Tribute to Steve Jobs impact on voice overs « Voice123s Blog – Voice the Dream

not as widely accepted as it is today. But over the last three decades, he made computers…very cool. It is cool to be a voice over artist/computer geek working from home. In fact, the word “geek” is now a term of affection, if you are a DIY-voice over talent. There is no doubt in my mind that voice talent who started out in the last three decades were inspired by him, either directly or indirectly. He was, after all, given Executive Producer credit for “Toy Story“  in 1995, and has also made working from home and on the road as a voice talent, extremely convenient.  Living life as an artist was not always considered a “real”  job. He seems to have changed that notion. Maybe his strongest impact on the voice over industry was/is that he made “getting work from home” a very real possibility. His belief system mentioned below seems to have extended all the way into the minds of those who buy from Apple. They “think different”. As we are all artists, we invite you to watch Steve Jobs’ commencement speech in 2005 at Stanford University. He states within, a quote all voice artists can live by, and some already do:

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