Children’s Demo Session Terry Daniel’s niece, Katie Berg comes to the studio for a voice over demo session. Related Posts:Voice 2010 Interviews Part OneShatner Loses it in Recording StudioMaking a Radio Commercial in ONLY 6 MinutesAudio Book TechniquesRecording Studio Etiquette Terry Daniel2009-07-25T15:13:52-06:00 9 Comments Marilyn Carter July 28 at 12:01 am Mr. Daniels, I enjoy all of your email updates on voice overs. I had intended to bring my husband to Dallas for your last voice over seminar but it was booked up before I had the chance to pay the $150 in advance. Let me tell you about my husband, Jerry Carter. Jerry has spend his life in the music and entertainment and some radio business as well as publishing and advertising fields. He has a beautiful radio and singing voice, is an accomplished Emcee, singer, songwriter, salesman, entertainer, musician, etc. He is now 57 years old and 2 years ago lost his vision due to diabetes. I now operate our advertising business solo with a little help from him and his ability to talk to many long time customers on the telephone and in person but I have to guide him wherever he goes, etc. He has not lost his passion for his music and really wants to resume booking acts and promoting concerts and shows , he can still emcee but not be as active and all over the stage as he used to be. When I first saw your information on voiceover careers I suggested it to him and he said he would be interested but since he cannot read copy he did not know if that would be possible. When he learns new songs now, he memorizes the words and of course he already has so many of the songs he has sung in the past memorized he does not need to look at words. I am sending you a link to some songs he recently recorded in a studio in Burleson. Please listen them and then let me know if you think that a career in doing voice overs would be something he could do even though he is virtually blind. I am anxious to find something he can do to restore his self confidence and self worth. He is a very intelligent, vibrant and creative as well as talented man and I really think that voice overs would be an excellent 2nd career. Here is the link to his 3 songs: https://www.box.net/shared/r9ee5l2t0t Thank you, I’ll look forward to hearing back from you soon. Marilyn Carter Tom Conklin July 28 at 11:53 am Hey Terry… that was great! She really nailed it I though at that one point when you told her smile through the whole thing. Nice! Dan Riggs July 28 at 12:12 pm Yes Terry, you certainly are the cheesiest. Very cute kid! Earl West July 28 at 4:27 pm Is Katie Berg related to the worlds fastest reader, Howard Stephen Berg? She sure as heck has a better voice than he does. What an adorable little kid. E. Yolanda Hooks August 24 at 11:29 pm Wow! I thought she was great!! Nice plug for uncle Terry at the end…. I betcha that 1 little plug cost u more than the commercial itself! LOL!! Lee Siemon October 22 at 7:24 pm Great session, cute kid! Do you make all your students ad that tag line at the end? Real Question: When is the next time you will be in Dallas? Bill Johnson September 18 at 2:24 am Enjoyed the talk thru to get the right “smile” and “inflection”, good job Katie, good job Terry. Kathy Scott April 14 at 1:27 pm Loved seeing such an enthusiastic young VO artist! What a good sport! elizabeth Zwane September 3 at 3:11 am I think this is magic, beautiful i am planning to to do my voice traing trying to accumilate funds Comments are closed.