(Last Updated On: March 18, 2021)

Voice Over Marketing Strategies with Award Winner Jodi Krangle

 

Voice over Marketing is often overshadowed by video marketing. In this episode of the Freddy O show I am excited to bring on award winning Voice Over Artist Jodi Krangle. We discuss the importance of having an audio strategy in your marketing efforts.

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Voice Over Marketing Ideas with Award Winning Jodi Krangle Episode #12

ABOUT Jodi Krangle

Jodi Krangles's voiceover journey began with singing —since around the time, Jodi started talking. Music has always been a way that Jodi's family connects. When she was little, her dad would pull out his trusty guitar, and her mom would sing to her sister and her at bedtime.

Fast forward to 1993. Through gaming (Dungeons and Dragons, to be exact), Jodi was introduced to “Filk” music—the music that is played at science fiction/fantasy conventions. In 1994, She joined two friends from the fandom world to form an acoustic band called Urban Tapestry. In their time together, they headlined at music conventions in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.

Jodis first voiceover work was in 1995 when she spent a year in a volunteer position with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) creating books on tape. And by tape, she means real “tape.”—reel to reel, baby. Several years later, Jodi leaped to venture out on her own, and boy, its been rewarding for her.

Jodi has done voiceover work in the healthcare, corporate, hospitality, political, and non-profit sectors. 

Some of Jodi's satisfied high profile clients include Dell, Bose, BBVA, Subway, Steinmart, Bissell, Unisom, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital, Kraft, Visit Orlando, HGTV, and more.

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Here are some fun facts about Jodi:

  • She was honored to be the Winner of the 2018 SOVAS Award for Outstanding Narration Demo.
  • She is a filker! Her all-female, acoustic band, Urban Tapestry is pretty well-known in the Filk scene (science fiction- / fantasy-themed music).
  • She is a self-taught computer nerd. She sold computer hardware back when the 386SX was shiny and new. 
  • Her love of computers led to her discovery of this mind-blowing thing called the Internet back in the early 1990s. That led her into web design and the creation of a songwriting resource called The Muse's Muse that she ran from 1994 until 2016.
  • She started doing search engine optimization and internet marketing work back when banner ads were all the rage. 
  • If She could have a chip in my head keeping me connected to the Internet, she would totally do that. She just about constantly connected (which is how she able to respond to emails so quickly)!
  • She still loves comic books and D&D. Think of Jodi as a smart, wry, Tina Fey-like, post-apocalyptic warrior princess leading an army of Dr. Who and Firefly fans in an epic battle cry.

From Disney to Depend and beachside resorts to little blue pills, she's just about done it all! (The voiceover work, that is.) She truly loves what she does! 

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EPISODE #12 PODCAST TRANSCRIPT

My Beautiful Wife
Thank you for listening to the Freddy O Show own show, a podcast devoted to you, the listener, your purpose, your mindset and your marketing efforts designed to help you go to that next level. Now, here's your host, Freddie.

Freddy Owen
Oh, I am super excited to have Jodi Krangle on board today. Jodi, welcome to the radio show.

Jodi Krangle
Thanks so much for having me here.

Freddy Owen
So let's get this party started. Who is Jody Crangle?

Jodi Krangle
Oh, that's a good question. I'm still trying to figure it out.

Yeah,

uh, well, I'm a voice actor. I've been doing that since 2007. Full time. And I am a podcaster. Now for probably only about a year, actually. And I'm loving it. It's a lot of fun. It's just kind of an extension of what I've already been doing.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, and you have actually been the voice in so many the, as far as your voice acting in so many big-name brand commercials. It's crazy. Like when I looked at your profile, you know, I saw fancy fees, the cat food, NFL, Coca Cola, Chase, bank, KFC, Disney, the list goes on and on. That did not happen overnight. What was the journey like,

Jodi Krangle
uh, the journey is a long one.

It's, it doesn't happen overnight, you need to learn the craft, it does take coaching, I don't think it matters, what kind of voice you have, there is a spot for every voice out there, it's just that you need to know what to do with it. And in the beginning, you won't know what you don't know. So you need to be able to be okay with taking criticism and understanding that you don't know everything and that you need to take instruction. And when you're ready, your coach will tell you that you should make a demo because that demo is your calling card. It's basically, your business card as a voice actor. And it's the first thing people are going to listen to when they want to decide whether to hire you or not. So that's really important. And beyond that, everyone's journey is different.

