TIH 372: David Cummings on NoSleep Podcast Live Events, Voice Training, and Tips For Narrating

TIH 372 David Cummings on NoSleep Podcast Live Events, Voice Training, and Tips For Narrating

In this podcast David Cummings talks about NoSleep Podcast live events, voice training, tips for narrating, and much more.

About David Cummings

David Cummings—musician, voice actor, raconteur. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada over 50 years ago. In 2011, David rekindled his love of voice acting and audio horror storytelling with a new venture called, “The NoSleep Podcast”. Launched on June 13, 2011, he served as both host and producer. He continues to host the show while turning over the production to his talented team. David and his team of voice actors, producers, illustrators, and composer Brandon Boone have grown the show to become one of the preeminent audio horror storytelling podcasts in the world. Currently with over 300 episodes produced totaling over 500 hours of content, the podcast has been downloaded over 100 million times. It has been featured in such media as USA Today, Wired, Fangoria, Flavorwire, Popsugar, Bustle, Blumhouse and many more. The opportunity to voice act on many projects has been one of the highlights of his career, having performed not only on NoSleep but also Darkest Night, Deadly Manners, The Black Tapes, Smalltown Horror, Creepy, and Pseudopod, among others. Since August 2014 David has run the podcast full-time through his production company, Creative Reason Media, Inc.

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1 comment

  1. I find the discussion about voice fascinating. I, too, don’t like the sound of me on recordings but like said, it’s hard to realize what you actually sound like when you’re doing the different voices while talking to others. Good point, Bob! It is a skill to learn how to interact with your audience.

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