Posted: February 28, 2011
We receive many testimonials from customers all over the world. However, two recently caught our attention that we would like to share with you.
I thought I d drop you a line to let you know how thrilled I am to find TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges! I m a voice over actress and narrator and we work with very sensitive microphones. Little mouth clicks are an infuriating problem. They re time-consuming to edit out when you can. Sometimes they ruin a take entirely. Mouth noise is a really good way to irritate an audio engineer and not get asked back into a studio.
The traditional recommendation is tart green apples, but it s impractical to always have them with you. And if you do this full-time like I do, that s a lot of apples!
I just stumbled upon the lozenges at CVS yesterday and thought I d give them a shot. Oh my goodness! I am thrilled! And since they re individually wrapped, I can always have a handful in my purse, my glove box, and right next to my mic stand. I m recording a long narration right now and they are totally saving the day. Thanks!
Amy Snively www.amysnively.com
One reader of Amy s testimonial sent her a very touching one, which she passed on to us. Amy wrote By the way, I got this note the other day from my friend whose daughter is undergoing chemo. Here is her friend s testimonial.
You posted about those mouth wetting lozenges for your voiceover peeps.....Emma needs to move the radiation out of her salivary glands for four days. The doc suggested lemon drops because they are sour. They are not sour. They are sugary lemon flavor drops. Not sour at all. So we've been looking for something to get the salivary glands going. Then you posted about the lozenges! I picked some up yesterday. Emma likes them (bonus!) and she says they do the trick! Yay! So....thanks for passing that along, even though you didn't intend it for Emma! Love, N.
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