Rick Such

Rick Such

Member for 4 years •
"Friendly, corporate, guy next door from the heartland of America"

Clients who have chosen me as the voice for their products and services always mention that I don't have a stereotypical sound. My strengths lie in the announcer realm, where I have a range that can take me from warm, to middle-of-the-road, to high energy. I've voiced everything from high energy concert spots, to fast food, retail, educational, instructional, EPK's, on-hold, IVR, e-learning, the auto industry and more.


I am a recording engineer and studio owner who started out in production and landed behind the microphone by proxy. 25 years ago, I landed the first voiceover job in which I auditioned for. It was for a regional Subway client and I never looked back. As a recording engineer, I've worked some of the best voiceover talent in the country, which has had a direct effect on my personal training as a voiceover professional.


I take pride in every production that I have the privilege to voice. Large or small, I treat them all with great respect. I've had the good fortune to lend my voice to projects for GE, Monro, Pulte Homes, HH Gregg, ITT, Mystique Casino, Subway, Meijer, Cellular One, Lutheran Health Network, Trane, Schlage, First Federal Bank, Mr. Ed's Oil Shoppe, SME and many others.


I am the co-owner of Earshot Audiopost, an Emmy award-winning audio post production studio located in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. I have been voicing, engineering and mixing projects for television, film, radio, web, ADR, podcasts, IVR, on-hold and corporate since 1992.