New Sound Studio

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Our Voices

Daniel Kim

Daniel Kim's voice over range and description is: conversational, warm, understanding, direct, natural, real, clear, fresh, young, charismatic, calming, relatable, and multi-generational. His demo was recorded here at New Sound.

Steve Winterhack

Steve Winterhack has over 30 years working at Wisconsin radio stations. In May of 2014 Steve WON!! the award for best sports play-by-play, medium size market state wide given by the  Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. Steve's voice is described as powerful, intelligent, gentle, warm, sincere, fatherly, dynamic and believable! It was a pleasure to record his demo here at New Sound.

Thomas LaCaille

Thomas LaCaille has a Interest in capturing tonal inflections for narrations, excitable and humorous for commercials, smooth and practiced for presentations, characterizations designed to enthrall and delight for character performance projects. A bright tone with a friendly and sincere quality. A recognizable sound with a throaty touch.

Dr. Diane Howard

Dr. Diane Howard is a movie dialect/dialogue coach. She is also a film and voice actor.  She is a former a university performance studies, communication, and film professor.  

Dr. Howard has been known for her work with the redemptive movies Return to the Hiding Place and Alone Yet Not Alone as a dialect coach. She is currently working with the trilogy of movies, My Heart Dies With You , as a dialect coach and actor and the movie Broken as a dialect coach.  She has been attached to the following movies The Prodigal Film and The Long Run, as a dialogue/acting coach. As a voice-over artist she has an authoritative but caring academic voice for industrial, historical, educational books and pod-casts; as well as an expressive narrative voice and range of character voices for commercials, short stories, novels, animations, and more. 

Brent Carr

Brent Carr would describe himself as conversational, friendly and real. He can, of course, do high energy stuff as well.

Jerry Lord

Jerry Lord's voice has been heard on media outlets across the country. A successful radio morning show host turned voice actor has a versatile style and a rich voice that is deep, clear, warm, exudes confidence and demands your attention. Jerry is in high demand for his versatile approach to voice overs. Hard sell, soft sell, dramatic, character voices, corporate, industrial and medical narrations, as well as selling your business with an on hold message, he can do it all !!

Timothy Sass

Timothy Sass

Timothy Sass would characterize his voice as being deeply authoritative and commanding while possessing a distinct and trustworthy delivery.  His vocal quality has a rich timbre with a warm and soothing tone.     

Joyce Porter

Joyce Porter utilizes her experience in dozens of productions on stage and on camera to create a wide variety of styles and characters in her voice work.   She has been heard in several radio commercials, industrial work and most recently audio books.

Josiah Bildner

Josiah Bildner  has a “20 something” male voice, Josiah Bildner blends experience in radio and television production, theater acting, and storytelling to create a one of a kind voice over talent.  Down to earth and very professional.

Scotty Melvin

Scotty Melvin

Scotty Melvin has been behind a microphone since high school.  Professionally I've been recording and producing audio since 1987.  I record and edit out of my own studio, using a Heil PR40 microphone and Adobe Audition CS6 software.  My voice has been described as friendly, warm, the guy next door, and soothing. I love recording E-Learning projects, narrating short videos, and busting out my Jeff Foxworthy impression whenever I can. 

Just got my completed audio demo from Josh Odeneal from New Sound Studio and loved it! Josh was great to work with. He got the best out of me, pushing me to expand my comfort zone, but always making sure I was happy with each result. Josh made it a great experience and I look forward to working with him more in the future.
— Steve Winterhack