Alan Adelberg- Audiobook narration for every genre (adventure, thriller, fantasy, GameLit, romance, and self-help)
Audiobook narration is some of the most challenging work for a voice over artist. A myriad of skills are required to elevate an already fantastic book or comic to reach a whole new audience or an existing audience in a completely different way. Alan Adelberg’s Master of Fine Arts in screenwriting and time working Hachette Book Group provides a deeper understanding of the writing process. He knows what goes into plotting, characterization, and pacing. Paired with his acting range and character voice versatility, he can deliver your story in an interesting creative and engaging way.
Bring your fantasy world to life through enigmatic voice talent
Dark and intriguing, cheery and magical, or a fantastical mixture of genres. Strong characterization and masterful handling of atmosphere, info dumps, and the weird and wonderful will bring the fantasy book alive for the reader.
Add another layer of intrigue through Thriller and adventure voice talent
Thriller and adventure stories lend themselves brilliantly to an audiobook. Alan’s work on Wings of the Pirate and Anahuac thrilled and enticed the listener. His tone and pitch provide an extra level of insight and intrigue into character motivations and emotions.
Fall in love with romance audiobooks through strong characterization and heart stopping romance
Alan Adelberg knows how to balance lust and sexiness with the real down to earth scenes, not taking the breathy, giggling trope too far. After all, romance is a serious adult business. Romance books deal in strong characterization and human understanding, it’s important to maintain distinct male and female characters throughout the audiobook, while avoiding the character of a gruff bloke and high-pitched simpering miss. Alan added a humour and a lightness to his work on Angels, Demons, and Designer Shoes, working seamlessly with his female co-worker Anneliese Rennie.
Self-help yourself with motivational and empathetic voice over
Self-help books can deal in sensitive and complex subjects, they can also be inspiring, motivating, and a revelation to the listener. Such a broad spectrum needs to be managed with a delicate and understanding hand. In this genre the narrator is often a character themselves, and the listener needs to be handled with that in mind.
Soothing and calm or upbeat and motivating, Alan’s your guy. Previous projects include The Magic Mala: A story that changes lives, (pronounced mah-lah), where his naturally empathetic voice, connected with listeners, draws them into the story from the first line. Never preachy he helps connect the listener to the author’s words, partnering to help people along the journey to better living.
New experiences in voice acting through GameLit
GameLit is an immersive and fascinating genre of writing that is taking the book and audio industry by storm. A comparably modern genre, it’s new, interesting, and fun, taking the listener on an adventure that starts with a suspension of belief that gives the writer and narrator room to play. Alan has experience in voice acting for both traditional video games, such as 3 out of 10, and GameLit narration, such as the wonderful Tusk and Blade. Bringing the character off the page and into life.