Chosen over 1,258 nationwide competitors in 2006 to be the first new voice on Washington DC's Metrorail in 35 years, Randi's voice is heard by over 900,000 riders each day in our nation's capital. But that was just the beginning ... these days, she's much more than "the Voice of Metro."
Whether its commercials, transit announcements, live or pre-recorded "Voice of God" services for your event, or compelling e-learning narrations — Randi is the voice over artist production crews love to work with, and audiences love to listen to. Her sense of humor combined with her passion for the purpose of your event ensures an experience your audience will be talking about for a long time.
With a pro studio that includes full acoustical treatment and state-of-the-art equipment including the Sennheiser MKH-416 shotgun condenser mic, Audio Technica AT4040 and Shure SM58, Behringer mixers and Focusrite audio interfaces, you can trust the exceptional audio quality you'll receive. Files can be delivered via We Transfer, Google Drive, or Dropbox.
Live or pre-recorded "Voice of God" announcements. Notable events include the Clinton Global Initiative 2022 in New York City, and Hiring Our Heroes Gala in Washington DC.
Narration of e-learning modules for the University of Maryland School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the International Association of Forensic Nurses.
Transit prompts and announcements for the Metrorail system in Washington DC, and the Smart Bus system in L.A. County, CA and in Fairfax County, VA
30- or 60-second ads, fully produced with music beds and sound effects for radio and television. I can also provide script writing services
Narrations for the National Cancer Institute and others, including the US Customs & Border Patrol, National Institutes of Health, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
President Bill Clinton thanks Randi for a job well done as VOG at the 2022 Clinton Global Initiative Meeting.
Watch (or listen) for Randi at the 2023 Clinton Global Initiative September 19 & 20
" We love working with Randi! Randi is highly professional, responsive, and friendly. We recommend Randi's services to anyone who wants a great experience while plussing-up and professionalizing their event or other voice artist needs ."
"I’m always pleased when clients pick Randi from a collection of auditions to narrate their project. She has a warm, welcoming voice that draws in listeners, and from a production standpoint I know the session will run smoothly because Randi is an incredibly accurate reader. This saves us time in the session as well as in the edit. Randi Miller is THE Voice for several series that we produce."
Marc Fisher - The Washington Post
"Voice of Nation's Capital at Home in Lewes" - If you’ve ever been on Route 1 in July, you know many Washingtonians vacation at the Delaware beaches. But did you know it’s a Lewes woman who narrates their daily commutes on the D.C. Metro?
"Her Voice is on Metro, But She Isn't" - She’s been in the news before, but three interesting things pop out about the latest interviews with Randi Miller, the woman behind the “step back, doors closing” message and other recordings heard on Metro. According to the story ...
The newspaper of George Washington University
"Riding the Metro With it's Most Recognizable Voice" - The Metro is the third-most popular public transportation system in the country. For the 800,000 people who ride it every day, the “doors closing” announcements are all-too-familiar. We caught up with the woman behind the voice, Randi Miller, to chat about making a living as a voice actress and avoiding the train.
"Listen: The Voice of Metro talks about the perks of being a DC celebrity" - An interview with Randi Miller. (audio)
It’s pretty safe to say you wouldn’t recognize Randi Miller if you saw her on the street. But if she opened her mouth, you might hear something familiar in her voice, like perhaps you’ve heard it before.
"WMATA's Doors Closing Voice Contest Opens a World of Voiceover Opportunities for Randi Miller" - Do the names Harlan Hogan, Nancy Cartwright or Don LaFontaine sound familiar? Maybe not, but their voices sure do. You probably know them better as the man talking in the Disney “make the dream come true” commercials (Hogan), or the voice of Bart Simpson (Cartwright), or the guy you hear in many movie trailers (LaFontaine).
"Picking a Voice of Reason" -
There is no cash prize, no Broyhill living room set, not even a free Metro ride -- just bragging rights and your voice piped into subway cars 33,017 times a day. But the suspense mounts: Who will win the great Voice of Metrorail contest today? Which singular sound will be selected from among 10 finalists ...
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