As a solopreneur, it’s hard for me to disconnect. With voice over clients in over a dozen time zones and countries around the world, I feel like I always need to be available.
There’s no 9a – 5p in this business. A business that knows no boundaries. Not those of brick and mortar walls. Not those of city limits. Not those of international borders. Continue reading Why You Need To Unplug
A few years ago, a vacation was a vacation if you were a voice talent. It had to be. Away from your home studio or the professional studio that you did all your recording in, you had no choice but to enjoy some time off.
Things are different today.
To record a voice over on the road these days all you really need is a mic, a laptop and preamp to connect those two pieces. I have a Shure X2U. It’s tiny and very portable. Continue reading Vacation Vacation vs Working Vacation As A Voice Talent
At least a few times a week I get an email, Facebook message or tweet from someone interested in breaking into the voice over business. They come to me looking for wisdom and advice. I wish I had more to offer. That said, I’ve been doing this long enough that I have learned a thing or two. Continue reading Full Time Voice Over Online Is Not A 9 to 5 Job