Voiceover services for TV and Radio ads, narrations, documentaries, and animation character voices.
What to Expect
Doc McGraw can provide the voice you need for your project with a quick turnaround. He has his own studio and can supply a finished audio track for whatever your application is. He can provide copywriting and editing services, royalty free music, and has full production capability. He also has access to a large network of of other VO talents if additional voices are needed!
Doc McGraw is an experienced professional voice actor. He has done voiceovers for television and radio ads, documentaries, on-hold messaging, audiobooks, corporate videos, video games, movies, and just about any application that uses a voice. He has a deep, resonant voice that is easy on the ear, and can voice a wide variety of styles. He has been using his voice for decades in a variety of professional applications including singing with the United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chorale. He trained with Atlanta-based Voice Coach Deborah Richards (winner of two Tellys and two Addies), and has also trained with Bob Bergen (the voice of "Porky Pig"). He has been working in voiceover for the last none years, and his clients include Big Fish Games, ATMC Wireless, Right at Home, Command Alkon, and a host of others. Doc received dual Bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering, and Masters and PhD degrees in Mathematics Education. He taught high school and college level mathematics for 30 years before retiring in 2015.
Additional Booking Notes
Voiceover files can be provided in any audio format needed (WAV, MP3, AIFF, etc...). Doc's studio is fully equipped, and he has the capability to edit audio (and video) for clients. He uses Audacity audio editing software and Adobe Premiere Elements for video work. He can provide hard copy of finished files if needed or file transfer via Dropbox, Google Drive, etc...
Influences & Inspiration
My Voiceover work is deeply influenced by the work of my voice role models: Sam Elliott, James Earl Jones, and the animation work of Bob Bergen.