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  • Music & Audio

    $5/hr Starting at $25

    Authentic, quality, and appropriate original music is composed for background and foreground music, featuring historical period music, dramatic passages, regional, interpretive, and ethnic instruments...

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  • Voice Talent-Female

    $5/hr Starting at $25

    Soft, pleasant female voice over talent recorded in professional studio. Excellent enunciation and clarity - English. Specializing in documentary film narration, meditations, children's stories, and museum...

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  • narration voice-over

    $100/hr Starting at $100

    Professional voice-over talent recorded in professional studio. Soft, pleasant female voice with American accent, excellent enunciation, and diction.

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Custom music for film, museums, websites, etc. Styles include World, period, celestial, dramatic, Space, Native, Electronic, and more.

Emmy and Peabody Award-winning composer, synthesist, digital orchestrator, and flutist, Kat Epple, specializes in custom music, scored to picture, or to script. She enjoys working with directors and editors to find exactly the sound, mood, and feel that is needed for their project. She composes and produces any style of music, and can work within demanding time and budget constraints. Some of the film and television musical scores she composed and recorded in her digital studio include "National Geographic", "Nova", "Guiding Light", CNN, Carl Sagan, "Another World", The Travel Channel, History Channel, PBS, NASA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nature Conservancy, EPA, Home and Garden Network, Apple Computers, and the feature length film, "Captiva Island".
Ms. Epple also has a large music "library" available.

She has also released 24 music albums on international record labels, performs live in concert, at venues such as: the Guggenheim Museums, United Nations, National Gallery, and throughout the US, Europe, Asia, and Russia. She also travels throughout the world, collecting flutes from other cultures which she features in her original compositions, performances, CD releases.

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