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The Sounds of Success Webinar


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We spoke with talented musicians and voiceover artists about how they’ve found success on Fiverr, best practices within the industry at large, and tips for strengthening your career. 

Check out the live recordings:

The Voiceover Panel

Our three panelists have over 30 years of combined experience as Voiceover Artists recording for TV, digital, and radio across multiple Fortune 100 companies. Tune in to listen to them answer questions about navigating their careers, their experiences as freelancers on Fiverr, and the ins-and-outs of the industry at large.

Meet The Voiceover Panelists

Donny Baarns  Voiceover Artist & Sports Broadcaster

Donny Baarns (donnyvoice) has been doing voiceover work for nearly a decade. He’s recorded projects for WebMD, Budweiser, Puma, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Dell, Verizon, Johnson & Johnson, HP, Best Buy, and more. Donny is also a sports broadcaster who has called seven different sports on TV and radio. He and his wife, Sarah, live in Florida.

Alice Everdeen Voiceover Artist & Emmy-nominated writer

Alice Everdeen (aliceeverdeenvo) is a Voiceover Artist and Emmy-nominated writer. She’s voiced over 2,500 projects for brands like McDonald's, Universal Pictures, Walgreens, and Southwest Airlines. She’s also been featured in Business Insider and Money.com. Outside her recording booth, she’s a volunteer yoga teacher, soap maker, dog mom, and will soon be traveling in her bus conversion.

Chris Turbiville  Voiceover Artist with 100k+ national TV airings

Chris Turbiville (turbiville) is a 21-year full time voiceover artist. Chris has appeared on over 121,000 National TV airings as well as thousands of TV promotions and radio spots. Chris has had a successful career working with top international ad agencies as well as awesome freelancers.

 

The Music Panel

Our second panel features four successful musicians with a wide range of professional experience. From songwriting and production to audio branding and Netflix shows, these panelists have done it all. Catch them discussing what it takes to make it in the music industry, their experiences as freelancers on Fiverr, and solid career advice. 

Meet The Music Panelists

Michael Burton Songwriter & Producer

Michael Burton (burtonm6) is a Houston native and genre-bending hip hop artist, songwriter, and producer delivering an infectiously catchy emotional experience. He’s had songs featured on Netflix shows and in video games. Michael also works as a ghostwriter for many up-and-coming artists. There’s no limit to his creativity.

Tommy Jones Songwriter & Studio Musician

Tommy Jones (damooch916) is a professionally accredited BMI songwriter who specializes in commercial art material and market ready arrangements. He’s an accomplished studio musician with advanced instrument expertise. Tommy's music has been featured on albums, radio, film, curated Spotify playlists, ads, reviews, and TV. 

NoAnie Music Audio Branding & Production Duo

NoAnie Music (noaniemusic)—comprised of Berklee College of Music alumni Noah D’Innocenzo & Steph Torres (also a Full Sail University Graduate)—is an audio branding duo specializing in the production of pro quality jingles, viral songs, and voiceovers for radio, television, internet/viral ads, and commercials. Noah and Steph have helped business owners, podcasters, video producers, and marketing specialists all around the world find their sound.

Meet The Host

Adam Fine is head of Music & Audio at Fiverr and music producer. His original music and remixes have amassed over 20 million streams and has been featured in projects by McDonalds, NFL, and more. Adam studied business and audio engineering and is passionate about the intersection of music and tech.

 

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32 minutes ago, mjensen415 said:

Tommy Jones (damooch916) is a professionally accredited BMI songwriter who specializes in commercial art material and market ready arrangements. He’s an accomplished studio musician with advanced instrument expertise. Tommy's music has been featured on albums, radio, film, curated Spotify playlists, ads, reviews, and TV. 

Well, hello Tommy one of my favorite forum people @damooch916!!! 🥳

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1 hour ago, mjensen415 said:

Tommy Jones Songwriter & Studio Musician

I am not a songwriter or a studio musician, but I do plan to watch this for the sole purpose of hearing what @damooch916 has to say. And of course I want to admire his muscles! 😉  And I may get my drummer husband to watch too. I wonder if he could sell on Fiverr?

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"...I didn't want to work with them anyways, if they weren't going to adhere to my policies..."  -Danny Baarns

YES. THIS.

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"...which means I count to four for a living..." -DaMooch

DaMooch: Dat intro. XD

(Great to see you're 'persona' is the same be it in the forums or on a panel!)

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Warning: The views and opinions expressed by Tommy Jones are not necessarily the views of the panel, the event organizers or fiverr. These views do not necessarily represent “views.” We viewed the “opinions” and our opinion of the “views” are views not shared by those forming an opinion. That’s just our view on it. 

Tommy Jones appears courtesy of a “weekend pass for people with sleeve phobia.” Any resemblance to a living person with suitable clothing is purely coincidental. The characters and events depicted above are fictitious. This applies particularly to Tommy Jones, who was the victim of brutal sabotage by a rogue cameraman that knowingly and forcefully shot unflattering footage at an angle meant to defile its subject. Tommy also recognizes himself to be that cameraman and is actively pursuing legal council. 

The information contained within this broadcast is for entertainment purposes  only. We assume no responsibility for the irrational decision to “write music” and cannot be held liable for any damages you may incur to your finances, mental health or personal relationships. Watching this video may cause increased desire to write about break ups. It may also cause chronic melody humming, intense “writer’s brooding” and extreme sexiness. 

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On 6/30/2022 at 12:41 PM, theratypist said:

one of my favorite forum people

I hope I didn’t disappoint. That’s high praise and tough pressure. 
 

On 6/30/2022 at 1:08 PM, vickiespencer said:

And of course I want to admire his muscles!

I hope I didn’t disappoint in this department either. Though I didn’t engage in the usual “get a pump, angle the camera correctly, use the correct shadows and oil up liberally” methods of my equally masculine tribe.
 

I’ll do better next time. 

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12 hours ago, damooch916 said:

Warning: The views and opinions expressed by Tommy Jones are not necessarily the views of the panel, the event organizers or fiverr. These views do not necessarily represent “views.” We viewed the “opinions” and our opinion of the “views” are views not shared by those forming an opinion. That’s just our view on it. 

Tommy Jones appears courtesy of a “weekend pass for people with sleeve phobia.” Any resemblance to a living person with suitable clothing is purely coincidental. The characters and events depicted above are fictitious. This applies particularly to Tommy Jones, who was the victim of brutal sabotage by a rogue cameraman that knowingly and forcefully shot unflattering footage at an angle meant to defile its subject. Tommy also recognizes himself to be that cameraman and is actively pursuing legal council. 

The information contained within this broadcast is for entertainment purposes  only. We assume no responsibility for the irrational decision to “write music” and cannot be held liable for any damages you may incur to your finances, mental health or personal relationships. Watching this video may cause increased desire to write about break ups. It may also cause chronic melody humming, intense “writer’s brooding” and extreme sexiness. 

Thank God I don't need the express written permission of Major League Baseball to retransmit the session. 

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