dVoiceBox voiceover recording is a service provided by Dmusic studio is based near Coventry, West Midlands, UK and is run by voice over artist Chris Radley.
The studio specialises in recording voice-over, spoken word and vocal projects and also produces some music projects.
dVoiceBox is also an ISDN studio allowing high quality audio connection with production studios and radio and TV stations anywhere in the world.
To book the studio to record your project call Chris Radley on 01926 431535 or email.
CLIENTS – Some examples of voice recording, spoken word projects, musical recordings and audio production work at dVoicebox:
Still Listening to the Band – Former BBC Radio 2 presenter Frank Renton and his producer Terry Carter have so far recorded 41 episodes of Frank’s fortnightly brass band music show at dVoiceBox. Frank Renton Still Listening to the Band is a podcast for the website brasspass.tv
Suave Martyrs – Chris mixed and mastered the Manchester based band’s single – Party Man which was released in June 2019.
HF Holidays TVC – Production company Pangaea TV used the dVoiceBox ISDN connection to direct and record the voice over for a new TV commercial for the active vacation company HF Holidays.
Rack and Ruin – The band’s current album – “On The Road To…” was recorded at dVoicebox. Recordings were engineered, mixed and mastered by Chris Radley. The album is available on CD and also on digital streaming and download services.
Songlines 2018 – Chris recorded this Community Choir’s annual December Concert at St Mary’s Church Leamington Spa. Recordings were mixed and mastered by Chris and 100 CDs were produced for sale.
Dennis Eagle – Chris recorded the voiceover, performed by a member of DE staff, to be used in headphones on a new virtual reality interactive display for a stand at a major exhibition.
Bauer radio group used the dVoiceBox studio to record a series of radio commercials for a number of radio stations.
Voiceovers Ltd – used the dVoiceBox ISDN service to record a voice over for an information video for a new TV rights website
Markettiers4DC used the dVoiceBox ISDN service for a series of radio interviews. Former England Rugby player Austin Healey and former England goalkeeper David James were in the dVoiceBox booth promoting BT Sport – Big Weekend of Sport . The sports legends were connected via ISDN to 13 different UK radio stations for a mixture of live and pre-recorded interviews.
Firedaze – the band’s current album Ever After Land was recorded at Dmusic/dVoicebox. You can see a video of the song “Dirty” by clicking here
Nigel Ward – The folk songwriter and guitar, mandolin and fiddle player recorded his current album “Fiddlers Tales” at dVoiceBox. It was mixed and mastered by Chris Radley.
Cheethambell JWT – used the dVoiceBox ISDN studio to record voice actor Lucy Briers providing a voice-over for radio and TV ads for telecommunications company JT Global.
Antenna International – used dVoiceBox to record voice actor Lucy Briers reading the narration for an audio guide for a tour round the Houses of Parliament. We used our phone patch to connect so that Lucy could be directed from the Antenna International office in London.
“The Beatles are Coming” dVoicebox was involved in audio production for a DVD documentary on the early days of the Beatles. The audio from archive TV and newsreel clips was cleaned up, enhanced and standardised across the whole project.
Buildabear used an ISDN session with dVoiceBox to hook up with a US studio to record voice artist Dinah Lammiman providing the voiceover for some TV ads for UK childrens’ TV!
Love in Leamington – dVoiceBox recorded the performance of 7 poets and 3 musicians in February 2014 in the main library in Leamington Spa. Some of the recordings can be heard on radiowildfire.com. We also provided a PA and FOH mix for the event.
Big Mouth Productions – dVoicebox provides the technical and recording services for the regular voiceover training courses run by Big Mouth Productions.
For rates or to book the dVoicebox ISDN studio call now on 01926 431535 or email.
dVoiceBox is a service provided by Dmusic Studio – the trading name for Chris Radley.