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From audiobooks to soundtracks, Cliff House Audio invites all kinds of creative projects.  Original music and well-cast voices are our specialty.

Recent Projects
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We recently completed work on an audio book for AM Press. Open Season is Archer Mayor's first book in a nineteen-book mystery detective series featuring Joe Gunther, criminal investigator. The stories are based in the Brattleboro Vermont area as is the author himself. Thomas Stevens of Waterbury Vermont did the reading, taking on the voices of everyone from cops and crooks to a “case-breaking” 22-year-old prostitute. Visit Archer's website for more...

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When the New Hampshire Historical Society asked us to produce an issue of their semi-annual journal Historical New Hampshire in an audio format, we called in our musical talent to accent the production with American theme music. The issue, "First Stop: The New Hampshire Primary", covers the rich history of the state always the first in the nation to hold the presidential primary. John Walter's perfectly modulated “public radio” voice coupled with Colin McCaffrey and Patti Casey's patriotic guitar, flute and penny whistle themes brought that history home. Have a listen: logo

Shopping on line, what a concept! provides a cool, Internet-based program for car dealerships, nationwide, to market their inventory on line.  There's a video tour of all the major new model cars and trucks being made, with the voices of Rob Ellis and Nilda Kerr describing the virtues of each vehicle.
Part of the voice talent pool at Cliff House Audio, Rob and Nilda make a great team, turning the fine print on car specs into a pleasant (and painless) learning experience. As far as knowing what's out there, it's a very nice ride:

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