May The Voice Be With You!

Monthly archive for November 2014

Training your voice – what to care about

For those of you who are committed to being the best voice over talent that you can be, you will need to care about your voice so that it becomes your most powerful tool in your arsenal. This is, after all, the reason you got into the voice over business in […]

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Script analysis – how critical is it?

Have you ever asked yourself how critical it is to analyze the voice over script that you are recording for a client? To find out who the audience is, who you are, and what is the objective of the script? Or do you simply glance over the words, make a […]

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An unknown niche in voice over – children’s toys!

I have often wondered if my voice is unique enough to be a successful voice over talent. Do I have a voice that is different from the millions of other middle-aged males in America? Can I distinguish myself as a voice over artist? When I posed that question to my voice […]

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Can I do voice over work part time?

Lately, I have been getting questions from friends and family that sound eerily similar to the same questions that I had when I started looking into doing voice over work. Questions like, “If I just wanted to do this part time is it worth it?” and “What can you typically […]

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How to build a mini sound booth for less than $25

For those of you on a budget, I came across the perfect video that describes how to build a mini sound booth for less than $25. Check this out: Thanks, Les McDonald for this great idea! Related articles across the web Do The Miami Heat Use Fake Crowd Noise? Execs […]

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Do you have what it takes?

Every now and then, as I research the voice over business, I come across a true gem of knowledge. The gem I found today was “The Voice Over Entrance Exam” by Peter K. O’Connell, which is a frank, yet honest discussion about whether or not people who enter this field have […]

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An Attitude of Gratitude

Have you ever heard the phrase, “An Attitude of Gratitude?” For those of you who might be unfamiliar with that term, you might recognize it as, “Looking through rose-colored glasses,” or for those who are more politically inclined, “Positive spin.” Whatever your persuasion, I’ve been reflecting on this phrase this […]

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Finding a Voiceover coach

If you are serious about becoming a voice talent, the topic of having a voiceover coach is an important one, and here’s why. When most people “peek” into this business,they want to do everything themselves. They read a number of blog posts, they find a gem or two, and their […]

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Unseen by Molly Mahar

Unseen, a short film by Molly Mahar, explores the day-to-day life of four voiceover artists. You’ll understand better the challenges that they face and experience the thrill of a job well done as they work tirelessly in their craft. In a career that can sometimes feel very lonely and isolated, you’ll […]

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How to get started in voiceover

Every day that I research the voiceover industry, I am amazed at the amount of information that is available about this fascinating business! There is no substitute for advice from the experts as they have gone before and have forged the trail, if you will. One such expert is Steve […]

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