Freddy Owen
You know, it's crazy, because, you know, I've never thought of the power of audio compared, you know, because everybody talks about the video, But then when you when I looked at your profile, and you brought up the power of audio with branding, it's crazy, because then I thought about, okay, so when I make videos, and if you add music behind it, it makes a video, it can make one video that is decent, amazing. With the right audio in the background, and maybe the right voice, the right voice. And with these commercials, you know, it's not just like you, if there's a craft to it. And you know, you talk about branding, and it's like keeping consistent, the sound, you know, and how you present your company is like the hidden gem of marketing, can you dig a little deeper into that?

Jodi Krangle
Well, I am one small, one very small part of that entire package, the package being a soundscape that tells other people who your company is, and what you stand for, and what you are passionate about. And all of those things need to work together with the visual, or you have a disconnect, and people aren't going to trust you, and they're not going to be sure why it's almost subconscious. Also, on video, your video could be perfectly wonderful. But if your audio isn't, it's going to ruin the whole thing. And you can watch a video, I guess you can get a lot from a video by watching, but it's not the same experience; you won't get an emotional impact if there's no sound. And you know, that goes back to two movies, and what they do with music because they influence the emotions you feel when you're watching our senses work together. And I think what I'm trying to get at is that if you're losing out on one, focus on only one, you're not getting the whole picture, you're not creating a central experience for the people that are experiencing your company, your brand, and they won't know who you are as well as they could.

Freddy Owen
It's crazy, cuz. Yes, last night, you know, my wife is like you want to watch the notebook with me. I've never watched it. And if you're watching the notebook,

Jodi Krangle
I think I watched bits and pieces of it. And it destroyed me, and I couldn't watch the whole thing.

Freddy Owen
So I look over to the right, and I'm working on a website at the point in time, but I'm listening, but I'm not watching and listening, and I hear the music in the background I hear. Right, and my wife is like crying feel like it's just so sad. And like you were just watching. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood. It's crazy. Because music Yeah, if you watch these movies, and if it didn't have any music, it probably wouldn't be as impactful by any means. It just hits you.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, there's more to it, though, especially with a beautiful day in the neighborhood, because I grew up with Mr. Rogers. So so so it's the sound of his voice. It's the songs that he's saying. It was the cadences of his voice; a lot of it was audio. And so I'm watching it on the screen, and I'm listening to it at the same time. And it's, it's like, grabbing me in my childhood, and, and squeezing my heart.

Freddy Owen
It took you back in time. Oh, my

Jodi Krangle
God. Yes.

Freddy Owen
So it makes you wonder, do you ever like just if you were to like, close your eyes, and just listen around you what you're missing by all the loud noises we have in this day and age, that the actual noises that are really around us that we don't even notice that are very impactful. And every day on innovative, everyday life, like there have been times where I would walk outside, and just to get away, and walk barefoot in the grass, and close my eyes and just listen to the birds. And it does; it brings you to a different. It's like different energy. And I guess that's the same thing with branding with movies with television. It's so important. It's like science in a way, especially when you're marketing your brand.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, it is a science. And a lot of people have studied it. There are psychological studies out there that talk about the influence that sound has on our buying habits, which I find fascinating because we humans are very complex creatures.

Freddy Owen
We are

Jodi Krangle
our brains are wired weirdly.

Jodi Krangle
So seeing how all of the senses work together is fascinating. And yeah, you can emotionally experience sound. Sound and scent are our most powerful senses. And I think in a lot of ways, sound has been evolutionary. That way, because of evolutionary because of evolution, evolution. Well, I talked for a living of evolution; we have been conditioned to pay a lot of attention to sound. And I don't know that I think it's only become a recent phenomenon that people are cluing in to how powerful it is. Because in our development as human beings, we use it for defense, we use it for emotional response, you know, the cries of a baby to the mother, you know, like, it's basic. So it's, it's something that's a part of our biological makeup. And in advertising and marketing, it's been an afterthought for a long time. And with a lot of people.

Freddy Owen
I agree I I've never really thought about this, this aspect of it, it's very, very, is very interesting to me. The one thing interesting in your audio branding secrets PDF, which will be in the show notes, everybody, so you need to go to the show notes at Winwithfred.com. You talk about colors and your branding, and what sounds matched that it takes the power of audio and branding to a new level. Can you explain that?

