Tag Archives: Voice Prompts

SpeechTEK 2010 Scrapbook

They say a picture is worth a thousands words. For our SpeechTEK 2010 pictures, here are several of those words: awesome, grown, man, in, a, wizard, costume. When GM Voices goes to an industry show, we go all out. Business … Continue reading

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Different Brands, Different Voice Personas

Six GM Voices Preferred Voice Actors show you how they adjust their performances for different voice persona biographies. Just like you see in movies, an actor assumes a different identity to meet the requirements of a role. It’s no different at … Continue reading

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Real Life Testimonial: How Our Partners Sell IVRs

The Man. The Myth. The ‘King of IVR.’ His name is Champ Cash, and he is but one of the many salespeople GM Voices assists with complimentary sales tools. Results may not be exactly the same, but GM Voices is … Continue reading

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GM Voices Talent Tour (Part 1): Callie at ClueCon

The Official Voice of FreeSWITCH to Attend Telephony Developers Conference August is shaping up to a busy month at GM Voices. We’re doing double duty the first week, sending team members to SpeechTEK in NYC and ClueCon in Chicago. If … Continue reading

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Outsourced: A Show About Call Centers

Manager Sent to India, Laughs Ensue Showing just how ingrained the far-flung call center has become in our culture, I have for your evening entertainment consideration “Outsourced,” a sitcom about an Indian call center. Just think: Now you can go … Continue reading

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GM Voices at SpeechTEK 2010: A Booth and a Broomstick

Bringing the Voice Prompt Magic to NYC August 2-4 Indeed, there is a magical component that goes into developing world-class Voice Brands, editing voice prompts better than anyone in the biz, and localizing speech applications. Usually, we keep the wizard gear … Continue reading

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Meet Chad.

If GM Voices blew your mind with “Asterisk Song,” you haven’t seen nothin’ yet. Coming soon: Chad. If you didn’t find out in January, GM Voices doubles as a rising music video production house. Our first endeavor was “Asterisk Song,” … Continue reading

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Of Contracts and Calendars: Recording Voice Prompts in Weekly Sessions

Save the date with GM Voices’ safeguard for Voice Branding consistency. GM Voices’ bread and buttah is the IVR application. This is for a reason. They’re expansive and feature deep menu trees. Probably more importantly, they evolve. New options are … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a (Good) Voice Prompt

The editing bone is connected to the inflection bone. Voice prompts are tricky beasts. These short, concise audio files can give you relief or a big headache. It all depends on who’s behind the microphone. And you can’t discount the … Continue reading

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The War Against Robots Begins Now.

GM Voices leads the charge to destroy these customer connection killing machines once and for all. In the landmark 1984 science fiction movie Terminator, we learned of a dystopian near-future where humans battled the very robots that were meant to … Continue reading

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