Anne-Marie is a professional session musician and voiceover artist who played regular Annette Turner in BBC Radio 4’s The Archers. From her home studio she is able to record anything from nuanced audiobooks to big belty MT.
Voiceover: Here you can find a range of extracts of professional work, audiobooks and radio reels. Anne-Marie is a Londoner with French and South Wales heritage, so is fluent in the former and speaks as a local in both accents.
As a taster, here is a commercial advert reel:
Music And here you can find examples of session work and musical adaptations for internationally renowned theatres. With a 3 octave range, Anne-Marie is at home in classical, folk, MT and pop music. As for musicianship, she plays cello, piano accordion, Celtic harp, ukuele, bass guitar, double bass, recorders, keys and guitar.
Home Studio: is an acoustically treated and panelled recording booth. Recordings are done using Rode NT1 microphone, focusrite scarlet 2i2 audio interface and Pro Tools (Audacity is also available) and initial contact can be made via Zoom, Skype, and Facetime.