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L.E. Modesitt, Jr. and Stephen Baxter

Time for a quick career update. If you don’t care about what I’m working on right now, just skip this post and move on with your day. Audiobooks are currently my gold mine, and Tantor is the source. Roughly two months ago, I recorded the first two titles in L.E….

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Western Medicine

I’m currently in the midst of my longest audiobook project yet–an as-yet uncompleted fantasy series, currently two books, averaging an expected runtime of 20 hours each. I did something irresponsible last Saturday night and went to a comedy show (by the way, if you live in the LA area and…

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Kyle McCarley on Nickelodeon

Did you miss my performance on Nickelodeon? Not to worry! Full episodes of Every Witch Way are available on nick.com, and my scenes are conveniently available right here in this video! I voiced the off-camera role of Jake Novoa, an Australian the director describes as “the Mark Zuckerberg of the…

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Complete Guide to Set Up a Free, TRUE Phone Patch for Your Home Studio

A phone patch is a way for the client/producer/director to dial a phone number and talk to you remotely while you’re recording, which always seems to make things go more quickly, smoothly, and improves the quality of the end product.  It’s absolutely an essential need for your in-home studio.  ISDN?…

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Kyle’s On Nickelodeon

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for me. I had my ten year high school reunion, and when I got back to LA, work exploded for a few days. A commercial for Park University, a follow up in the Christmas Stories puzzle game saga, and an upcoming RTS game…

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Glowing Review for PRINCE OF SHADOWS

If you haven’t picked up a copy of the audiobook, Prince of Shadows, yet here’s a reason to do so… Review from AudioFile Magazine PRINCE OF SHADOWS A Novel of Romeo and Juliet Rachel Caine, Read by Kyle McCarley • Unabridged • MAY 2014 Tantor Media • Trade Ed. Tantor…

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Preventing Voice Loss

Wow, it’s been a long while since I paid any attention to this blog. Career updates real quick: over the past month and a half or so, I’ve been doing some corporate narration for a new client, Chasse Consulting, which is the first I’ve booked through dB Talent, and that’s…

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Exclusive Voice Over Services

I’m currently recovering from a sore throat/stuffy-nose one-two punch that knocked me off the microphone in the middle of book #2 of 3 for the month, requiring me to tell the author of that book that I’ll have to delay until I can meet the rapidly approaching deadline of book…

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Voice Over is Acting

I’m in the middle of the most work-intensive month I’ve had in at least a year (three audiobooks from start to finish between Jan 6 and Jan 29, plus auditions for pretty major projects coming from my new agent more than twice a day and a handful of other small…

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Significance, D’mok Revival, and JVC Talent

Things got a little bit quiet for me after Unepic came out, but they’ve started to pick up enough to justify a major blog post. I was actually starting to worry that the audiobook well had dried up when Tantor got in touch with me two weeks ago to ask…

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