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Karen Hutton, Commercial Voice Talent, Returns to Voices.com

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 3, 2006

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Karen Hutton recently signed on with Voices.com and launched her new website, KarenHutton.com.

karen-hutton-voice-talent.jpgKaren Hutton is one of America's busiest voice talents. Recently, Karen was nominated for a 2006 Radio Mercury Award recognizing a commercial spot that she voiced for Clear Channel, completed a cooperative project with one of her clients, and has launched her new business website, www.KarenHutton.com.

Karen's career started in San Francisco 23 years ago as a professional actress, both on stage and on-camera, in television and film. It was during that time that the voice-over bug bit, and Karen began a new chapter of her life coaching on-air personalities for television news broadcasts. In 2000, Karen moved back to beautiful Lake Tahoe and plunged into voice-overs full time with a professional ISDN home-based studio.

Not one to sit on her laurels, Karen, of late, completed a full production on CD for a client. Karen guided the project from formation to completion including script concept, editing, narration recording, mixing, mastering and procurement of original music. Her patron was involved in the creative aspect of the production, giving Karen the opportunity to prepare and coach her client throughout their recording session. Karen provided narration voice-overs in each segment.

Karen Hutton continues to astonish and delight. Her contagious optimism, talent and iron will to succeed serves as a model for all voice talent.

Karen's great success has come from her client philosophy and work ethic. When a client works with Karen, their voice-driven project is not only given the edge it needs with world-class audio, kickin' vocal range, directability and competitive rates; the experience of creating it is one of ease, creativity and fun.”



Related Topics: ISDN, radio, San Francisco


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