By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 6, 2007
Voices are literally everywhere...
On TV, radio, grocery stores aisles, malls, kiosks, podcasts, video games, mobile devices, GPS systems, talking toys... the list goes on!
That being the case, as a voice actor, you may have unintentionally heard yourself when you were least suspecting it!
Do you have a story to share?
Where have you accidentally heard your voice over work?
Intrigued, I emailed her and asked if I could share her story with you and received an affirmative reply. I think she describes the feeling of hearing her own voice in a big box store very well:
Ran in to buy a CD I needed for a gig, happened to pass by the Sirius display on my way to the check-out. Someone was listening to the demo station where you press the button and there are demos of the different stuff you can get on Sirius, and I heard myself! A voiceover I did about a year ago that I totally forgot about.
Last week when Josh was sick, I went on WebMD for some ideas, and also ran into myself on the "Symptom Checker".
It's sorta like having an out-of-body experience. Your voice is out there doing things without you.
And weird in a way.
Have you had one (or several) of those experiences? I can only imagine what it is like to run into your voice performing without you!
Looking forward to hearing your stories,
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