Here are some examples of the voice, production and air work I've done over the years.
This was recorded off the air (off the stream, technically) from KTHO via DAR.fm, a stream recording service, and it sounds a bit over driven. It does show how I handled a head cold while on the air.
Some songs have a long fade out, in this case, Foo Fighters - Hero. Here is an example of a long vamp over the end.
When I did the weekday 7-12M show on KTHO as Marty 'til Midnight, we would have Damion Bragdon doing his Rock & Roll Cowboy Show on Fridays from 11PM to Midnight. He would send me promos that I could interact with to promote the show. I would come up with banter to fit what he sent. Sounded a little something like this...
In the course of my work at KTHO I had to produce ads for various clients.
Every year we would host a Local's Golf Day at the local golf course where the greens fees were low, and fun quotient was high. This is the ad I produced for that event.
Sometimes I would do ads for the local Casino's upcoming musical guests.
Since 2011 I have been doing a two hour weekly alternate 80s/90s music show called The Marvin Hamster Music Emporium, which is broadcast on multiple stations around the World. I choose the music, create the set lists, write and voice the breaks, and do all the audio editing. Below is a telescoped segment from the show showing production basics and music mixing.
You can get more information from the website.
Occasionally the ads I voiced would be turned into TV commercials. Here is one for Leo's Pro Audio.
The Oakland A's used to allow you to announce an at-bat of a TV re-broadcast during their Fan Fest. This is my verion, vamping a Harry Caray impersonation, with my confused friend Mark.