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BEHOLD! My new IVR/telephony demo reel

I've been meaning to update my telephony reel for a while now but it always ended up being one of those things that kept getting pushed back. No longer!

There are lots of different types of business answer phone message. This demo includes a welcome message, an interactive message (IVR), an on hold message, a comfort message, a promotional message, a voicemail, an information message, a survey message and a goodbye message. Hopefully these examples will give you a good idea of what could be used for both business or non-business use. (Yup, I've provided recordings for people's personal voicemail. I enjoy thinking about those ones - John mate, you don't sound anything like your answer phone).

A mulitplicity photo of a Victorian woman

The very first IVR recording session. Photo by Boston Public Library on Unsplash

Things have come a long way since the photo above. I record everything in my professional home recording studio which includes a dedicated sound proof vocal booth.

For telephony voice over I can provide WAV, MP3 or µ-Law formats, usually with a 24 hour turnaround.

I've written previously about the benefits of professional answer phone messages, so won't bog down this post with that. But if you're no longer happy with Dave from sales recording voicemail messages for your company, then let's talk!

If you're looking for an extremely quick solution and need a new message NOW NOW NOW, you can purchase and download generic voicemail greeting sound files in the shop! They're recorded to the same standard as all my other work, they just don't mention your company name!

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Martin Whiskin voiceover artist talking into a Rode NT1-a microphone
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