Experienced Voice Over

Chris Radley Voice Over
I have been using microphones to record my voice since messing around with a cassette machine and then a reel to reel tape machine as a child. I suppose it was inevitable that I’d end up as a radio presenter and then a voice over artist with my own recording studio.

While working as a radio presenter I did my first voice over for a corporate video for a waxing system to remove body hair. Things took off from there and for many years I provided voice overs while still working in radio.

Since 2010 I have been a voice over artist full time. Every day is spent either in my studio, or a studio elsewhere – recording TV Commercials and radio ads, corporate narrations, podcasts, documentaries, explainer narrations, on-line videos and training programmes.

Book me and allow me to use my voice to bring your script to life and tell your story effectively. I know how to record your script speedily, clearly and efficiently: I’ve been recording voice overs and running my own recording studio since the early 2000s.

Professional Quality

My focus is on delivering exactly the great sounding, well recorded, high quality voice over you need to bring your project to life.

I am passionate about my voice-over performance and about the recording process and also the quality of the final audio product.
I've got excellent studio equipment and as an audio producer I always give great attention to detail.
In directed sessions I've been told that I take direction well too.

This is a job I love! Let me bring my wealth of voice over experience and passion for recording and audio production to your project!

Email me now for a quote for your project

Voice Over Studio

I set up my own professional voice over recording studio in 2001. The studio offers you a specialised, high quality spoken-word and voice over recording and audio production service.

Your voice over project will benefit from my long experience on both sides of the mic - as VO in the booth and engineer behind the mixing console.

Also - because I have my own studio you can hire me for a voice over and not worry about additional studio hire fees.

What does it cost? How do I book a voice over?

Before booking a professional voice over for the first time check out this page about voice over rates (produced by GFTB) to get some idea of likely fees. Go to their site and search for the kind of project you are planning to produce.

The length of a voice over script, recording time and how much editing and production time is needed all make a difference to the final fee. Where and how the final recording is used and how many people will get to see/hear it can make a difference too.

My voiceover rates for most VO work (corporate narration, explainer video, documentary narration etc) are generally based on either, an all-in project fee or, an hourly session rate (Basic Session Fee or BSF) plus a usage licence as appropriate.
Radio commercials - I use the current Equity Rates agreed with the radio industry.
eLearning - currently charged by the word but with a minimum session fee.

There are additional charges for things like audio production time including for editing, de-breathing, mixing, mastering etc.

Just call me on 07866 784925 or email me with as much information as possible then I'll be able provide you with a quote and delivery time for the audio.

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