Jodi Krangle
Well, I mean, some people have, I think it's called synesthesia, who like hear colors, some people are literal, in that respect. I'm not necessarily expecting that anyone who gets that PDF will be, you know, have that ability. And I think it's on the autism spectrum, but I think of it as a gift. It's incredible. But it's, I guess it just is what emotion Do you want to evoke in your clients in general, and if you have chosen a specific color scheme for your, your company, or your brand, there are emotions that those colors evoke.

Freddy Owen
Oh, absolutely. Oh, yeah.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah. So you do think about that in terms of colors. Now also think about the sounds that go with those colors, and the emotions you're trying to make people feel.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, it's crazy, but it's like a science, like a deep science.

Jodi Krangle
It is.

Freddy Owen
Yeah. And it amazes me because I know that you know, because you've been on in some big-name, brand. Commercials been part of big marketing campaigns. And it's like, you see a lot of behind the scenes of it, there's a lot of like that goes into that,

Freddy Owen
they don't just sit there and say, you know, let's hire somebody to do this voice over here. Here's your voiceover. It's tonality. It's the way you present it, the music, all that stuff. It's it's a big deal.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, it is. And, honestly, a lot of that happens before I'm even a part of the picture. So the marketing company or the advertising company, or both, it could have to those people are the ones who are crafting a brand, who are putting together the emotional feeling of what that brand stands for, and who they might attract, and who they might repel. And let me just say that repelling people is just as valid as attracting them because you don't want people who aren't going to be passionate about your brand. And so if that brand isn't for these particular people, that's okay. You know, they're they are for other people who are attracted, you know, so you need to know who you are to affect which one you go for. And, and it's, it's kind of the same package, you know, like, not everybody likes everything. True? Well, so yeah. So some things would appeal to you that may not appeal to me. And, you know, you might like this brand. And it might feel like they're your people was as it might not be my thing. And there's another brand that I appreciate for a different aspect. And all of this goes into crafting a brand voice. And I'm putting that in quotation marks because it's not really like the spoken word voice. By that, I mean the overall feeling, the overall picture that you present, who you are, and what you're passionate about. And, and that is, that's a big picture. And I'm just one small portion of that big picture.

Freddy Owen
But it's a very critical ocean that year; you are big time. So how does somebody like a brand new person wants to start building a brand? Do you know? How would they identify their brand voice?

Jodi Krangle
Well, there are a bunch of questions to ask yourself, but I think the first thing to find out is why are you doing what you're doing? So once you know why you can figure out what emotions you want to evoke in the people who experience your brand. And it's those emotions that will dictate everything. Because what you want people to feel when they think about your product is everything. That's your brand right there.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, big time. It's just. It's crazy. Um, so what, what is a big no, no, in your opinion, when it comes to audio branding? Like, have you ever seen any, like, branding that you were like, Oh, my gosh, the audio doesn't fit the video?

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, the image? I think many people, if they have an on hold, if they have an IVR system, a phone system, or something like that, having on-hold music that does not fit their brand is a big No, no. And I think people think it's an afterthought. But suppose someone's waiting in the line to talk to you. In that case, you want to give them the picture of who your company is and make them think that you're not professional and having like 80s hair band music on there, you know, on an on-hold messaging system while you're waiting to talk to someone at a high-end jewelry store really doesn't do it.

Freddy Owen
You're on hold with Verizon; please standby for some Megadeath; it probably would not work.

Jodi Krangle
It's so crazy how little people pay attention to that particular thing. And yet, it's a pretty crucial part of a lot of audio branding, if you think about it, because I

Mean, how often do we wait on a phone line?

Freddy Owen
Sometimes way too long, way too long. We talked about overcoming fears on a video show, because fears I believe, are a huge deterrent to helping somebody find their purpose. They could have something very great inside of them, but something is holding them back. And fear is just crazy. So sure. And the voice is a powerful tool. What would you say to someone that is having a hard time putting themselves out there, and how did you overcome any fears? If you had any?

Jodi Krangle
Uh, well, I will say that being a podcast guest is still a fairly new thing for me. So,

Freddy Owen
You're doing a great job.

Jodi Krangle 
Thank you.

