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A new site - DenverVoiceOver

As I'm a recent transplant to Colorado, I decided to create a new website focusing on my Denver-area clients and work - DenverVoiceOver.com!  I've been blessed to work with a variety of local clients and in local studios, and hopefully new possibilities wil arise thru this effort.  I'm a big fan of the "support local" movements, and anyone needing voice over talent in the Denver area can hit me up :)


VO 2015 - an Infographic

My voice over work covers such a wide range of industries and types, I thought it would be fun to visualize everything in the form of an infographic.  I'll be sharing this with current and potential clients, as well as my agents friends.  

The 2015 Voice Over Infographic!  How can I help your business grow?

Click to see the image in higher resolution!


Kettle Pizza Insert ad

Once in a while I get cast in such a fun gig I just have to share it.  This came through a wonderful agent of mine and was an absolute delight to record.  The specs called for "a dorky dad doing his best Barry White impression."  I definitely have the dorky dad part down, so I gave it my best shot and won the gig!

Ladies and gentlemen, warm up your sexy pizza ovens, because here is the Kettle Pizza Insert!


The Ultimate Recording Computer?

Many people in the voice over industry complain about the loudness of computers and hard drive fans.  You're trying to create the quietest environment possible, and here your computer's fan sounds like a leaf blower on steroids.  Most people, such as myself, keep their computer outside the booth, so the fan sound isn't really an issue.  Nevertheless, on my last setup I still installed a custom low-noise fan just to help keep the db down.  Some people record with their computer or hard drive in the booth with them, but then they need to make sure they're using a fanless computer and/or a SSD.

I've heard of "extreme PC cooling" before - submerging computers in oil (yes, I'm serious), running ice cold water tubes all over them, etc...but this one made my jaw drop, the creator claims it's "0 db," it uses water cooled tubes, and it's built with copper!  Perhaps a little overkill for my needs, but I like the steampunk!

Found via: PC World, a Great 10 Picture Slideshow


New Audio Book Website!

I just launched my new audio book focused website:  www.adamvernernarrator.com, with a new logo and great content!  This will be a place where I can interact with listeners and fans more easily.  There's a newsletter signup and blog there, as well, check it out!