The other day I woke up with a dry, swollen throat. I figured it might have been an allergy-related issue and went about my day. I drank lots of water, took my multivitamins, and tried not to consider that this might be the start of a cold.  

Today I am forced to admit: yup: this is a cold. The throat is now truly thrashed. Si...

In the days before computers reduced social networking to 280 character, color-filtered, SEO-driven positioning statements, the wheels of business were greased by actual human interaction. How successful you were at acquiring and keeping clients was directly related to how well you could carry on a conversation in a social en...

Now that Summer is over and Mother Nature has started to wrap her icy fingers around the majority of the country, it's time to think about good ways to warm up the vocal cords before recording.

There are as many ways to warm up the voice as there are voice artists. From tongue twisters, to singing scales, to doing that motorbo...

It’s a simple premise, and yet some people who're getting into the voiceover business just don’t get it.

Don’t just strive to be good, be better than anyone else; be phenomenal:

  • In every aspect of your business.

  • With every social media posting.

  • With every readthrough of the script.

  • With every audition.

  • E...

The other day, someone sent me an audition they had sent to a potential client and they asked for my review of it. I listened and could tell instantly they were inexperienced. And by “inexperienced,” I mean no voiceover training at all: poor mic technique, a crappy mic, hollow sound, and an overall lackluster performance....


Noun - (informal):

a person who is inexperienced in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet.

OK, so you're a new voiceover artist. And you’ve spent good money on a training program from some guy who calls himself an expert who that told you that marketing is one of the most importa...

Want to know the secret to being a successful voiceover artist? 

Here it is: 

The more people that know about you, the more successful you'll be.

The end. 

When I first got into the VO business, I came to a surprising revelation: the business of voiceover has very little to do with your voice. Almost nothing, actually. I'd s...

One of my first jobs in audio was mixing live sound for bands and shows at a local amusement park. Little did I know it would be a baptism of fire and a life lesson about audio.

Most of the sound jobs at the park were pretty straightforward. Usually just mixing a single microphone with music beds on cart tapes. Some of you old...

You can do a lot to prepare yourself for a career in voiceover. There are tons of books and hours of youtube videos and webinars that will give you some great advice and instruction. But the one thing you can't do is get feedback on how you're doing. 

Terry Daniel coaching in the studio.

Here is the most important aspect...

I love helping a business shape their ideas into something that will bring them additional business. So when I'm presented with a dilemma over helping out a business that has made a mistake, it can be troubling.

I had recorded a project for a client and submitted it to them far sooner than we had originally negotiated (which i...

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