Eddie was born and raised in California. At a young age, he loved to create cartoon-like caricature voices and perform them to anyone he could make a captive audience. His friends and family told him he should be in the voice-over industry when he grew up - probably just to make him go away.

In his junior year of high school, the space shuttle Challenger exploded on takeoff. At the time, another launch site at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California was being built to launch shuttles into polar orbits. Eddie's father worked there as an engineer. The ripple effect of the Challenger disaster caused the west-coast site to close down, forcing thousands of engineers out of work. His father was forced to relocate, finding work and moving his family across the country to the comparatively tiny state of Maryland.

After adjusting to the culture shock, Eddie attended the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to study computer science. He currently works at Oceaneering International near Baltimore, creating software control systems for both remotely-operated and autonomous underwater vehicles.

His dream of being a voice actor was forgotten until recently he came across a friend who is a narrator for Audible. The possibility of being in the voice-over industry was rekindled, and after harassing his friend incessantly on the details of becoming an Audible narrator, you find Eddie's story here today.

Eddie records from a home studio utilizing the following equipment, software, and methods:

• WhisperRoom MDL 4242 S
• Blue Yeti Pro 24-bit USB Microphone with shock mount
• Reaper Digital Audio Workstation
• Punch and Roll Recording Method
• Tacky 1960's-era office chair


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The Book of Siavon, Volume 1
The Ruby Child
by Jessica Epply
The Book of Siavon, Volume 2
The Tail of Murias
by Jessica Epply
The Book of Siavon, Volume 1
The Ruby Child
by Jessica Epply

Soul Bound: The Warrior
Soul Bound Series, Book 1
by Jas T. Ward

Lightning Wolves
Clockwork Legion Book 2
by David Lee Summers

Owl Dance
Clockwork Legion Book 1
by David Lee Summers


I have more audio books published under a psuedonym and will provide a list upon request.


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Gun Shy by Lili St. Germain
Spaceship Broken by Russell Nohelty
Eden Rising by Andrew Cunningham
The Sheeple by Gus Flory
Green Sunday by Ryk Brynk
Dream Static by Robert S. Wilson
Character Voices
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  • "The narrator's skill with varying the characters' voices and accents made the characters come alive for me and held my interest." -Robyn, Review of Owl Dance
  • "I really enjoyed listening to Edward Mittelstedt narrate this book and hope he will be narrating the rest of the series to follow." -Amy, Review of Owl Dance
  • "The narrator has a good repertoire of voices and accents." -Harry, Review of Owl Dance
  • "Edward Mittelstedt does a wonderful job breathing life into the words giving each character a unique voice and letting their emotions and personalities shine." -Peter, Review of Owl Dance
  • "Edward Mittelstedt did a really good job. His Spanish accent was consistent throughout the story... he was great with keeping all the characters distinct and also with the various emotions throughout the story. He also gave Fatemeh a consistent Persian accent. His female voices were believable." -Dab of Darkness Book Reviews, Review of Owl Dance
  • "Edward Mittelstedt does a fine audio interpretation with clear speech and good definition of the characters." -Jan, Review of Lightning Wolves
  • "The book was brilliant but Edward Mittelstedt breathed life in to the story and helped create David Lee Summers' world and characters .He had me hooked and honestly I could probably listen to him read the phone book but luckily he had this fantastic world to bring to life instead." -Amy, Review of Lightning Wolves
  • "The narrator gave an amazing performance and made the listening experience." -Heather, Review of Soul Bound: The Warrior
  • "The best part of this listen was the narrator - Mittelstedt does a fantastic job with the voice acting. The characters were distinct in tone and accent, allowing the listener to understand who was speaking without the character being named." -Tad, Review of Soul Bound: The Warrior
  • Edward Mittelstedt did a really good job narrating this book. Each character was distinct and his female voices were feminine. Now, the story does describe Jace as a more rugged Gerald Butler so I was expecting a deeper voice for Jace. That could just be me. Mittelstedt went the extra mile and did neat things like have multiple voices when more than one person answered a question at the same time. That was great! 5/5 stars. -Dab of Darkness Book Reviews, Review of Soul Bound: The Warrior
  • Edward Mittelstedt has a great voice and I liked how he sounds. He did an excellent job showing the frustration, anger, and fear Jace went through. -Nina, Review of Soul Bound: The Warrior
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