Posts Tagged ‘harry legg’

Whoo! Today we released the third annual Benztown 50 list, the radio industry’s exclusive listing of the top 50 voiceover artists in the U.S. and Canada. We enlisted the uber talented P1 Media Group to compile and analyze industry data that was the foundation for this powerhouse list. This year’s Benztown 50 reflects increased industry participation […]

That’s right…after a lot of blood, sweat, and research, Benztown has recently released their first annual index of the 50 biggest names in the imaging voiceover world. With the help of SparkNet Research & Consulting we were able to compile and analyze industry data that is the base of this exciting and impressive ranking. Knowing […]

One of the cool things about working with Benztown is getting to communicate with so many of the best Voiceover Talents and Imaging Pros on the planet. Recently, fellow VO guy Jude Corbett sent some comments that I asked him to expand upon regarding scripts being written in all caps. I’ve even seen contracts that […]

Harry tells his story of making the transition from a radio career to doing purely voiceover. What he has to say about radio and it’s place in the voiceover world might surprise you. If moving into voiceover from radio has ever crossed your mind, you’ll want to check out his advice. For Harry’s contact info, […]

And now, wise words from the Sennheiser Sensei himself…Harry Legg! If you’re reading this blog, there’s a good chance that you are doing or hope to do imaging VO work.  Imaging VO is my primary bread and butter and I feel fortunate to have a piece of that niche in the overall VO world.  I […]

Many thanks to Harry Legg for getting this message out there. Do you agree? Disagree? Don’t care? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below! Great Customer Service OK, now I might tick-off some people with this column…but here goes.  It amazes me when I hear stories of how some fellow VO talents treat their […]

Thanks to Harry Legg for this latest installment of “The Harry Truth.” Especially with holiday travel, and disasters like Superstorm Sandy, it’s important to have a backup plan when your voice clients are counting on you to come through. With the recent devastation and power outages in NYC and along the east coast, it became […]

Benztown’s old friend Harry Legg is coming back at you with more of….”The Harry Truth!” Do you process your VO trax before you give them to the client?  In many radio station production studios your mic is already routed through the station mic processor and there may or may not be much you can do […]

This exclusive interview with voice-over coach Marc Cashman was provided by our good friend Harry Legg. It was over a decade ago that I made the transition from a radio guy to a serious VO artist.  After many years behind the mic in my radio career, I still had a lot to learn when it […]

by Harry Legg So you’re a radio person wanting to get into the larger world of voiceover or to grow your VO work further… but do you have a coach?  You might be saying to yourself, “I’ve been behind the mic for 10, 15 or maybe 20 years…why do I need a coach?”  When I […]