You’re probably in a hurry…

Most voice over projects are on tight deadlines. So let’s get to what you’re likely most interested in… a demo:

      Mike Klassen - eLearning_Corporate_Narration

(Right-click here and save the file if you’d like to download the MP3.)

Even with a demo and samples, one of the best ways to know if a voice is going to work for your project is to hear that voice reading some of your copy. For that reason, I invite you to get in touch so we can talk about a project-specific audition.

Just a bit about my background… there’s a communication and teaching thread that runs through my work. I spent many years on-air in a radio station newsroom, worked as a tech writer/editor at Microsoft, wrote and designed marketing material, and hosted educational podcasts. I’m also TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified, and have taught business-related topics on stage and in the classroom.

What I enjoy most is helping people to advance either personally or professionally. That’s why my focus is eLearning, Training, Explainer, Narration and Corporate voice over projects.

What Goes Into A Voice Over ProjectIf you’re new to hiring voice over talent, I hope you’ll download my free guide: So, What Goes Into A Voice Over Project? I’ll quickly walk you through some of the things a voice over talent does to turn your words into a great finished product, and your vital role in that process.

I believe strongly in a good fit, not just with the project, but with personalities. It’s crucial, especially when working on large projects.

If that’s also important to you, let’s have a quick chat. There’s no pressure or heavy-handed sales techniques. That’s not needed because after our conversation we’ll both have a pretty good idea whether or not we’re a good fit for each other. Thanks!