Vox Daily The Official Voices.com Blog

Dissolve: The Rest Is History

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 12, 2014

Comments (0)

Dissolve and Voices.com video, The Rest is HistoryIf you're reading this article, there's a high probability that you're in the business of storytelling.

Voices.com is home to storytellers using the human voice. Dissolve is home to storytellers who use video to enhance their stories.

What happens when you put Voice-Over and Video together?

Find out in "The Rest Is History."


What if you could spin one phrase ten different ways?

When it comes to telling a story, video and voice are a potent combo. In "The Rest Is History," stock footage from Dissolve combines with voice talent from Voices.com to show that -- with the right video and voice -- any story is possible.

Take a look and a listen!

The Rest Is History from Dissolve on Vimeo.

How Much Do Video Clips Cost?

The licensing cost of a clip depends on a few considerations, including production value and whether the clip is royalty-free or rights-managed. Royalty-free footage on Dissolve starts at $50 per clip.

Special Offer for Voices.com Members

As a member of Voices.com, you are eligible to receive a 10% discount at dissolve.com using a special coupon code. To learn more about this offer, visit:


Let me know if you decide to use clips from Dissolve! I'd love to see what you come up with.

Take care,

Related Topics: acting, Dissolve, narration, storytelling, video, voice-overs, Voices.com


Leave a Comment

Recent Articles

Looking for Authentic Wildlife Vocalizations? The Cornell Lab of Ornithology Can Help!

Does Your Microphone Help or Hinder You?

What Is Professional Services, How It Works and How It Benefits You

Is Your Brand Ready for the Holiday Season?

Is That Acting Role Right For You? Here Are 3 Ways to Tell

Is Your Profile Headshot Limiting Your Voice Over Opportunities on Voices.com?

How to Effectively Work with a Newcomer in the Voiceover Industry

3 Reasons Why Your Ads Get Skipped on YouTube

Recording Voice-Overs on the Road

Synesthesia: What "Sound Purple" Really Means