Aliso Creek Voice Over Workshop
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Category Archives: Auditioning
I’ve been teaching voice overs for twenty years and every student begins with the same declaration: “I can talk and I can read, so I can do this”. One of the first things we discover is that half of these … Continue reading
People come to voice over from a variety of different backgrounds. Some come from the broadcasting world. They bring clear enunciation and solid reading skills. Others come out of on-camera or stage acting. They have and edge when it comes … Continue reading
What? Are you crazy? Of course I want jobs! Whaddayatalkinabout? Well, in most voice over jobs you work as a private contractor. So unlike in a job job, you may have several different employers each week. And several different bosses. … Continue reading
There’s a myth about speech that has been around since the Egyptians invented hieroglyphics. And that myth is that somehow you can take all of speech and condense it down to written words on a piece of paper. Actually I … Continue reading
Your demo is your calling card in the voice over world. It is used by you, casting services, agents and clients to evaluate and market your skills. With the availability of high quality recording equipment there is a tendency to … Continue reading
Yes you need the ability to record at home to be a voice over talent. But if you’re just beginning, keep it simple. Here are the four things you need to create broadcast quality recordings. Any other tips? Let me … Continue reading
To record voiceovers you need four things: A computer, a microphone, headphones and a recording application. You can get fancier if you want, but these four items will get you where you want to go. I recommend Audacity as a effective … Continue reading
To USB or not to USB? Some people caution against using a USB mic for voice over. But these mics have evolved. Now you can create broadcast quality audio with a USB microphone. But you have to choose the right … Continue reading
I am a firm believer that speeding up auditions equals more auditions turned in equals more jobs. And this efficiency means mo’ money per hour of auditioning. When I read an audition there is often a sentence or two that I … Continue reading
Ok, you’re signed up with voices.com or voice123.com and a new audition is posted with a budget of $1000.00. Looks good to me… until you open the project description. This is someone’s autobiography and it’s 110, 000 words. Yikes! That’s … Continue reading