At Such A Voice you will find multiple leaders in the industry to guide you on your path to Voice-Over success. With over 35 years of experience, we are constantly honing our craft to provide the most complete and customized education available today. We guide both beginners and established voice-over artists to start and expand their careers through our intensive and very successful one-on-one coaching programs, including demo production. Our instructors are top working professionals in the industry and our students become top working professionals as a result!

Click here to read about our students’ success stories!  

We offer complete training from our Introductory Voice-Over Classes to Customized One-on-One Coaching as well as our Career Advisory Program. Whether you are new to voice-overs or looking to improve on your current success, contact us today to learn how Such A Voice can help you to achieve your voice-over dreams! 

Email us today at classinfo@suchavoice.com for more information and to join our mailng list to receive free voice-over educational materials! Please include your name, phone number and location so we can best assist you.  

 

 

 

 

 

The first step to work with us is to be invited to our program. Click here to complete your FREE voice evaluation! 

 

 

 

New to voice-overs? Our introductory workshop is the perfect place to start!

 

 

 

 

YOU’RE ON THE AIR

How to REALLY Make it in Voice-Overs!

"You're on the Air: How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs!" is a one-time, 2-hour interactive workshop. This class is designed to introduce interested students to the voice over industry, allow them to ask questions, check out industry standard recording equipment, and even get to step up to the mic and record a practice voice-over!

In this class, our professional voice-over coaches and producers discuss the main players in the voice-over industry, how professionals work today, basic voice-over technique for a narration vs. commercial, what clients want to hear in their advertisements, where new trends are headed, if the voice-over industry is right for you, how to get voice-over training, how to use the Such A Voice method to develop your unique voice, -- and how to best market your voice-over brand to become a successful voice-over artist.

Use the links to the right or search for your instructor by city below. We also offer this class online for your convenience! click here to register

 

Coach/Producer Snapshots

Lisa Fosterhas been in the voice-over and radio industry for 18 years and does voice work for companies all over the United States.  Her clients include Microsoft, Sesame, Olay, Crest and LA Fitness, just to name a few.  Her busy schedule keeps her booked all over the Midwest and Pacific Northwest. In addition to teaching the world of voice-overs with Such A Voice, Lisa does audio production work from her Seattle sound studio and coaches voice talent. Come out to Lisa's class for a great time and lots of professional guidance!

Jon St John

 

Jon St. John is an American voice actor who started out as a radio DJ at the age of 14. Jon’s vocal abilities and production expertise landed him radio jobs in big cities including New Orleans, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, and Los Angeles. 

Over his 30 year broadcast and voice-acting career he has provided voice-overs for countless commercial, multi-media, and video game projects.

 

 

 

 

Tom Force

Tom Force has been a radio personality for more than 40 years, and his talents and passions crossed over to voice acting years ago. Honored by the Detroit office of the Screen Actors Guild, he has taught master classes at Wayne State University. His list of clients includes CBS, Pepperidge Farms, Ford, Cadillac, Red Lobster, and many more. His warm, yet dynamic, approach to teaching voice acting makes students feel at ease, making it easy to learn from his years of experience in the voice-over industry.

 

Colorful and full of life, >Pete Pederson's rich, resonant vocal timbre delivers deep tones and heartfelt emotion. Man's man style coupled with refined pitch performance means you get versatile talent and professional studio experience. Pete's the real deal!

A graduate of Such A Voice's Master Program, Pete works his voiceover talent in the Minneapolis area. Pete started in radio in 1990 working for KVSC radio. After becoming a local success with radio and TV spots in the Fargo, N.D. area he moved his skills to the Minneapolis market. Pete can be heard as the voice of "Stickyman" a pilot cartoon that can bee seen on "Funny or Die" .com. His talents can also be heard all across Canada, central Minnesota and globally doing a series of narrations and commercials for various business and educational websites. Pete has been seen on local television markets in Fargo as well as Court TV and National Geographic.

Charlie Nardozzi Charlie Nardozzi has a friendly, natural, positive sounding voice with a great genuine quality. He's been involved in radio and television for the past 15 years hosting his own shows and appearing as a guest on numerous other shows. Charlie has hosted a call-in radio show on WJOY-AM in Vermont for 15 years. He is a frequent commentator on public radio and often is a guest on their daily magazine show, Vermont Edition.  He writes and records his own segments for the Vermont Garden Journal on public radio from his home studio. He also is a frequent guest on nationally-syndicated shows such as Martha Stewart Living Radio. He has recorded podcasts, promotions, and commercials for all his shows and events.

