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More fun at the actual studio with Robert Altmann in the house! Another longtime friend of Linda’s, Rob is a master of funny voices and Improv and together, they discuss his inspirations and how he develops the zany characters he uses in his work as a VO Talent, MC and Corporate Trainer. Check out his site, Third Wave Events
Every voice talent needs a home studio, but if you’re just starting out, the setup can seem intimidating. Resident Voiceover Guru, Dave Goldberg chats with Linda about setting up a simple studio and exactly what you should buy to not break the bank. Join us and lets talk studios!
With so many people wanting to get into the VO business, inevitably some less than honest companies and schools start to pop up to take advantage of the unsuspecting. Longtime VO Coach and Voiceover expert, Gabby Nistico, joins Linda on this podcast to discuss their surprising shared history in the biz as well as what to watch out for when choosing a good Voiceover Mentor. Gabby Nistico – Voiceover Coach and Career Kickstarter
On this go round, Linda and Brian discuss how to set yourself apart from the competition. Brian specifically shares his tips on what has helped him become so successful over the years, from networking to online research, with a few shared stories thrown in for good measure.
In this episode of the Voiceover Gurus Podcast, Linda and Mike Hand talk about what a producer really wants from a voice talent, from the producers perspective. And that would be Mike. This one is chocked full of good information and a few laughs, as always. Please leave a review for us if you can, we’d love to know if you’re listening and enjoying the podcast! Reach out with questions at Linda@LindaBruno.com.
In this episode, Linda talks with her friend voiceover actress Tina Zaremba. They met on an NYC audition many years ago, back in the day of face to face casting directors and long periods of no auditions. On this episode, they talk about the industry and how it’s changed, for the better or maybe the not so better. Tina also coaches students via Skype and Zoom! Check out her website. TinaZVOTraining.com
Longtime client and friend Mike Hand chats with Linda on this episode about character voices from the comedy writers’ perspective. As the Executive Producer for Universal Comedy Network, he’s written and performed on thousands of comedy bits for radio stations all across the country. UniversalComedyNetwork.com
Not many people think about the world of IVR or on hold as a lucrative avenue in voiceovers. Linda chats with her friend Barb Lyon, producer and Voice Talent, who has lived and breathed IVR for over 20 years.
In this episode, Brian and Linda discuss how to voice when you travel, or NOT if you so choose. Brian also gives us an insight into some cool audio equipment you can use for your stellar sound on the road.
In this episode, Linda chats with Rebecca Haugh, founder of LoveThatImproVO.com, where voice actors gather online and practice their improv chops on a weekly basis. Such a necessity in this business! Plus she’s a rocking gal.