Byron Wagner left a comment on Tech Notes for Voice Talent
"Victoria, you don't. The cost and result of doing so are significantly worse than buying another non-USB mic."
Jun 19, 2011
Byron Wagner left a comment on Tech Notes for Voice Talent
"Get a family size roll of Reynolds Wrap and roll yourself in foil like a Thanksgiving gobbler, LOL!

Actually, it all depends on whether it's conducted or radiated - RFI just stands for Radio Frequency Interference. Give me a call to discuss, you…"
Feb 3, 2011
Byron Wagner left a comment on Tech Notes for Voice Talent
"Hey Ed!
 
Didn't you just move into the Marina? Measure the periodicity. Odds are you're getting whacked by a rotating radar antenna. If it's easy, take the rig somewhere else in the building (especially the basement) or somewhere else entirely and…"
Feb 3, 2011
Byron Wagner left a comment for Ellen Dubin
"A pleasure watching you work tonight. :-)"
Feb 25, 2010

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  • Hi Byron,

    It was a pleasure meeting you in Richard Horvitz's Voice2010 workshop. You displayed amazing animation skills and are very talented. Continued good luck with VO and please keep in touch in the future. Also thanks for the tip regarding Indigene and possible Medical Narration work.

    All the best!

    Pat
  • Hey Byron, Glad to connect with you, see ya soon.
    -Terry
  • Pleasure finally meeting and working with you last night. I'm sure we'll cross paths many, many times. Great work.
  • Back at you baby!!!
  • Hey Bryon was great to see you work too! R U going for Looping big time now?
    MJ
  • Yo Byron! How's it going? :)
  • Good to hang with you the other night at the W Byron....you crack me up!
    :-)
    JT
  • Hey Byron,
    You survived! It was so fun meeting you at the mixer. I'm glad you found my page and look forward to keeping in touch and hanging out again at VOICE 2010. I do hope you're going.
  • Hi Bryon...applause and bonus points for dialects and eccents!
    Welcome to VU. You're in good company here!

    I wish you the best of success in all your adventures! I'd love you to join my group Ask a Casting Director. There's a lot of useful info that might help you there.

    I'm a Casting Director and experienced actor (4 octave range) for Video Games and more. It's a unique genre, unlike any other that requires a lot of differentiation in voices because there are so many parts with so few lines each. It requires a huge vocal repertoire. If you feel you're experienced as a voice actor with a lot of diverse and useable characters, and you can hit the ground running, you can go to my Talent Assessment page. Classes and coaching links are also there, if you'd like more instant help to get where you need to be to land those jobs.

    Stay Super!

    Lani Minella
    AudioGodz
    Ask a Casting Director
    I've cast hundreds of computer games and directed thousands of actors. Voice acting is much more demanding than voice overs. Happy to help anyone i…
  • Hi there, Byron!

    I’m delighted to be one of the first to welcome you to the UNIVERSE! You've joined a terrific group of very talented and generous people. You’ll love it here!

    I'd also like to invite you to join my VoiceOver Universe Group, Positive Thinkers UNITE!

    We welcome all creative, positive voices to join us – hope you’ll count yourself among us!

    Best wishes for your continued success!

    Sincerely,
    Penny Abshire

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    VoiceActing.com
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