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Jan 13, 2011
Nathan Mackey left a comment for katie leigh
"Merry Christmas to you and your family, Katie. Say hello to Connie for me."
Dec 17, 2009
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Nathan Mackey sitting in a North American P-51D Mustang
Dec 17, 2009
Nathan Mackey posted photos
Sep 23, 2009
Nathan Mackey commented on Bob Souer's event Carolina Voiceover Get-together
"Wish I could attend, the whole 9-5 thing, you know! Hope you guys have a great time."
Sep 22, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for Martie
"Happy birthday! I hope it's a great one for you, Martie!"
Aug 29, 2009
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Flying to Myrtle Beach in a friend's Piper Cherokee 235..
Aug 26, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for Bob Souer
"You won! I'm not surprised at all! Congratulations my most excellent friend!"
Aug 20, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for Rodney Scot Stoner
"Did they give you a 9 G pin? I'm going to AirVenture Oshkosh (Wisconsin), the world's biggest fly-in in 11 days and I am pumped!!!"
Jul 18, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for Rodney Scot Stoner
"You took a ride with the T-birds? Awesome! I have seen them perform many times.Awesome! I fly a U-10A Helio Super Courier from the Vietnam era. It's not as fast as an F-16 but we can get off the ground in about 100 feet and fly as slow as 30 mph."
Jul 18, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for katie leigh
"Getting my online fix of AIO this morning! Thought I'd say hi. I hope you are well. Trying to find some time to work on some new demos, better ones at that. Blessings to you! "He who loves a pure heart and whose speech is gracious will have the king…"
Jul 18, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for Bob Souer
"Howdy, Bob! How are you? Plugging away on this end. Just finished summer school and am relaxing for a little while. Going to the big airshow in Oshkosh at the end of the month. Should be AWESOME!!!"
Jul 11, 2009
Nathan Mackey commented on Jon Bailey's video
"Great Hal Douglas! Thought he was really in my speakers. He and Will Lyman are my favorites."
May 23, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment on Christian Voice Actors
"Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.

- Colossians 3:16"
May 9, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment for Terry Callahan
"Happy Birthday, Terry! Have fun and be good!"
May 9, 2009
Nathan Mackey left a comment on Christian Voice Actors
"Great to find a group of Christian voiceover artists. Lookin' good guys!"
May 9, 2009

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  • Hi Nathan!

    I know you’ve been a member of Voiceover Universe for some time, but I wanted to introduce one of our groups to you.

    I hope you'll check out and join a group called MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT. It's a group dedicated to discussing ways we can market ourselves - what works; what doesn't. You’ll find some very interesting ideas and concepts there! And we would appreciate your input. Click here for the link: MARKETING FOR FUN AND PROFIT!

    Thanks for your time! I trust our paths will cross soon!

    Best to ya!

    dan (daniel eduardo) hurst
  • Thank you, Nathan. Glad to be your friend.
  • Glad to have you as a VOU friend!
  • HI Nathan. You seem like you'd be fun to work with!
    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
    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…
  • that is a beautiful verse...thanks for sending it my way. blessings to you too!
  • very cool...thanks for the comment. The Thunderbirds were great to fly with. I also flew with the Top Gun fighter school and they allowed me to take the controls of the F-16 in Texas. We took up 3 F-16s and I got to do several maneuvers. It was a blast and the G forces HURT!! I pulled 9.2 with the black-out or sickness. Sweet ride.
  • Welcome Nathan!
    If you're ever wanting a lesson in cartoon voice acting, let me know. Glad to help out.
  • Hi Nathan, welcome to VU, and thanks for the friend request. I get down to Charlotte now and then as my older sister lives in Concord (it's about 5 hours from my home in Richmond). I can't possibly improve on Joe's advice below. Just keep your chin up and practice constantly and you'll be all right.
  • Hello Nathan,
    Thanks for the friend request. I wish you all the luck in your voiceover career. In this business, luck is almost more important than talent! Just as a good education and command of English, and its nuances, is more important than a good voice.
    Talent and pipes are great things to have, but without luck you wont get many chances to use them and, without skills, they wont get you very far. So don't listen to how you sound. Focus on your delivery. Don't imitate someone else (outside of requested celebrity impressions).
    Be yourself. Study the different styles you do naturally: how you talk to a beautiful woman, or the kid who broke your window, or the friend who just asked for advice. There are dozens of Nathan Mackeys in you. Find them, learn how to become them whenever you need to, and be sure they are "real", not self-impressions.
    The most important advice I can give is to understand every script! If you don't, there is no way you're going to deliver it's message to a listener. You'll know you've figured out how to read the "message", rather than just the script, when you correct typos on the fly, without being aware of it!
    Your job is to deliver the message. Most of the time, if well written, the words of the script simply become the most convenient way to pass it on. A good exercise would be to read a script a few times, become familiar with everything about it, put it out of sight, and then deliver the message in your own words, with no time constraints. Practice, practice, practice!
    You should visit these Charlotte studios: Groundcrew, Charles Holloman Productions, and Concentix. Talk to whoever is available, and tell ‘em it was my suggestion. They’ll either welcome you or kick you out!
    Good luck.
  • Welcome Nathan! Good Luck!
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