Added by Voiceover Universe on May 28, 2012 at 1:06pm — No Comments
See the voiceover technique video of the week at Voiceover Gurus before it's gone! This under :30 video shows you
the art of the "throw it away" read as performed by a top NYC voice actor who spends all day running
around to auditions her agent sends her out on. Learn from a pro in only 30 seconds. (Will be there till Wednesday.)
We still have a 3 more spots available for our LAST Calgary workshop. We will be putting the Double Diva's workshops to rest for a while so this is the final confirmed workshop for some time.
Whether you've attended before or not - discover new things no matter your level:
VO Star (Voice Talent Competition Opened to all)
Character Rolodex - (Creating Characters that Work - Animation and Commercial)
Character Improv - (Put your Characters to the test)
Added by Debbie Munro on May 21, 2012 at 9:06am — No Comments
I'm warming up the mike by singing the National Anthem!!! Here are the behind the scenes photos from the Kelsey Grammer narration session at BAM Studios. http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.431412513537319.104093.171841169494456&type=3Continue
Added by Tamara Henry on May 18, 2012 at 10:07pm — No Comments
The Voice Over Cafe: Episode 3 is on the air! Trish and I chat with fellow “VO Super Social” Dave Courvoisier (a.k.a CourVO) and get the scoop on the recent SAVOA meltdown and the emerging World-Voices organization! Click the banner below to go to the podcast!…
Added by Terry Daniel on May 17, 2012 at 9:52am — No Comments
Added by Norman Lee on May 13, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
In voiceover casting, there are so many unspoken rules it’s hard to keep up. You all thought it was hard enough to just read the copy and not screw it up, but then we told you to make it more natural. Then we told you it had to remain authentic and also be compelling. More interesting. And now you find out there are all these unspoken rules too?! I am here to speak them.
Casting Directors and Agents are in this business for many reasons, but there is one thing…Continue
Added by Lesley Bailey at Voiceover Gurus on May 9, 2012 at 12:20pm — No Comments
It's Finally Here!! http://www.DavidVanSise.com. Check it out!
Added by David G. Van Sise Sr. on May 7, 2012 at 8:18am — No Comments
Yes: Voice Over Coaching with Pooh. I just couldn't resist that title, had to do it. And you're reading this, so it worked! I am always looking for new ways to explain to my students that too much self-censoring, too much analysis, too much thought DURING the read will only hinder the performance. The reason is that the "being" or the "doing" cannot happen with all that thinking getting in the way. I consider script analysis to be one of the most critical aspects of voice over mastery,…Continue
I've done both. Read from hard copy and from the manuscript on the computer. The paper is in many ways better, but then there is the larger text I can get with the click of a button on the screen. Then there is the sudden and unliked fan comming on.
Doesn't matter as long as I keep getting projects to do.
Added by Lynn Benson on May 2, 2012 at 12:22pm — No Comments