Charlie also appears regularly on regional and national television. He has hosted his own nationally broadcast PBS television show called GardenSmart. He's been a frequent guest on other nationally syndicated shows on networks such as HGTV, Discovery Channel, and DIY. He currently does weekly tips on the local CBS-TV affiliate in the Burlington, Vermont area.  He also has written and starred in how-to, web-based videos.

 

Angela Castonguay attended Dan Levine’s Voice-Over Master class in 2009 and is quickly developing a successful voice over career.

After voice coaching with SAV Operations Director, Heather Costa, and perfecting various voice styles with Producer/Coach, Lisa Foster, Angela offers a natural, conversational delivery of a client’s message.

Her most recent voiceover work includes television commercials for middle Georgia businesses, voice mail recordings for corporations, and the continuing development of her personalized voiceover greeting card business.

Angela excels at putting the most anxious clients at ease, enabling budding voice talents to reach their greatest voiceover potential. 

 

 

Ben Marney has earned his living with his voice for over three decades… as a voice-over talent, and as a professional singer. His voice-over career began early, at age 16, working as a Disk Jockey for KSAM radio in Huntsville, Texas. About that same age, he began his singing career and since then he has literally traveled the world performing his music.

Through the years, Ben's voice has given him the opportunity to accomplish many things. For four years, he was the on-air co-host of the United Cerebral Palsy Telethon, for WAPT (ABC) Television in Jackson, Mississippi. He also starred in four state-wide television specials for WAPT (ABC). He was the voice for the “55 I Believe” state-wide radio and television campaign for the State of Mississippi. He also starred in a nationally released television documentary “The Truth About Country Music” produced by the Pennzoil Corporation.

Tommy Thompson brings more than 40 years of voice talent, presentation experience and business acumen to the Such A Voice team. He recently concluded an 8-year run as “the voice of Capital Repertory Theater”, an Actor’s Equity-affiliated professional theater in Albany, New York. There he introduced each performance, provided a distinctive telephone system voice, and voiced unseen characters in numerous productions. His Capital Rep credits include Pulitzer-winner William Kennedy’s “In the System” and “Parse-A-Person” from “The Technology Plays” anthology, “Rounding Third”, and “Moonlight & Magnolias”.
With a sunny, warm, and natural voice style, Bill Sleeper has a smooth and eloquent delivery that comes from several decades of vocal performance. His friendly and affable tone reveals the confidence bred from formal training in voice acting, stage acting, and public speaking. A graduate of Such A Voice's Master Program, Bill headquarters his voiceover talents in the Portland, Oregon area, and his voice can now be heard on four continents! He's the IVR voice greeting for all 30 locations of Nevada Health Centers and will soon be heard introducing the new audio tour of The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas as the voice of Lt. Col. William Barrett Travis, one of the first commanders to perish in the attack.

At the age of 15, while recording a radio commercial for one of his concerts, Bill Brooks realized an interest in broadcasting. Soon after a local radio station offered him a job as an announcer.  From there he moved into management, marketing and sales at radio and television stations in New Mexico, North Dakota, Texas, Tennessee and Missouri. During his broadcasting career he also served as Chief News Anchor and investigative reporter for a CBS television affiliate in Chattanooga, Tennessee and was a leading radio personality at the legendary KXOL Radio in Ft. Worth, Texas.


Steven Wahlberg attended Dan Levine's Voice-Over Master class in November of ‘07 and has rapidly developed a highly successful voice-over career.

Just a few years after studying with us, he has developed a massive client list. Companies like IBM, Vanguard, Honeywell, Southwest Airlines, Weatherford International, The Hartford and Save The Children, as well as hundreds of banks across the US, all use Steve’s voice as part of their employee training and e-learning programs. In addition, Steve has done numerous voice-overs for TV and Radio commercials.

Alan J Schwartz has over eleven years of diversified experience as a voice-over artist. His versatile voice has been heard worldwide in TV and radio commercials, promos, documentaries, video games, animated films, radio imaging, audio books, political campaigns and educational and industrials productions.
Jillian Nielsen is an expressive voice talent with over 15 years of experience in radio and television commercial and promotional voice-overs...she has recently finished work for two websites, a short promotional video, a church capital campaign video, on-hold phone messages, and is currently working on multiple e-learning narration courses. Jillian also uses her soothing and reassuring voice to teach yoga and lead guided meditation. 
 

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