Jodi Krangle
Um, so yeah, putting yourself out there is scary in general, you know, I don't think any of us are entirely at ease with this unless we've been doing it for 30 years. And I certainly haven't

Jodi Krangle
it does take some time to get used to the sound of your voice. And I will say that I just saw a, I think it's a video of vidcast Marie Forleo. TV, do you know, Marie Forleo?

Freddy Owen
I do not, but I'm going to look her up.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, I would suggest that she just put out a video where she talks to a vocal coach in LA, I believe is in LA, his name is Roger love. And he spoke a lot about getting used to the sound of your voice and recognizing that if you don't like the sound of your voice, you can change it, that you're not just stuck with it. You are the amalgamation of all of the voices you heard when you were growing up, and you're just imitating them. So if you can teach yourself to imitate someone else, you know, you will come on to your own style, in the process of doing that and get out of the habit of doing some things that you think maybe less nice to hear.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, and is it's just about conquering that fear and just doing it and, and because you're right. People don't like their own voice.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, yeah, I've heard that a lot. And I mean, being in the business I am I've had to, you know, obviously get used to the sound of my own voice. But, but beyond that, it's training not to be monotone. It's training, not necessarily to be a public speaker. But if you are speaking in public, there are ways that you can make your voice more interesting to listen to. And this is a process like everything else. It's not something you learn overnight; it takes time. You could be terrified in front of the audience that's listening to you, and you are thinking in your head that you're awful. But you know, that's we're so hard on ourselves, especially creatives, anyone who does anything creative, is just nasty to themselves in their heads. And I think that quieting that voice can help you get over a lot of fear to

Freddy Owen
Beautiful. Love it. Any prepping sequence before you do a voiceover

Jodi Krangle
just a lot of hydration and no dairy right before I start.

Freddy Owen
Okay, guys, so listen, no dairy or you do any kind of speaking. So what's your audio setup look like in your home studio,

Jodi Krangle
I have a five by four sound-treated booth. So the walls are pretty sick here. When they're all treated, it is not soundproofed. And I make that distinction because soundproofing means that no sound would get into this that's outside of the booth. And that's simply not the case. And if I wanted to have something like that, I would probably have to spend, you know, in at least the five fingers. Wow, yeah, it would be expensive. Sound trading is a lot easier and a lot less expensive. Now, I mean, the booth that I have is not inexpensive by any means. But I make a living at this. So. So I've had I've invested in my business, put it that way. But a lot of people can start with foam, and speaking into foam treated corner and maybe having something behind them and not having a whole bunch of hard surfaces around them like a carpet under them or, you know, there's really simple ways to do this do not cost a lot of money, especially for podcasters. And yeah, they're, it's a, it's a great way to increase the nice sound of your microphone. By having a sound-treated environment, you can get away with not the greatest microphone ever if you have a really good environment to use that microphone because it can shine. My mic in particular, is a Sennheiser 416. And I use that because of my voiceovers. It's one of the most popular microphones for voice actors actually because it kind of makes the voice pop a little in the mix. And often, especially when you're talking commercial and corporate narration and that kind of thing, which are my bread and butter. You are speaking over and complementing the video with music.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, that's it's amazing I saw the setup. It's cool. Give me a ton of ideas about what I can do in my home and make my home To do even better, so yes, definitely. So you're a filmmaker? Yes. What? Is that all about?

Jodi Krangle
Oh, my goodness. Well, I am a geek. I am a card-carrying geek. Yes. Um, and I started going to science fiction fantasy conventions when? Wow, 1993 I think? Yeah, so it's been a while. And I got into that through role-playing. So RPGs, like Dungeons and Dragons, and that kind of stuff. So I met people who went to these things at gaming get-togethers and met some musicians who went to these things and formed a group. And it turns out that the music that is played at science fiction fantasy conventions is something called Filk, which I think stems from a stencil mistake for folk. And instead, they used an eye; I guess it was like a writer mistake. And this is like back in; I don't know, probably the late 60s, early 70s, or something like that. Um, I was not around at that time. But, but yeah, that's how other people tell it. And yeah, I've been involved in filk music for quite some time. And in fact, I used to be a member of a band. Well, I still am a member of the band, herb, a Deaf history, but we haven't really done anything in a while. Just because it's hard for us to get together and practice. And we have one local convention here in Ontario. That happens. And unfortunately, because of COVID, all of these things are canceled. And yeah, for the foreseeable future. So yeah. Every year, I also used to go to a convention in Atlanta, which was also a film convention, where I sang with a nine-piece jazz band. Wow. Like, yeah, so it's great stuff. I mean, we have a lot of fun. But it's a jazz blues swing and, and, you know, filk music has that kind of genre feel to it. So we would add the folk music in there. And it was this awesome kind of evening for people to have out of film convention where they could go and have a nice dinner, and dress to the nines and dance. And you know, we were the entertainment

Freddy Owen
It was a lot of fun. Like a jam session.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, yeah, kind of.

