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Do you know how you sound?

How many times have you auditioned for a job on Voices.com and you thought you sounded brilliant, but no one picked you for the gig? I have experienced this quite a bit, so I wondered if it might have been the sound quality of my studio. Right now, I record my […]

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Voice over rates – what should they be?

Voice over rates - what should they be?

When we talk about rates within the voice over community, there is always a lively discussion. Money seems to bring the best and the worst out of people. There are all kinds of opinions, expressed by Dave Courvoisier, by John Pruden, and by Paul Strikwerda. Some believe passionately that the […]

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How to be creative in your auditions

How to be creative in your auditions

Whenever you think you have nailed a voice over audition, think again! Was your read unique? Creative? Over the top? Or was is safe and predictable? Check out this article by Dan Hurst where he talks about “playing” with the audition so that the client hears a new, unpredictable, improvised take, […]

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Bill DeWees Free Advice on Marketing Your Voice Over Business!

Bill DeWees Free Advice on Marketing Your Voice Over Business!

This is one of my favorite podcasts so far on how to market your voice over business. Click here to watch! VO Buzz Weekly is fast becoming my go-to podcast to watch about the VO industry. They have great guests every week and they are truly fun to watch. Their […]

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Following your passion – Mike Rowe-style

Following your passion - Mike Rowe-style

While surfing the net to find interesting videos, I came across an interview of Mike Rowe from “Dirty Jobs” that he did with Behind The Brand. While the interview is about 42 minutes long, I pulled out a few nuggets that Mike said that make a lot of sense. “Don’t […]

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Every important book about the voice over industry

I wanted to include a list of all the books that someone could read if they were interested in doing voice over work. While this is by no means a comprehensive list, it does include some of the more talked about (and purchased) books found on Amazon.com. These books have […]

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I’ve produced my demos, now what?

So, I got my voice over demos back finally from my production company, and let me tell you, I was very excited! I immediately shared them with those that follow me on Facebook, as well as posted them on my Demos page on my blog. I asked for honest feedback […]

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A most excellent interview with Guy Harris, the Voiceover Guy

In my never ending research, I often come in contact with some fascinating individuals who have proven themselves to be successful in this crazy voice over industry. Guy Harris is one of the most successful VO talents that I have met to date, and he kindly agreed to answer some burning […]

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What do you need to do for 2015?

How many of you establish goals for yourself? Do any of you make New Year’s resolutions? How about making lists of things that you want to accomplish, but don’t know where to start? Well, I just came across a list of items that my voice over friend Dave “CourVO” Courvoisier […]

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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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