Kate McClanaghan and Jeff Finney discuss current trends and helpful techniques regarding the voice over industry, and also host interesting interviews with guests.
An Honest Thanksgiving
It’s no secret to anyone who knows me that Thanksgiving is my all-time favorite holiday. And the most enduring Thanksgiving Day memory I have began when I was fifteen, and, well…it’s a story that honestly may never end.
How to Overcome the Sophomore Slump
Listen to Actors’ SOUND ADVICE founder & author of The SOUND ADVICE Encyclopedia of Voiceover, Kate McClanaghan, offers insight and solutions regarding the ‘Sophomore Slump’, legendary for all manner of business, not just acting. But, as actors, as voice talent, weathering the all-too-common Sophomore Slump determines whether you will go on to have a career […]
Do You Consider Yourself a VOICE ACTOR?
Listen to SOUND ADVICE founder & author of The SOUND ADVICE Encyclopedia of Voiceover, Kate McClanaghan, offers insight into the fact that: • Those most likely to hire you see you as an actor and expect you to perform accordingly • A great many voice talent don’t have any acting experience, at least to begin with • […]
How To Handle a Hoarse Voice & Stay Healthy
As the saying goes, “The best defense is a strong offense.” And when it comes to your health that means eating well, getting plenty of rest, and maintaining a healthy routine. In a perfect world that would be easy. So, what do you do when we’re up against it? Listen up, my friend. This podcast […]
This is our final podcast offering in our month long homage to creepy storytelling and to Halloween. This is the remarkable result of gathering a few of my most talented friends a few years back after divvying up roles between the apple cider and donuts. We hope you enjoyed these stories we’ve presented all […]
The Silent Towns, adapted from Ray Bradbury’s “The Martian Chronicles”
This is our third recorded offering in our month long homage to great storytelling and to Halloween. This podcast is the remarkable result of gathering a few of my most talented friends in our LA studio one crisp night a few years back after divvying up roles between the apple cider and donuts, which I […]