Female Radio Imaging Voice -Rock
Rock ‘n’ Roll is here to stay!
Need a killer female voice over for your rock stations? Heather’s irreverent female radio imaging voice manifests that rock music kinda gal. You know the one, the chick who will drink beer with you in the parking lot of the concert and then gets you to the front row! Heather’s strong, smoldering voice resurrects that crazy party girl, but without anyone going to jail. 😉
Heather can glide from sultry sweet to dominatrix in a millisecond, nail the alternative rock read, be the ultimate rock fan, tell the jokes and laugh at them too! She’s the all things you want in a lady rock radio imaging voice over.
Radio -what’s not to love? Listening to a great radio station while hangin out with friends are some of life’s most sublime moments. Heather also remembers the days when you could call up your local station and talk to a human in the booth, request a song and feel connected to music world. Radio has changed a lot since the the early days and today stations are relying more and more on imaging voices to connect with their listeners. This is why Radio imaging is so important to your station. It’s your way of connecting your station to your listeners. It tells your listener what to expect. Who you are as a station and that you are with them 100 percent.
Heather voices for Classic Rock (CR), Classic Hits (CZ), Album Rock (AR) Adult Alternative (AP), Variety (VA), New Rock/Modern Rock (NR), and Adult Contemporary (AC). She has to admit it, alternative rock and classic rock are her favorite genres of music. Heather’s voice lends itself to this -it’s a natural fit. Rock ‘n’ roll is in her roots! She’s been to hundreds of rock concerts -from large arena rock shows with bands like The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Foo Fighters, Aerosmith, The Stones, U2, Guns N Roses and small intimate venues to see bands like, The Smashing Pumpkins (before they got huge!), The Vines, Wilco and The Pixies. Can you see too many shows? NOPE! From years of hanging out with band members, being a huge rock fan and just singing along at the top of her voice, Heather’s raspy, deeper female voice authenticity connects to your rock station listeners. It’s completely believable that this chick is truly is a fan -she’s just like you. You want to voice that speaks to your listeners , one that your audience can relate to and Heather’s voice does just that.
Also another thing Heather loves about radio imaging is being able to play behind the mic, she’ll give you some ad Libs and great one liners that come from a woman’s point of view of the fan. As a kick ass feminine rock chick, she’ll be a little irreverent, a little flirty, a little fun, a little sexy and a lot of rock ‘n’ roll!
Heather’s voice is very unique -Raspy, husky, sultry and definitely sexy. She can’t help it, she’s just drawn that way (Thanks Jessica Rabbit!) Your listeners will know right away what kind of station they are listening to and she’ll stand out from the “regular” female imaging voices out there. Truly making your station branding unique and distinctive.
Many times you need that promo, sweeper, legal ids, liners, or stingers quickly and Heather will get your audio back to you super quick! In her studio, she uses a Sennheiser MK416, an Audient iD14 interface and on her MacBook Pro. Heather uses Adobe Audition as her editing/recording software.
If you are interested in Heather for your station, you can reach out to Heather directly for a free audition at email@example.com
Radio imaging is one of the most fun and exciting places to be in voice over today. Heather is so grateful that this exciting genre found her. It speaks to her rock ‘n’ roll girl at heart. It’s something she was born to do. Heather would love to be the voice of your station!
Contact her directly for a custom demo. She would love to talk to you!
Here’s an actual Youtube Testimonial: “I’m so f*cking high rn. Have no idea how I got here but this is awesome.” —Mike (A little crude but this as a very, ehm, high… honor.)
Heather can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 816-820-0376, or by filling out the form below.