You may want to check out Sound Advice, in Chicago. Me and my dad took our training and recorded our demos at there Hollywood Studio. One thing though. We did the package deal with the training the did our demo and bought CDs and post cards and all that stuff. If we had to do it again. I would have taken the training, then done some workshops either with them or someone else and then done the demo. In my case I had been acting for a while so I caught on right away and did a good demo. My dad should have done more training before he recorded his demo. It depends on where your at.
Chicago is like LA and NY there should be a lot of coaches and recording studios there. So shop around. Also I think if you check out Mandy.com you can find a list of studios and coaches and other resources for VO actors.
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