ABOUT DAN FRIEDMAN
Dan lives in the beautiful mountains of Asheville, NC and is a husband and father of 2 boys. He attended five universities and had three majors before being introduced to audio engineering in 1994. Realizing his career dream, he ended his educational journey at The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, Ohio finishing among the top 5 in his class.
With over a decade in the voiceover industry, he has produced, directed or provided his voice to thousands of audio productions.
In 2010 he published SOUND ADVICE- Voiceover From An Audio Engineer’s Perspective. A first of its kind in the industry, the book covers audio engineering and studio session etiquette as it relates directly to voiceover talent. He continues to write a popular blog at his website: SOUND4VO.com. His ability to simplify often complex recording and audio concepts is unmatched in the voiceover industry.
Dan was chosen to be among the top 10 “Most Influential Voice-Over Writers in 2011” in a Voice123 online survey. He is a home studio coach with Voicebank and Edge Studios and is also a voiceover teacher and coach for the Screen Artists Co-op in Asheville, NC.
Dan’s Sound4VO studio is fully-equipped to provide audio recording, editing, mixing and full-production for radio, television, web, e-learning and corporate presentations. Other services include voiceover, copy-editing, talent direction, talent training and coaching. With a broad selection of microphones, multiple pairs of studio monitors, custom acoustic treatment, phone patch and based around the world famous Universal Audio Apollo Interface, Sound4VO studios offers the very best in professional audio production and sound.
Dan Friedman is an accomplished engineer, producer, director and author. He is also a successful voiceover talent and has been heard on hundreds of local and regional television and radio campaigns as well as many corporate narrations. He has been the national voice for Moe’s Southwest Grill, Crowne Plaza Hotels and Hulu Plus. Other recent clients include: WalMart, Hardees, IBM, McDonald’s and many more.
From blue-collar to red carpet. Hip, edgy and energetic. Laid-back, cool and conversational. Dan Friedman has a sound and style that delivers.
ABOUT ANDY BARNETT
Andy has been acting since he was a kid (and by some accounts he still is a kid). Some voice actors claim versatility, but Andy embodies it. His natural conversational voice is friendly, laid back, just like your buddy from college or your next door neighbor. More than one client has suggested he kind of sounds like Jon Hamm at times. But don’t let that fool you, Andy also has the vocal gravitas to do everything from a younger sound to a deep masculine blue-collar Midwesterner, from a straight announcer to an international neutral accent, and last but not least, a variety of character voices. Just don’t ask him to sing or dance (the poor guy can’t carry a note, and his coordination is rather cringeworthy).