I’m happy to announce that I just booked one of the AT&T Movers and Shakers campaigns! I recorded from home using my ISDN line. For those of you that don’t know what that is, it’s a data line that I had to have installed in my house. You know those phone calls you make to companies and there is a recorded voice saying, “This call may be recorded for quality of service?” That’s an analog data line, installed by phone companies, where they can record you on their end. It records so clearly that it sounds as if you are right there next to them. Yep…that’s ISDN. There is large debate in the VO world about this technology being old and outdated since it’s still installed by phone companies and does not function on Wi-Fi. But…nevertheless, I have it installed and ready to rock whenever it’s needed. It’s been so useful for my work as many companies will only book talents that have ISDN lines, especially if I work for companies in other states. Even though AT&T is located in El Segundo, CA (very close to me) they allowed me to work from my home studio! This was the first recording of seven, and I’m hoping they will keep me as one of the voices for the entirety of the campaign!