Monday, July 13, 2009

Producer Interview: Brendon Coyle

Brendan Coyle has more than ten years of experience in the music business. He earned his master's degree in Music Technology from the College of Saint Rose. He has produced recordings for projects ranging from choruses and big bands to jazz trios and folk artists. Brendan has done narration work on independent films and has worked for years with the Capital Repertory Theater in Albany, New York.

Brendan’s years of experience as a musician and a producer have given him a great ear and the ability to get the best sound while working with a diverse range of clients. He believes that the key to a good recording is a comfortable and fun working environment where he can use his skills and your talent to achieve the best voice over demo.

Name and Title
Brendan Coyle - Voice Coach and Producer

How and why you got into the voice over industry
Via the recording industry. I edited and produced voice overs and music while earning my Master's degree in Albany, and found myself doing a lot of voice work production. Makes sense considering the human voice is the most recorded instrument in the recording industry.

What do you enjoy in your free time
Playing music and researching History

Something about you that not many people know
I have duel citizenship with the U.S. and the U.K.

What is your least favorite word or sound and why
The sound of popsicle sticks being rubbed together hurts my teeth.

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