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IVR Demo ADAM DUBEAU
- STUDIO PATCH: Skype, Phone patch
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Under 12hr delivery
- AGE RANGE: Young adult, Middle aged
- Accent origin: Canada - Alberta
- Gender: Male
A quality voiceover project starts with an idea, and doesn’t end until my clients are completely satisfied. I pledge to you that when hired to voice your project, I will not rest until you have a voiceover that you are thrilled with. Customer satisfaction is my number one priority at all times. I appreciate good service as a consumer, and as a service provider I will go the extra mile to make sure you get what you pay for and more!
A WARM, GENUINE, PROFESSIONAL VOICE WITH A “GUY NEXT DOOR” CHARM:
Adam’s voice has a very versatile style and is well suited for many commercial voiceover projects such as animation, corporate training tutorials, explainer videos, sizzle reels, commercials, industrials, narrations, training videos, internet videos, tv projects, educational scripts, IVR prompts, on-hold messages, tutorials, e-learning projects, promos, and telephony projects.
Adam carries a very genuine “guy next door” charm. His voice has been described as warm, caring, friendly, accessible, genuine, authentic, believable, high energy, soft sell, hard sell, sincere, cool, hip, corporate, business like, relatable, sophisticated, knowledgeable, promo, urgent, and educational. He is consistently cast for a wide range of age requirements . . . male 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s (18-50).
Believable is the first word that comes to most client’s minds when describing Adam’s voice. Trustworthy, Sincere, Authoritative, Friendly, Fresh, Powerful, Energetic, and Relatable are also accurate adjectives. Whether your need is a voice over for a commercial, white-board animation, corporate narration, video, e-learning, explainer video, training video, internet video, tv project, educational script, IVR prompts, on-hold message, tutorial, direct response ad (DR), talking toy, gps, medical, technical, legal, mobile app (android or ios), radio imaging, or high powered promo, you can count on Adam to get the job done.
He can deliver a warm, confident, deep pitch which can be strong and authoritative, burly and tough or smooth and sexy. His mid-range tone which allows him to be professional and upbeat or even sound quite younger. He can also be very enthusiastic or high-energy when needed.
Business clients will love his ability to deliver technical information or directions in a professional, yet listenable way on motion graphics, PowerPoint and whiteboard animations for industrial projects and trade shows.
His clean, friendly sound can be utilized on educational (e-learning/video tutorial) projects, and narration on audiobooks.
Adam believes in treating clients like working partners. Communication is rapid, and frequent in order for work to be completed accurately and promptly, (often same day) so you never have to guess the progress of your project or worry if it will be completed on time.
As you may know, voice over is more than just a great read. Clients have come to expect high quality, pristine audio, and that is precisely what Adam can deliver. Voice overs are recorded within an ultra-quiet, acoustically treated soundbooth for perfectly amazing sound.
Should you require client direction and coaching during final reads, his studio is equipped with a phone patch and Skype allowing you the option of directing the recording session from your location for getting that final polish. This studio setup allows him to work very quickly, with most completed audio files sent back within a day.
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- Last updated: February 21, 2017 at 11:45 am