Unfortunately, that convention has been canceled as well. And it's usually at the beginning of January. So yeah, we're canceled out for quite some time.

Freddy Owen
I know. It's, it's been crazy, the whole COVID thing and all the stuff that's been like twisting life around a little bit, but you know what, you take that, and you run with it. Um, and you know what, there's always next year. Are you saying next year's was canceled already?

Jodi Krangle
Yeah. This was January 2021. Yeah, it was already cancelled? Well, first of all, I'm in Canada. So our borders are closed. And I don't know when they're opening.

Jodi Krangle
I won't be able to make that trip until that opens, first of all, but, but second of all, I think a lot of people just are, you know, they don't want to gather it's, it's, it's worrying. And also, you know, second wave could happen around September, October, November, and no one really knows exactly how that's going to go. And I think people are just nervous of large gatherings of strangers in any case.

Freddy Owen
So you're right because it is I can't even imagine like, for instance, even a big football game or baseball games getting together, you know how you're like, like a sardine in some of these concert halls. It's gonna be a stigma that's gonna last for a while even when Covid goes away. It's still gonna be in the back of our minds. Yeah, no matter what it is, but you stay positive. You stay focused. And so how have you like, for instance, did you do a lot of traveling or did you always do your vocals within your studio?

Jodi Krangle
Well, it depends on what I was doing. As far as voiceover is concerned. Usually, I do it in my studio, and that's why I have the setup that I do because I'm remote ready. And I have been remote ready for probably at least seven-plus years. I mean, I've been doing this since 2007. But you know you perfect your sound, and you get your studio all set and I you know had to build my studio, you know, box here. My padded room. Yeah, oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. I often tell people I spend all day talking to myself in a padded room. Yes.

Freddy Owen
That's great. But now, it's just cool that you weren't using your voice for your career. And we talked about this a little bit you don't do like voice actual voice acting and like a movie or anything. But if somebody approached you, would you go for it?

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, I probably would. I don't typically do animation or video games or anything like that I do not do audiobooks and have absolutely no interest in that. I commend the people who do it, but it's just way too much of a slog for me to get. Oh, yeah,

Freddy Owen
that's news or

Jodi Krangle
Oh, my goodness, all I'm sure that I know that the people who love to do it love to do it, because it's acting, smorgasbord. I mean, like, you're doing everything, especially if it's fiction, like, you know, if it's nonfiction, that's something else. But fiction. Oh, my goodness, I mean, so much to grab on to, and I get it. If you're in a theater or want to be a film person and want to be on camera and on a stage, then yeah, I totally get it. But that's never been my dream. I came at this from singing. So my thing is commercials and corporate narration, and I just, I love that stuff. It's just that it is a challenge to allow the writer and the audio engineer, and everyone experiencing that brand, to hear my voice in their head representing their brand. Like I think that's, that's a thrill for me.

Freddy Owen
Oh, it's awesome. If you were to say who was the, in your eyes, the best of the other than yourself? Best of the Best when it comes to voiceover.

Jodi Krangle
Oh, my goodness, that is a tough question because there are so many different genres.

Freddy Owen
I think I'm going to throw mine out there real quick. Go ahead. I like Seth MacFarlane.

Jodi Krangle
Oh, I agree. He's brilliant.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, it's crazy. And oh my gosh, what's the other guy from CERN at live? He's freaking so good. I can't think of his name—Bill Hader. Okay, yeah, he's good, too. But yes, Seth blows me away.

Jodi Krangle
Wow. No, I totally agree, And I actually, I would agree because of his comedic timing and his vocal skills with, you know, animation, and because he can act on screen. Like he's, and he can do dramatic stuff. Like he's a fantastic all-around actor. And I think in that sense, if you're talking about voice acting as an acting trade, yeah, he would be at the top of my list.

