New York, NY, June 22, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Julie Williams, teacher and voice acting professional at Voice-Overs.com, became an expert voice over coaching team member at Voices.com, providing voice actors and new talent alike candid advice and a unique perspective on the industry. Julie recently contributed her first lecture to “Voice Over Experts”, http://podcasts.voices.com , a weekly educational podcast that features the best in voice over coaching from around the world.
Julie Williams’ lecture “Coloring Words” emphasizes the importance of using each word in a voice over script to help shape a phrase and develop voice acting skills that will last. Julie specified that the terms usually colored are adjectives, which are often the most expressive words in any language. When someone learns how to interpret a word and acknowledges its significance, an opportunity arises to make that word rise to its full verbal potential through the art of voice acting incorporating Julie’s word coloring technique.
Voices.com and Julie Williams have collaborated together before through the VOX Talk podcast. The team at Voices.com will be hosting a review of Julie Williams’ educational CD “Proven Voice-Over Techniques” in July 2007. Julie Williams is one of the founding members of the Voice Over Experts crew and she is looking forward to contributing more episodes on a regular basis.
The Voice Over Experts Podcast can be found and subscribed to for free in the iTunes Podcast Directory and online at the Voices.com Podcast Center.
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About Julie Williams
Julie Williams is celebrating her 30th year in voice-overs. She has voiced thousands of commercials, narrations, video games, infomercials, documentaries, and other types of voice-over. Julie has been heard all over the world, and nationally on HGVT, WE, and other media outlets.
Julie Williams boasts such clients as Coca-Cola, Pampers, Pizza Hut, Billy Graham, The US Army, US steel, Imperial Sugar, Sunny Delight, Dominos Pizza, Adobe, and thousands of others. Currently, Julie is heard on national Eyeglass World commercials, The New Body Shaper infomercial, and Skincerity Skin Care Product ads, as well as hundreds of regional and local spots, and non broadcast flash productions. In addition, she’s the voice of the video game “Stevie Learns Pool Safety.” Samples of Julie’s work can be heard at www.voice-overs.com.
Based in London, Canada, Voices.com provides an online marketplace, facilitating transactions between business clients and voice-over professionals employing a comprehensive suite of web-based services. Clients that have worked at Voices.com include NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, Reader's Digest, Comcast, Nortel Networks, Bell Canada, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, Ford, GM, Jaguar, US Army, the US Government and more.