Toronto-Based Voice Talent
My voice that has been
Wry, Youthful, Trustworthy Intelligent, Quirky, and Relatable.
But don't just take my word for it - let me prove it to ya!
Let's Talk Specs:
Mic: Neumann TLM 102
Interface: Motu M4
Booth: Rock-wool and Acoustic Foam sound treated vocal booth (-60dB noise floor)
Directed Sessions: Skype, Zoom, Phone, Source Connect, ADR Capable
Delivery Formats: 44.1KHz, 48KHz, 96KHz, 24 bit, MP3, WAV, AIFF
Check out the The Station 151 Podcast to hear me as Q7!
"Station 151 is Antarctica’s first and only astronomical radio observatory. Built by the Telders Corporation at an estimated cost of $200M, Station 151 comprises 50 radio antennas arrayed in a spiral configuration. Astrophysicist Wayne Robertson has signed on for a 12-month pilot to research and divine the secrets of the universe."
"So...what is 'About The Voice'?"
You've heard those amaaaazing voices right? You know it when you hear it - but you can't quite put your finger on just what it is that makes it so special. I believe that has to do with everything that goes into a voice (what it's about).
Hi - I'm Aiden, and I'm About The Voice.
I'm about the philosophy that there is SO much more to a voice than what we hear. How a story is told, and what's going on inside of the human being when it is being told is what makes it. I'm about the nuances, mannerisms, and colour of a voice - they tell us so much more than what we say verbally, which is why I think it's so important to take it from this perspective. People with those amazing voices all understand this.
I've also got years of training under my belt as both an actor and a singer. My strong vocal technique and ability to inhabit many different character types through my understanding of vocal placements makes me a truly versatile performer.
But more specifically - I'm a Canadian (Métis) performer, and proud member of the LGBTQ+ community (she/her).
Graduating a college program in Music Theatre Performance right into the start of the pandemic put a fast track on a career I’d been dreaming about since I was a little girl watching cartoons on VHS. Voiceover. With 10 years of experience in the performance industry from working sound, lighting, stage management, to working in radio, musical theatre/theatre, film/TV, and training as a coach myself - I've experienced the acting and tech side of the industry from all angles.
I now spend my days working from my home studio full time.
I spend my free time playing video games, and spending time with loved ones... but let's be honest - most times you'll catch me spending "free time" in the booth researching and working on my craft. It truly is my happy place.
I’m also a big sister to 3, smart, stinky little brothers. Being an older sibling, you take on a certain amount of responsibility and learn certain skillsets early on. This taught me how much I enjoy helping people. So whether you’ve been casting voices for years and need someone reliable, or you’re new to the business and looking to work with people who are willing to listen and point you in the right direction - my goal is to work with you to create an amazing product so that you can rest easy knowing your art is in good hands.
How would I describe myself? Probably something like… Gracefully thriving in my awkward phase.
My inanimate booth companion.
Because everyone needs a little bundle of joy in the booth, right?
Long days holed up in the booth can get a little lonely, which is why I think a lot of voice talent likes to have some sort of object around (whether it be a toy, or stuffed animal) to keep them company. Boothbee helps remind me to take care of myself, and not take things too seriously. Plus his puns are top shelf!