Freddy Owen
But anybody else?

Jodi Krangle
You know, I think

Don LaFontaine, who used to do the whole in a world trailer. He was good at what he did. And it was a very specialized genre. And he did a whole bunch of stuff with it. And

there was,

yeah, there was just there was a lot of skill that went into that, that no one knew was a skill until he started doing it. So he was, you know, he started it all off. And it was a mistake. I mean, like he, he just subbed in for someone who didn't show and, and they loved him. And it became like, I don't know how many years of career,

Freddy Owen
you know, so he did he probably if you said what he says he probably But no, in a world. What do you mean by that?

Jodi Krangle
Well, he did; he did the trailer voices. So like, I don't know, there aren't very many voices in trailers these days. They just don't use that anymore. But, you know, when they were doing trailers, where they would have a voice describing what happened on.

Freddy Owen
like, like Jodi Krangle full-time voice actor since 2007, voiceover and vocals.com. Check it out. Something like that.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, something like that. Started awesome. You

Freddy Owen
can hire me as well. I need some work permit. So real quick, make fabulous and make sure you go to winwithfred.com. Look at the show notes. You're going to get the top five tips for implementing an inner intentional audio strategy, audio branding worksheet, which also gives you access to the studio Resources Center. And also in the show notes. You have ways to get a hold of Jodi and potentially take advantage of our services because you will you'll do voiceovers for certain for anyway, pretty much as long as it fits your what's good, right?

Jodi Krangle
Well, I mean, yeah, if they think that I would fit their brand, I'm more than willing to talk with them. I also do intros and outros for podcasts. So I've done that several times and enjoy that as well. And if I'm not the right voice, I can, you know, point them in the right direction. I know a lot of people who do who are bilingual who have different accents and, and are from different places in the world, and you know, it depends on what you need.

Freddy Owen
So, also visit voiceover and vocals.com. It'll be in the show notes. To learn more about Jodi and listen to her podcast, the audio branding podcast. And you know what, if you go to her website, you can hear all the commercials she's done. It's it's brilliant. I, I brought my wife in here, Kristy, and I'm like, so this, this is the NFL. This is Disney, all this stuff. And you've really done some major work. So I'm super happy that you've been on the show. So okay, we're going to go to the super hyper-fast. q&a round. Are you ready? Here we go. So what animal would the cutest is scaled down to the size of a hamster?

Jodi Krangle
Mm

Freddy Owen
hmm.

Jodi Krangle
That is a really good question. And I'm trying to do this lightning-fast, and you did a great job with a hippopotamus?

Freddy Owen
Very good. Perfect answer. That would be very cute. Um, what weird food combination Do you enjoy?

Jodi Krangle
Weird food combination? Hmm. You know I

I'm drawing a blank. Oh my

Freddy Owen
I did mine is applesauce and mashed potatoes.

Jodi Krangle
Oh, but you know, that's not like you have your had potato Legos.

Freddy Owen
What's that?

Jodi Krangle
Potato lot cuz our it's like,

like, they're almost like hashbrowns. It's like a Jewish culture dish dish, you know? So they fry up, make slivers of potato and then you know, put egg in it, fry it up kind of like a little pancake, and then put sour cream and applesauce on top of it.

Freddy Owen
So it's not that weird, like gumbo?

Jodi Krangle
Well, yeah, I mean, to me, it's not that weird.

Freddy Owen
Do you have any? Ah,

Jodi Krangle
I'm going to go back

Freddy Owen
To this question. Think about it?

Jodi Krangle
I'll have to think about that. I honestly, I'm not. I'm kind of drawing a blank.

Freddy Owen
Okay, what movie? Can you watch over and over again without getting tired of it? Oh, no, no,

Unknown Speaker
I'm not doing very well with these questions. Oh, my goodness.

Freddy Owen
Mine is Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Really? Okay. I love it. I would get caught up at the end.

Jodi Krangle
Yeah, yeah, I can see why it's a good movie. Honestly, I don't tend to watch movies again. That's just a weird quirk of mine. I watch a movie once, and then I'm done.

Freddy Owen
one and done. So there's no, and that's fair. That's a fair answer. Yeah, what I'm done. So what's your favorite movie? Oh, is that a tough one, too? Oh, it's tough.

