Different styles in the visual arts inspire creativity in voiceovers. Whether it’s the hyperrealistic Baroque paintings of Jan Vermeer in the 1600s, the neo-impressionistic work of Georges Seurat in the 1800s, (introducing Pointillism to the art conversation), or the subsequent break-all-the rules-bold work of Post-Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh, who paved the way for an explosion […]
What’s New in Video Game Voiceover?
Whether a big-budget AAA video game or Indie darling, video game voiceover and sound design drive many player interactions. They can encourage or dissuade them, get them riled up, and push them into the plot. Players emerge hours later bleary-eyed, not totally sure how they got there, and gloriously triumphant. It continues to grow and […]
Treasures of New York
Wow, summer’s finally here! Oh, how I love summer in New York. Leave a comment below, or tweet me @DebbieIrwinVO and let me know how you spent the Summer Solstice. That being said, I have a special announcement to make, eh, emmmm: Starting tonight at 7pm you can turn on your television and hear my voice 🙂 How […]
Two things I’m excited about today!
1) Thanks to your continued support, I’m currently being featured on the following websites: Voicebank VoiceZam 2) If you’re in New York next week, you may be interested in attending the New Music Seminar. NMS is the place to network, engage, and discuss the future of music and business — and I’ll be there on Monday and Tuesday 🙂 […]
Clean Water is Ours to Protect
It’s not every day that you get to work on something you feel passionately about. Recently, I narrated a PSA for the Environmental Protection Agency on the extremely relevant issue of clean water. More than 40 years ago the United States passed the Clean Water Act into legislation. This law protects our rivers, streams and wetlands, and […]
Just Sayin’ : The Look of Sound
What does a tall person sound like? How about someone who’s wise? Can you hear the difference between blue and green eyes?
Most people see images in their mind’s eye when hearing a voice.
But the sound of the voice doesn’t always seem to match the look of the person speaking.