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Producers of radio imaging, sweepers, and promos. Stephen J voice talents include making of radio jingles, dj jingles, dj drops, dj downloads, voice overs for every need and budget
Wed, Aug 23 2017 Stephen Lawrence voice over talent artist for over 15 years. A voice over's success has many factors. First and foremost, a compelling script to make an audience listen. Then a voice talent to deliver that compelling message. Voice overs is a general term, basically it's a recorded message. It includes everything from commercials, radio liners, sweepers promos, dj drops, introductions and so on. If you need a clear, professional commercial voice over contact Stephen J to discuss your project 7 days a week. Reliable, professional voice overs, delivered to your email as soon as 3 hours everyday. Dj drops intros radio liners commercial ads radio sweepers promos .
- Heard around the world: Denver, Colorado, United States, Dallas, Texas, United States, Brooklyn, New York, United States, York, York, United Kingdom, Cairo, Al Qahirah, Egypt, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
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A great voice over is just as important to a commercial’s success as the actual content of the ad itself. It’s easy to pinpoint a bad commercial voice over when you hear one – the infamously awful infomercials on late-night television might come to mind.