Beverly Hills, CA
Beverly Hills, CA
I WORK IN THE VOICE OVER INDUSTRY AS A(N)
HERE'S A LITTLE ABOUT ME AND MY VOICE OVER EXPERIENCE
I started in radio and moved into voice overs while gradually phasing out my on air gig. My first big break was after moving to Los Angeles in the early 80's and voicing the trailers for early teen movies such as Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Porkys and others. The huge break happened 20 years ago this August when a little upstart network called, Fox hired me as their promo voice. Since then, I've primarily worked in promo for Fox, CBS, NBC and ABC. I voice syndication packages for network shows going into reruns and first run syndication as well. I'm proud to be a part of some pretty cool Live TV events like the Emmys and Grammys and I work as an in-show announcer for programs like Deal or No Deal, Extreme Makeover Home Edition and so on. I also am the image voice for local radio and TV stations around the country. All of that takes up about an hour a day. So, pretty much I'm bored the rest of the day and that's why Rick said why don't you start "Ask Joe."
RECENTLY BOOKED PROJECTS
Thank you Steve Stone for creating an incredible header for my page!
Upbeat, friendly and sometimes downright scary
AUDIO DELIVERY METHOD
ISDN, Source Connect, FTP, AIF, MP3, WAV
I'm following you on Twitter now. Hope to learn a lot from your tweeting.
I am about to order the M600 mic mount for my Sennheiser 416 as it sounds like the real deal. I was wondering why you chose not to utiilize it in your new studio?
Thank you. Yes, all is going very well. My very best to you. May you enjoy some time off this summer and much continued success.
Great tour of the new studio.. I too am in the midst of a remodel of the studio complex.. :) man.. what a process..
Take care man..
I just got an audition where they asked me to impersonate you. I told them I could try to impersonate your style of delivery and warm friendly tone....but there is no way I could impersonate your voice.
I'd like to send you the audition and see what you think of it.
Do you have a phone hybrid separate to it, or is it built into the system ? I'm looking at doing a phone patch situation, but having the phone as a mix minus so I can hear them on the B channel, while I record on the A, but hear both of us through the B on the headphones.
Right, that's my technical question quota for the year :)