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  1. #11
    I thought the same thing based on CTListener's description, but I found some clips on Sirius's web site and it is not David Lee.

    Compare:
    http://www.davidleeproductions.com/f...avid%20Lee.mp3
    https://www.exploresiriusxm.com/chan...sxm-nfl-radio/
    "Its music what makes a radio station, and at Live FM, we play the last music around."
    After receiving that copy, I quit the VO industry.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by PTBoardOp94 View Post
    I thought the same thing based on CTListener's description, but I found some clips on Sirius's web site and it is not David Lee.

    Compare:
    http://www.davidleeproductions.com/f...avid%20Lee.mp3
    https://www.exploresiriusxm.com/chan...sxm-nfl-radio/
    Both men are obviously trying to invoke the sound of the legendary voice of NFL Films, John Facenda. You're right, the SXM man is not Lee.

  3. #13
    I know he does the westwood one voiceover stuff. Since I don't listen to Sirius, I couldn't be sure.

  4. #14
    https://www.exploresiriusxm.com/chan...nba-news-talk/

    Here's another Sirius voice that annoys me, mostly because of the all-too-obvious stereotyping of only using a voice that sounds African-American on one channel, NBA Radio. There's also something really small-time sounding about all the noisy sound effects in the background and the phasing gimmickry on the voice. This is common on just about all of SXM's promo work. Someone there thinks phasing and/or compressing voices to telephone audio quality is cool and exciting. To me, it just makes the promo sound like the work of some small-market wannabe production genius intent on using all the audio gimmicks at his disposal on every promo. I certainly don't hear over-the-top, cluttered production like this on FM.

  5. #15
    David Lee is very talented (for some situations), but his over the top presentation doesn't work in other situations. I have heard him as a VO for tv newscasts, and that simply doesn't work, IMO. I have worked with Jeff Davis for many years, (forrmer WLS VO), and I can recommend him as easy to work with and provides just a smooth, clean VO for almost every occasion. This is an unsolicited reference.

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