Episode 72: "Eyeball to Eyeball" with Tim Dadabo

67 minutes

Tim Dadabo (Guilty Spark from HALO, Looney Tunes, tons of commercials, animation, promo, etc...) sits down with Kiff to discuss his origins, his advice for getting a home studio where it needs to be, and the techniques, marketing advice and mindsets that have helped him be a staple in VO not only in Chicago, but world wide.

 

Follow Tim on Twitter @davocal1 and check out the breadth of his work at timdadabo.com

 

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