Discover the Biggest Game Changer in Voice Over in 20 Years!

We should celebrate.  I’m not kidding. Here’s why: Can you imagine being booked on a voice over job and the client is connecting and recording you from your home recording set up, as meager as it may be, and ending up with a professional final … [Read more...]

How to Transition from Radio to Voice-over

It’s a common misconception that if you’re in radio then you must be an established voice-over, when in fact, they are two separate and very different worlds.  The truth is if you are in radio—it’s very likely you wish you were in voice-over. … [Read more...]

Why IMPROV Matters to Your Performance

Discover our most current SOUND ADVICE PODCAST! - CLICK HERE -   Kate McClanaghan, Inc. © 2013. All Rights Reserved   … [Read more...]

How to Offer the Most Creative Voice Over Options

Three cities, ONE podcast: from Los Angeles, our founder, Kate McClanaghan; from Chicago, our Head of Production, Jeff Finney; from Orlando, radio personality and avid SOUND ADVICER, Skip Mahaffey How to offer the most creative options The SOUND … [Read more...]

How to Art Direct Your Graphics
for Voice-over, Part 2

It’s imperative when presenting yourself as a professional voice talent today you have a complete professional package.  This means having an effective logo to help forward your name as a brand.   When working with a graphic artist here’s the most … [Read more...]

How to Art Direct Your Graphics
for Voice-over, Part 1

It’s imperative when presenting yourself as a professional voice talent today you have a complete professional package.  This means having an effective logo to help forward your name as a brand.   You need to think like an advertiser.  For instance, … [Read more...]

Actor Contracts 101, Part 2

It’s been said that common sense is far from common. So stick to the basics and you’ll avoid a lot of unnecessary issues.  For instance, there are basically three things you need to keep in mind when you are booked on a gig and faced with signing a … [Read more...]

Actor Contracts 101, Part 1

It’s been said that common sense is far from common. So stick to the basics and you’ll avoid a lot of unnecessary issues.  For instance, there are basically three things you need to keep in mind when you are booked on a gig and faced with signing a … [Read more...]

Voice-over Vs. Radio Work, Part 2

‘What’s Your Rate?’ Professional voice-overs have only recently had to ponder the question, “What’s your rate?”  Historically that’s a question a talent agent answers, not the talent. Yet in radio circles, where they are familiar with writing, … [Read more...]

Voice-over Vs. Radio Work, Part 1

It’s a common misconception that if you’re in radio then you must be in voice-over, when in fact, they are two separate and very different worlds.  The truth is if you are in radio—it’s very likely you wish you were in voice-over. The truth is … [Read more...]