Need a podcast intro or outro?
Did you know that once someone has found your podcast, they will decide in the first few seconds whether or not they will keep listening? Get people hooked with a professional podcast intro. I can voice a podcast intro, add music that matches your tone and style, produce it, and send it to you in an MP3 or WAV file for just $50. Just need the voice? I can do that for $25.
I have been working as a professional voice-over artist for 25 years. You may not have a big budget but you have a great idea. Let me help you convince people to keep listening!
Podcast intros will be delivered within 48 hours via a Dropbox link to your email address. I hope to get your intro exactly right the first time. However, if there is anything you don't like, I offer two round of revisions. If you don't quite like the delivery, want to choose a different music bed, or just want to make some other adjustment, I will rework it and send you an updated file.
There are a lot of podcasts out there. Let me help yours stand out with a professional podcast intro!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do your podcast intros come with commercial rights?
Yes. Podcasts are a little different than other commercial media. Many podcasters are working with little to no budget. Many never intend to make any money off of their episodes. Even those who do often barely make enough to cover hosting fees.
Because I love podcasting, these intros come with full buyout commercial rights. That would typically be a relatively expensive add-on, sometimes costing more than the production itself. But is included at no additional cost with this package.
Are you a real professional or just someone who ordered a microphone online?
Well, I did recently order a microphone online, but it was a new Sennheiser MK4. It replaced my AKG C3000B which I have been using for close to 20 years. It was a great mic, but it's age was finally impacting the sound. These are professional microphones that are mounted on a studio grade swingarm and plugged in via an XLR cable to my Focusrite Scarlett. The Scarlett has beautifully clean microphone pre-amps and a professional class analog/digital converter. That is plugged into my MacBook Pro which is sound isolated in a rack so as not to add any fan noise into the mix. I edit and produce with the powerful Adobe Audition software, a newer version of software I have been using for over 20 years. My studio is sound conditioned with 48 square feet of Auralex acoustical foam plus custom-made sound baffles for a professional studio level noise floor.