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Relax...

2010-08-22T18:03:53.883Z

I must admit that "life in the box" can drive us a bit cooky, so in my endless quest of daily quotes I've found one the may suit us all....

"If a man insisted on always being serious, and never allowed himself a bit of fun and relaxation, he would go mad or become unstable without knowing it."

— Herodotus


Feel free to leave your quotes in the forum's "great quotes" category. I must admit that "life in the box" can drive us a bit cooky, so in my endless quest of daily quotes I've found one the may suit us all....

"If a man insisted on always being serious, and never allowed himself a bit of fun and relaxation, he would go mad or become unstable without knowing it."

— Herodotus


Feel free to leave your quotes in the forum's "great quotes" category.



Jay Edwards - Getting Started

2008-05-01T02:40:10.457Z

Hello all! I'm Jay...(This is where everyone says "Hi Jay!"). I've been working in radio for 2 1/2 years and I'm 21 years old. I started voicing commercials as an intern learning commercial production at the radio station. I'm still in school at Temple University which prevents me from being able to work full time (at least during the day). I've been told I have a good voice and I'm blessed to work with CeCe McGhee everyday.

I'm curious to know how some of you got your start in the business,… Hello all! I'm Jay...(This is where everyone says "Hi Jay!"). I've been working in radio for 2 1/2 years and I'm 21 years old. I started voicing commercials as an intern learning commercial production at the radio station. I'm still in school at Temple University which prevents me from being able to work full time (at least during the day). I've been told I have a good voice and I'm blessed to work with CeCe McGhee everyday.

I'm curious to know how some of you got your start in the business, tips for creating a voice demo, and how to pin down the style of your voice. Any advice is great advice.

Thanks!