Voiceover by Chuck Brown

Let’s keep it simple: My name is Chuck Brown. For many years now, I’ve been a professional voice talent. The bulk of my voiceover work these days is corporate sales and training and eLearning presentations, along with commercials and telephony services (on-hold, IVR, voice mail)…but I can do almost anything voice-related when pressed into service. That’s it…end of commercial! 😉

My Voiceover Demos

However, if you’d like to go a little deeper…here are my various voiceover demos, to give you a feel for whether I might be a fit for your project:

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Additional Relevant Details and Answers to Common Questions

  • Yes, I’m always willing to read part of your script for free as a custom demo. Just use the Contact page to get in touch! (more Freqently Asked Questions here)
  • I have a home studio that allows me great flexibility in meeting schedules and budgets. The vast majority of my work is performed there. I do also have access to dedicated recording facilities with ISDN, when needed. However, that requires a bit more scheduling and a higher cost.
  • Most of my work is delivered electronically in MP3 (128kbps mono) or WAV format. While the standard format for delivery is one large file, I can cut it down into individual files as needed…though there is always a charge for this time-consuming service.
  • While I don’t guarantee delivery in less than 72 hours, the vast majority of my work is delivered within 24 hours. If time is a major factor in your decision-making, feel free to ask if I could deliver within a shorter timeframe (at times, this may involved additional cost).
  • I generally do not provide post-production services (for example, library music or sound effects). You are hiring my voice, which is what I do best. Others will gladly handle music and effects for you.
  • Decades of experience…*really*? Yep…and still busy doin’ it every day for companies all around the world (more on this, with examples). Read more about how I ended up in the voiceover field, and some comments from clients.