V/O

This is the final week spent in the classroom, so everyone will record all of the copy they would like to record in the booth. By the end of this class you will know what copy you are going to be laying down in the studio, and you will have 3 weeks of notes and coaching to help you prepare for the final week.

EACH WEEK YOU WILL BE HAVE AN MP3 OF YOUR RECORDING TO STUDY

WEEK FOUR:   giving you 10 minutes of recording time. This is the week you will lay down your tracks, which will be the start to your professional demo.

Step 2: Get Some Feedback and Find Your Voice!

It’s hard to know where you’re going if you don’t know your starting position. Voice acting is a huge industry and just because you are great at doing commercials doesn’t mean you can do animation or video game characters. It took me ten years in the industry to figure out where my voice “fell” in the huge spectrum of work that is out there AND it keeps changing! First, figure out what you like to do! Some people love doing character voices. Some just want to do commercial, announcer, or presentation style reads. Others enjoy recording phone systems (sometimes called IVR or Interactive Voice Response). Now, you should get some honest, professional feedback on your work.