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Voice Talent Stefanie Dell'Aringa Partners with Voices.com

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 1, 2006

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Meet Stefanie Dell'Aringa, a voice talent with an ardent love for the written word.

Stefanie Dell'Aringa, known as ‘One Shot Stef' by her clients for her ability to record a voice-over in one take, is finding her niche in the voice-over marketplace. Stefanie's background in journalism has taught her the importance of meeting deadlines and understanding the necessary processes involved when delivering a solid product. Home schooling her children has also given her the opportunity to practice reading aloud, developing her vocal performance, particularly clear speech, emphasis, style and proper diction.

Recently, Stefanie was chosen to be the voice of the Burger King Main Board Interactive Training Module. New employees of Burger King nationwide will hear Stefanie Dell'Aringa's voice as they watch a monitor to learn how to build Whopper sandwiches, guiding the trainees with eloquently spoken directions including an overview on Have it your way”.

Stefanie has a great work ethic and prides herself on meeting deadlines and exceeding client expectations. Her clear, soprano voice is perfect for youth recordings and educational materials.

Stefanie always meets the deadlines of her clients. In the past, Stefanie volunteered to read books on tape for Horizons for the Blind. In addition to creating voice-over recordings, Stefanie uses her voice as an instrument of praise as a singer and a lector at her church.

Best regards,

Stephanie

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