Lesley Ann Fogle of Hear No Evil Sound, LLC is an Audio Engineer, Voice Artist, multi-disciplinary Creative with decades of professional work experience in production, and:
• Active member of The Audio Engineering Society (AES)
• Elected to the AES Board of Governors, set to start the term in January of 2023
• Chair of the AES Columbus section
• AES Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee, the
• Fort Hayes Audio Advisory Committee
• Several technical advisory groups
• Audible Approved Producer
• Internship Coordinator, Music Technology, Capital University Conservatory of Music
Voice: Narration, Voiceover, Film, Image Campaigns, e-Learning, Training, Singing.
Audio: Field/Post Recording, Sound Supervision, Editing, Noise Reduction, ADR, Sound Design, Mix.
Decades of Experience
Lesley has proudly worked with major corporations to small non-profits, including:
Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center, Procter & Gamble, Daystar Network, HGTV, Discovery Inc, Ohio Health, Ohio Proud, University of Cincinnati, White Castle, Ohio Jewish Communities, American Floor Source, Short North Arts Association, NPR, White Gate Films, Highball Halloween, Nationwide (broadcast TV and radio in Chicago, and in-house industrials at their headquarters in Columbus, Ohio), Goodwill, SAGES (Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons) medical training videos, Ohio Department of Agriculture, Ohio Department of Education, AAA, Ohio Wesleyan, Abbott Labs, Cedarville University, Time Warner Cable, Amazon, Audio Realms, Think TV, Disney, Gatorade, Nintendo, Boeing, Kellogg’s, Army, Coors Light, Bud Light, Kraft, Allstate, Applebee’s, McDonalds, Glade, JC Penney, HGTV, Discovery Channel, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Scott Foresman, Houghton-Mifflin, American Chemical Society, Small Motor Skills, Opera Project Columbus
For a reel request or to schedule a booking, please email lafogleATyahooDOTcom.
Lesley studied vocal performance at UT and OSU in the early 1990’s. Wanting to fully understand sound, she shifted to the technical side and quickly worked her way up in Chicago’s post-production industry (jingles, broadcast TV, commercial finish). While working at Cutters, she landed a gig as the voice of Nintendo, and joined SAG, went freelance on the audio side (as Hear No Evil Sound in 2004), to voice national commercials, industrials, and documentary work. Years later, returning home to Ohio and adapting to a market where audio is often hyphened to video, she rebuilt her client base by showcasing the importance of dedicated sound polish to final picture. On the voice side, Lesley took on long-format work which opened a world of active participation in characterization, accent work, cold reading, endurance, and technique.
In her free time, she writes music with her husband as the After-Death Plan. The duo began recording together in Chicago in the 1990’s as part of her musical conglomerate Mal Vu, a rotating cast of musicians weaving dark tales. ADP’s 1st album “Literature” is inspired by classic literature. For the album, Psycho Social Sexual, they picked up cameras to create music videos. They were awarded two GCAC grants to expand the use of the visual medium. Lesley writes lyrics, poems, and stories as LAFogle.
Pro M1 Pro Max with Thunderbolt expansion chassis, Pro Tools Ultimate, Logic Pro, AMEK 9098s EQ/pre-amps, HD Omni, surround sound monitoring, array of mics (Neumann U87 Ai, Shure KSM44, KSM 32, KSM8, 57s, 58s, Neumann 185 pair, AT4051, Unisphere (ha), and a locker of interesting mics used less often); monitors including Mackie HR624s, Yamaha NS10s, Fostex grot boxes.Soundproofed studio, acoustic window insert. Large collection of plugins and SFX library. Perpetual Pro license to Audio Design Desk.
Sound Devices MixPre 10TII (10 inputs; SD card, UBS, TA3, and bluetooth out; remote recording), 633, 552 field mixer/recorder w/ breakaway cable, Tentacles sync, three wireless lavs, boom kit, array of field mics. Whatever else is needed is rented based on the needs and budget of the project.