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Five Common Myths About The Voiceover Business

Five Common Myths About The Voiceover Business

There is an air of mystery and glamour about this business. As soon as you tell someone you do voiceovers, their eyes light up in amazement, and the conversation moves to,   “How did you get started in that?” “Where can I hear your voice?” “Wow, that must be so...

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How To Setup A Home Recording Studio On A Budget

How To Setup A Home Recording Studio On A Budget

A lot of students who come to me for training, initially don’t realize that being able to record your own audio at home is one of the most critical factors of being a Voice Actor. Unless you live in NY or LA, remote recording is pretty much the only way to get jobs....

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Handling Rejection In Voice Acting

Handling Rejection In Voice Acting

Today I had a unique experience. It was the experience of rejection. Now you’re gonna say, “Rejection is the norm for us!” And yes, you’re correct. A small form of this experience happens all the time as a “professional auditioner”. We all deal with it daily as voice...

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When Are You Ready To Make A Voice Demo?

When Are You Ready To Make A Voice Demo?

I get the question a lot, “When will I be ready to make a demo?” and the answer, I’m afraid isn’t that easy. There is no set in stone method for learning voiceovers or some timeline where you will automatically be ready after so many lessons. It all really depends on...

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What To Look For In A Voice Over Coach

What To Look For In A Voice Over Coach

I’m sickened…Like ready to throw up at this point from reviewing another “Voiceover Coaching” website. One that claims to be legit and not like the others making false promises, but alas, their website is filled with fancy words to describe their studio or how they...

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