Jodi Krangle
Well, I mean, it depends on what I've, what I've been watching. Um, you know, way back when Helena Bonham Carter was brand new. She did a movie called lady gray. And it was based on Jane Gray's brief stint as Queen of England, like way back. Okay. And I think she lasted like, I don't know, something like 14 days or 12 days or something like that. And then she was like, beheaded.

Freddy Owen
That's nice. Yeah, this is a kid show.

Jodi Krangle
But it was a good movie. And actually, Patrick Stewart played her father. And yeah, it was an excellent, excellent movie. And I went into the theater and saw it when it first came out. And, and I liked it. And I mean, historical stuff I've always enjoyed, so that kind of, I liked it.

Freddy Owen
Historical and sci-fi fantastic. Yeah. So if someone narrated your life, who would you want that near narrator to be?

Jodi Krangle
Uh, oh, my goodness. I'm a constant. What is her name?

Oh, this is so awful. My mind is completely blank

Freddy Owen
Mine. I would want James Earl Jones.

Jodi Krangle
Oh, of course,

Freddy Owen
of course, because he would make me sound cool.

Jodi Krangle
Emma Thompson.

Freddy Owen
Yeah. Oh, I forgot this one. What's your cure for hiccups

Jodi Krangle
I drink water from the other side of the cup. So you have to bend over to do it. And water to get rid of hiccups.

Freddy Owen
Yeah, so you, I can't picture this. So say it again.

Jodi Krangle
Okay, so you fill a cup with water, right? Okay. And then you drink from the other side of the cup. So like not the side closest to you, but the one on the other end. So you have to bend over to do it because you have to sort of like fit your mouth over the further up, right. But it works it totally.

Freddy Owen
Yeah. That's crazy. Okay, I've never heard that.

Jodi Krangle
No, I think it's because you're bending over, and you're drinking at the same time. And I think it gets rid of the bubble.

Freddy Owen
I chew ice cubes, or I scare myself one or the other. Yeah. So we'll go back to what food combination. Do you have anything? Oh, Mmm-hmm. No, honestly.

Jodi Krangle
I don't know. Anything that would be considered strange. I don't know what your

Freddy Owen
What's your favorite food?

Jodi Krangle
Uh, I like omelets. I don't know why that is. But

Freddy Owen
That's good. And it's low carb.

Jodi Krangle
Well, I'm keto. So I've been keto for a long time. So

Freddy Owen
I am to

Jodi Krangle
Where the combinations are a little less. Put it that way

Freddy Owen
yeah. Oh, yeah. And I made my bread. I was so pumped about it. I made three loaves of it. And my wife it was good. It was as close to bread as you can get with keto. Okay, let's be real. You're not going to it's like real bread. But I put it up in the in a baggie, and I was ready to have a slice and Kristy goes, Fred, don't eat that. I go, why what's wrong? She goes it molded. I go. Okay, I must find a way to make bread that tastes good. And doesn't mold within a day. Oh, nuts. It was crazy. I don't know. Maybe you have to refrigerate it. I don't know. It's a little experience by the love Keto. You feel so much better with it. So, but Okay, so thank you so much. You did a great job in the super hyper q&a run; you did

Freddy Owen
So fast, but it was great. So one last shout out to the Freddy “O” Show fam that you can feel can impact them today. That's all the stuff that you gave us was fantastic stuff. And before you do that, think about that for a second one last shout out. I went. Okay, guys, so fam, listen, let me get this straight. Here we go. Make sure you go to women fred.com to get the free downloads that Jody has to offer, contact information, visit her podcasts, go to our website, voiceover and vocals calm, and the audio branding podcast. Make sure you do that. So final thought what is one last shout to the Freddy O Show fam that you can feel that you feel could have an impact on them

Jodi Krangle
right now? Well, I would say if you are thinking of reaching an audience of any kind, that you shouldn't only concentrate on the visual but also concentrate on the audio. And make sure that it fits the emotion that you want your listeners or experiencers to have when they experience what you have to offer.

Freddy Owen
You are a rock star, and I would love to have you on again. Thank you so much. And guys, seriously, if you want a voiceover for intros and outros I, you know, listen to her voice. It sounds great. And so I'll put the contact information in there. Once again, Jodi, thank you so much for being on The Freddy O show. You're awesome.

Jodi Krangle
Thank you so much for having me here. It's been fun.

Freddy Owen
Awesome.

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