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Creativoices: The Company that Launched a Thousand Characters

We are a society who loves to be entertained.  Let's face it.  Fantasy TV shows would not be exciting without the special effects.  Dramas would not be as touching without the tear-breaking musical backgrounds.  Puppets and radio shows with high-pitched dialogues are what fascinates us and fuels our imaginations.

You might have probably wondered who these people are.  Those who work behind the lines.  Those who give voice to the commercial puppets and voice-overs.

Well, while at Blogapalooza, we were presented with a special treat by one of the well-known voice companies in the country -- Creativoices!

Pocholo Gonzales of Creativoices

Creativoices offers voice-over and sound effect solutions to various TV and radio shows.  They're so good at their craft that they are usually the go-to people for dozens of multi-media companies and organizations.

Here's a short demo on what they do.

Want to learn how to do that?  Creativoices can also show you how!  They provide voice-over trainings for aspiring talents who wish to enter the profession.

So join the bandwagon.  You never know.  You might just be the next voice of creativity!


Creativoices Productions
3rd Floor, Light Blue Bldg.
1745 Dian St., Palanan,
Makati City 1235
T    +63 2 2396468


  1. @Aria: Yes, he is. He actually requested all of us to close our eyes while listening to him. Very impressive talent he has there. =)


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