The voice over business isn’t like traditional retail. Clients don’t come to your store, take your voice over off the shelf, place it on the counter and give you their credit card.
I wish it were that simple! Continue reading 3 Ways To Make Sure You Get Paid
I posted the question on my Facebook page the other night.
“My dream client is___________. Finish the sentence.”
People shared their responses and it was great to see how so many people were dreaming big dreams. Some of the names that were shared included ESPN, The Discovery Channel, Disney and NFL Films.
Continue reading Who Is Your Dream Client?
* This is the second post of a two part series for Voice Seekers on how to get better auditions for your projects. If you’d like to read Part 1 click here. *
Yesterday I shared five reasons why you’re not getting more auditions, or better quality auditions for your voice over project postings. Today I’ll build on that with five more tips. Continue reading Why Am I Not Receiving Quality Auditions For My Project – Part 2
When I get a new voice over script, the very first thing I do is read it over and look for anything that might trip me up.
This could include grammar errors, spelling errors, misplaced words, or words that I simply have no clue how to pronounce. I want to make sure I’ve got all of those things sorted out before I start recording. If I come across anything I’m unsure of, I check with my client right away. Continue reading Sounds Like… Rhymes With… 5 Ways To Help A Voice Talent Out
Murphy’s Law. The adage that anything that can go wrong, will. The original concept, though not officially titled Murphy’s Law, has been traced back as far as 1877. Something tells me it probably goes back a lot further. I’m picturing a caveman. Who has just discovered fire. When suddenly it starts to rain. Continue reading Murphy’s Law and Voiceover