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Voice Over classes this weekend at U of H Manoa Pacific New Media

Please join me this Saturday and Sunday, July 9 and 10 for two voice over classes. The first is Voice Overs, and you will get an overview of the voice over industry, and a chance to read commercial…Continue

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Started by Yumi Iwama Jul 5, 2016.

FOR BEAUTY IN DIFFERENCE

Looking for people (not necessarily MODELS) with what society considers "imperfections". So if you have a missing limb, are on a wheel chair, have an extremely skinny structure, have a big nose, big…Continue

Started by Filipa Margarida Pereira Jan 6, 2012.

Giant Monsters Attack Hawaii

I love Gonzilla's movies, and other Monster movies.Do you have the voice for the movie, and which character would the voice be for? How many voice over actor/actress/monsters do you…Continue

Started by Janet Horn-Tapia Jun 13, 2011.

Voice Demo Reel

Can anyone recommend someone to coordinate my voiceover reel here on Oahu? Mucho Mahalo! Lisa

Started by Lisa Barnes Apr 19, 2011.

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The Boy at the Window

Early on in my radio career, weekday afternoons at 3, I would enter the control room in the original KTSA building located at 4050 Eisenhauer Road in San Antonio, Texas, to do what I have always loved: radio. Around 3:40 pm a vision would appear at the studio window that I have never forgotten. As I turned to look out, there, amid a field of Texas Bluebonnets, was an 11 year old boy sitting on his bicycle with a small transistor radio taped to the handle bars. He would sit, watch, listen, laugh, and learn. Since no visitors were allowed in the control room, I would often go outside to say hello, offering him advice, encouragement and occasionally giving him record albums or movie passes. These gifts were not why he came. He wanted to be in radio one day. Shortly after 6 pm, as my show ended, he would wave goodbye, put up his bike’s kickstand, and roll off back home. In the summertime, while other children were spending the afternoon playing ball and swimming, he’d still appear at my window, often with a towel tied around his small neck and draped on his shoulders like Superman. He was a small boy with big dreams. Over the years, I had often wondered what ever became of him. Then, one day, decades later, I received an email that brought tears of joy to my eyes. The message was from “the kid at the window”, relating that after college graduation with a degree in communications, he landed his first job in radio, came up through the ranks, and was now the general manager of a radio station in upstate New York. He had made it. He was writing to say thank you for my positive influence and mentioned that he never passed up an opportunity to help a novice along the way. His letter served to remind me that we are never too young to dream and always in a position to inspire a fellow dreamer. It’s been said that the true symbol of success is two arms: one stretched up to reach for help and the other extended downward to help another. And, isn’t this true about anything we say and do around other human beings? We teach and help by the most powerful method ever known: Our actions. Albert Schweitzer  once wrote, “Example is not the main thing in influencing others, it is the only thing.”As you reach for your personal dream daily, may you take heart and pride in knowing that someone is always watching.See More

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Comment by Ceeu on April 12, 2010 at 6:25pm
Hey everybody I just joined and was excited to see a site for vocal artist. I am a producer myself and would never attempt to sing without autotune, so if anybody needs beats or needs to lay tracks down in the studio hit me up on my page.
Comment by Cyndi Mayo Davis on March 29, 2010 at 8:17am
If you send me an email I can give you a link to my demo..thanks. Cyndi
Comment by Eric West on March 27, 2010 at 2:11pm
Craigslisting for male and female voice over

Voice Over Talent (Hawaii)
Date: 2010-03-21, 10:24AM HST
Reply to: gigs-62hjq-1654606287@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

Looking for voice over talent for an upcoming audio presentation. We need men and women voices. You can see the openings at http://blog.newfiction.com - look the tab that says "Submit Voice Sample".
You can work from your own studio.

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Comment by Eric West on March 27, 2010 at 2:06pm
Craigslisting for female voice over on Maui

Need talent for voice overs with promotional movie (Maui, HI)
Date: 2010-03-15, 12:31PM HST
Reply to: gigs-muakv-1645718335@craigslist.org

I am creating a promotional movie for a resort in West Maui. Need a woman with a nice soothing voice to do voice overs over video footage. Total time invested into the voice overs will probably not be more than 2 to 3 hours. Will pay a flat rate of $125 for the time invested into project. Can pick you up or you can meet me. Need to be available sometime between March 26th and March 30th. Please email back with details about yourself, whether you've done work in this field before, etc.
Curtis

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