Elias Khalil

Elias Khalil is well known in the voice acting community. Elias Khalil uses the highest quality equipment for the best results.

Completed Project(s) 9
Sample Audio File(s) 1
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About The Voice Artist

Having lived in multiple countries over 4 continents, and coming from Arab and African backgrounds, I am very comfortable with a variety of cultural themes, storytelling styles, languages, and accents. I am fluent in three languages (English, Asante Twi, and Arabic) and proficient in French. As a result, West African, Arab, and French accents come as second nature to me complimenting my natural American Accent. I come from a background in Business Development, primarily in healthcare, and arrived in the field of narration through audio production experience in the two podcasts I host. I have a full studio built at home including a Bear Cave vocal booth treated with Auralex Studiofoam and LENRD Bass Traps as well as Primacoustic Broadband Panels. Currently, my primary microphone is an sE 4440a (on an sE shock mount, and with a Steadman PS101 pop filter) running through a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen audio interface into the computer, on which I use Adobe Audition as my primary DAW. You can expect a next to non-existent noise floor with this set-up, and plenty of vocal dimension.
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Having lived in multiple countries over 4 continents, and coming from Arab and African backgrounds, I am very comfortable with a variety of cultural themes, storytelling styles, languages, and accents. I am fluent in three languages (English, Asante Twi, and Arabic) and proficient in French. As a result, West African, Arab, and French accents come as second nature to me complimenting my natural American Accent. I come from a background in Business Development, primarily in healthcare, and arrived in the field of narration through audio production experience in the two podcasts I host. I have a full studio built at home including a Bear Cave vocal booth treated with Auralex Studiofoam and LENRD Bass Traps as well as Primacoustic Broadband Panels. Currently, my primary microphone is an sE 4440a (on an sE shock mount, and with a Steadman PS101 pop filter) running through a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen audio interface into the computer, on which I use Adobe Audition as my primary DAW. You can expect a next to non-existent noise floor with this set-up, and plenty of vocal dimension.