Lisa Rice guest stars on Voice Over Experts to guide fellow voice talent on how to identify caution signs and ideas for adapting their read to finish a project within specific time parameters set by the client. Rice explains that this can become a problem when hired to voice a script with more words than allotted time. In her podcast “Caution Signs For Voice Over Talent” she teaches talent how they can apply the same strategies used when driving on a winding road and how to apply it to a script.
The Voice Over Experts is hosted by Voices.com, the online voice over marketplace. The podcasts are an educational library of free voice acting lessons designed for those just starting out and are a valuable resource for established voice actors who want to refine their knowledge and skills from the privacy of their own home and at their own pace.
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About Lisa Rice
Lisa Rice is an experienced communications professional. She landed her first radio job as a disc jockey at eighteen. Then, an announcer/producer stint with Trans World Radio took her to Guam. After graduating college with a degree in Communications, she began producing, writing, and directing. Her one-on-one interviews have extended from the White House and Capitol Hill to Nashville. Other experience includes on-camera work, print modeling, sales, marketing, and motivational speaking.
Voice work has been Lisa's passion since she first discovered the thrill of recording - when the red button is on, so is she! Her voice-over work includes customers and organizations from a wide range of business and corporate levels as well as advertising and marketing agencies, radio and television stations, non-profit groups and ministries. While voice work has been a mainstay, her production experience helps meet the expectations that accompany results-oriented, deadline-driven production work - she knows that your time is as valuable as their project.
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Based in London, Ontario, Canada; Voices.com provides a virtual exchange, facilitating business transactions between creative producers and voice-over professionals. Radio and television stations, advertising agencies and Fortune 500 companies all rely upon the Voices.com marketplace to search for, audition and hire voice talents. Companies that have used Voices.com include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader's Digest, Comcast, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Nortel, Ford, GM, the US Army, the US Government and more.