Creative Voiceover Services

Bring your written words to life.

Enhance them with the power of voice.

People are more likely to comprehend your message if they hear it. It's easier to multi-task while listening than it is while watching.

Listen to Steven's demonstrations to find the presentation style you require. Contact us to discuss your voicing needs. Ask for a free custom-made demo.

Steven Mittler has worked with his voice for a long time. In the Seventies he performed plays and live comedy. (His last comedy gig was in the 90s at Yuk Yuks in Toronto.) In the Eighties and Nineties Steven worked in radio where he recorded commercials on an almost daily basis. (When we say that Steven has voiced well over 16,000 radio commercials we are not kidding.)

Steven has received voice training from the late Larry Glover of the CBC. To further his vocal abilities, Steven has trained one-on-one with the illustrious Mike Kirby of Voiceworx. Steven has also received guidance from voice acting greats Susan Hart, Elley-Ray Hennessy, Julie Lemieux, and John Stocker.

Click here to listen to Steven's demos.


Steven's Voice Demos

Steven as drummer Mingo Bangs in a clip from the pilot episode of Hardwood.

"Steve showed up for the recording session prepared, script in hand, with his game face on. He was exceptional to work with, took direction easily, and I got exactly the performance I wanted. He will be my first choice for all future projects."

T. Blackmore - Director 'Hardwood'

Demos

Radio and Television Commercials

Soft, natural, drill sergeant, enthusiastic, drawling and deadpan reads.

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E-Learning



Documentary Narration

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Corporate Narration

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Character Voices

Comedic demo showcasing character voices.



Free Audiobook

This is the complete twenty minute audio production of Vanessa Finaughty's Crimson Rain.

Download this to listen to it later by clicking here.


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Bloopers and Outtakes

Even seasoned voice actors flub their lines on occasion. Here are the clips that didn't make it into the final recording of Crimson Rain. Suitable for all audiences.


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