prelude To A Revolution” about the American Revolution and the lead up to the signing of The Declaration of Independence was created, written and produced by Keri Dearborn, Michael Lawshe, Rosanne Welch and Doug Welch. Warner Brothers Sound Supervisor, Michael Lawshe and New Media expert Doug Welch talk about their internet radio projects and the impact of New Media...

Voice Registry Podcast-Tracy Pattin Talks Once Again To The Voice Over Doctor (part 3)

July 29th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Bill Holmes is “The Voice Over Doctor” in Voice Registry’s NEW podcast series. The “Doctor” will be taking voice over students through the paces of an audition, from a cold read to a hot performance. Bill is an award winning director who has freelanced with casting houses over the past 15 years including, The Voicecaster, Sight n’ Sound Casting, Sheila Manning Casting,...

“Out Of The Booth and Away From The Mic” How Do We Do It? Part 2

July 24th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Yesterday’s blog post was a Q&A I did with Voice Actor/New Media guy Wayne L. Henderson. I asked him how he got into New Media and how his voice over career was impacted. In part 2 I continue with my Q&A asking Wayne about New Media voice over jobs and what tips he has for voice actors. -Tracy Pattin TJP: What kinds of VO jobs have you gotten because of your New Media (blog) presence? WLH:...

“Out Of The Booth and Away From The Mic” How Do We Do It?

July 23rd, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
The Voice Over world is changing just like so many industries in this economic climate. As I always love to say, We need to think out of the booth and away from the mic. One way is to jump into the world of New Media; blogs, podcasts, internet advertising, etc. Wayne Henderson is doing just that. He’s a Voice Actor and Podcaster, and involved in the Social Networking landscape and various blogs...

Voice Registry Podcast-Tracy Pattin Talks To “The Voice Over Doctor” Part 2

July 22nd, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Bill Holmes is “The Voice Over Doctor” in Voice Registry’s NEW podcast series. The “Doctor” will be taking voice over students through the paces of an audition, from a cold read to a hot performance. Bill is an award winning director who has freelanced with casting houses over the past 15 years including, The Voicecaster, Sight n’ Sound Casting, Sheila Manning Casting,...

Voice Registry Podcast- Tracy Pattin Talks To “The Voice Over Doctor”: Part 1)

July 15th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Bill Holmes is “The Voice Over Doctor” in Voice Registry’s NEW podcast series. The “Doctor” will be taking voice over students through the paces of an audition, from a cold read to a hot performance. Bill is an award winning director who has freelanced with casting houses over the past 15 years including, The Voicecaster, Sight n’ Sound Casting, Sheila Manning...

Voice Registry Podcast- Tracy Pattin Talks To New Media Expert Doug Welch

July 8th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Doug Welch has been podcasting since September 24, 2004, making him a veteran in the New Media industry. He is the founder of the New Media Interchange and is the producer and co-host of Mortgages Made Simple with Rick Gundzik. He also co-teaches with his TV writer wife, Rosanne Welch, at UCLA for Podcast and New Media for Writers, a 10-week course educating writers and others how podcasting, YouTube,...

Voice Registry Podcast- Tracy Pattin Talks To Corporate Exec Turned Voice Actor, Margaret Lorenz

July 1st, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Margaret Lorenz is a professional voice-over actor doing work in TV and radio commercials, industrials, animation, and documentaries. Some of her many clients include Apple, Macy’s, The Gap and Yahoo. Margaret is an avid snow skier (the steeper the better) and she loves traveling. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version...

Voice Registry Podcast- Tracy Pattin Talks Again To Improv Expert Bill Applebaum: Part 2

June 24th, 2008 by Tracy Pattin 
Bill Applebaum worked and studied Improvisation in Chicago with Del Close and Paul Sills. He worked onstage as a writer/performer at The Second City Theater in Chicago. Bill founded the Actors Improv Studio in Los Angeles and has been teaching Improv for the last 15 years. The Actors Improv Studio has a unique approach to improv these days that focuses on how improv helps people become better actors...