Audio book narration demo
Childrens audio book narration demo2
- EQUITY RADIO RATES: Accepts standard rates
- AVAILABLE TODAY!
Under 24hr delivery
- AGE RANGE: Child, Teen, Young adult, Middle aged
- Native accent: England - Essex
- Gender: Female
Rebecca has a bright, friendly and confident quality to her voice. Her natural Essex accent is soft, but can be made more pronounced and her acting background and training make Rebecca a versatile voice actor.
Recently Rebecca has voiced two of Julie Creffield’s books which are now available to buy on Amazon, Audible and iTunes, but not only does Rebecca use her voice to put food on the table, she also volunteers her voice with The Mid-Essex Talking News. A talking newspaper sent out weekly to those in Essex who are blind or partially sighted.
Although an Essex girl, Rebecca has never owned a pair of white stilettos… BUT she does have her own home recording studio, so she is able to record and produce broadcast quality audio promptly.
By having her own car and excellent transport links, Rebecca can also travel to any studio.
Suitable for corporate, commercials, e-learning and any character voice work including animations and audiobooks.
Her estimated turnaround is 24 hours, however this depends on the specific job and it would be advisable to discuss this directly with her.Click here to post a free audition request - select my name in the preferred voice artist menu if you'd like auditions from me or voices similar to mine.
Home studio, SE-X1 USB Microphone,
Trained Actor in the UK, voicing Julie Creffield's audiobooks Scream if You Want to Run Faster and New Year Same You. Also the fictional The Witches Cavern audiobook, a selection of ghost stories from Marfa House. As well as Front of house announcements for Braintree Arts Theatre, phone messages for Immigration New Zealand and Training and Development Agency for Schools, University Tutor and Student in Animation 'It'll be alright', Penwith Local Radio advert for estate agent Kerb Appealz, Narrator in animation 'I'm a Star', Belinda in 'The Final Burger', a monologue for radio
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