Neil is a seasoned Midwestern American baritone voice actor with many practiced accents (Irish, Indian, Southern US, etc) and character development skills. A veteran radio announcer and commercial voice actor, he has been in producing readings and audio for nearly 40 years. Audio book credits include reads for academia, kid lit and tweens, mysteries, and hard-boiled fiction among others. A native of Ohio, he was raised in Maryland, Illinois, and Michigan, and has worked station to station from New York to Tennessee and Minnesota and more.
With a background in radio production, adding sound effects, music backgrounds, and more are easily tailored to each story.
$225 per finished hour (estimated) plus licensing fees for music and/or sound effects.
Depending on complexity of the read and music/sound effects, Neil is usually in the 3-4 finished hours per week range, but there is opportunity for a faster return.
Keith has been a professional narrator for over 5 years, and has recorded more than 50 audiobooks. He
have been trained in the art of narration by such exemplars as Pat Fraley, Johnny Heller, Paul
Ruben, and Shannon Parks, among others.
Keith possesses a mid tenor voice, and is skilled in a variety of accents and dialects, such as Irish, British, Southern, New York, Mid-Atlantic, German, Spanish, and an assortment of others. In addition, he have a strong repertoire of characters and creature sounds that he performs.
Between $200-$250 PFH. His rate is based on the length of the project, the number of different characters performed, and how extensive the prep work may require.
Keith typically completes a 10-hour finished audiobook within 3 weeks.
Todd can provide that warm and sincere style read that gives the listener a sense of trust and ease. His experience ranges from being the voice of the US Air Force Code of Conduct manual, to adventure promos for DC Comics. Non fiction is his specialty.
$200 per finished hour of audio, which includes editing out mistakes, proper spacing and breaths.
Turnaround time is usually one week per two hours of finished audio.