On Monday I wrote a post titled 5 Tips For New Voice Talents and received some great feedback on it. People trying to break into the Voice Over Industry sent me tweets and emails thanking me for the advice.
Based on the responses and the requests I had for more advice, I spent some time over the last couple days doing some thinking. What other tips could I offer? Continue reading 5 More Tips For New Voice Talents
I provided my first voice over in 1995. Granted, at the time I had no idea that it was a voice over. I was a high school co-op student working at a radio station in Welland and the Program Director came into the productions studio and said, “Here. Record this.” Continue reading 5 Tips For New Voice Talents
I’m always looking for new people to follow on Twitter. On account of the fact that Twitter is such a great networking tool, and an amazing resource for learning when used properly, I’m often looking for people in a specific group. Namely, voiceover. Continue reading 5 Tips For Voice Talent Bios On Twitter
Walk into every audition believing the gig is yours.
Sure, you’re not going to book every one… or maybe you will. But I promise you this. Your odds of booking are a lot greater if you go in believing in yourself, your talent and your skills than if you go in believing in defeat. Continue reading One Thing Before You Start That Audition…