I want to introduce you to Debby Barnes, voice over artist. Debby and I have been chatting via social media for a while. Her energy and passion for voice over caught my attention! That, and the fact that Debby fits the new mould of voice actors – that is those who live and work in […]
Voice Over Marketing For some working in voice over, even the word ‘marketing’ is scary. But don’t worry. You don’t need a marketing degree to think up, learn about and use some really canny marketing tricks to make sure your talents are known about by the right people. I know this for a fact. Many […]
Sometimes voice over artists will have an agent while some work freelance without representation.
The truth is, you don’t have to have an agent to get mainstream voiceover work in most places.
But I do know there are some high-end sound studios in capital cities, who will only deal with agents.
Did you start this year with a list of goals for your voice over career? How’s it going? Right, I hear you. Sometimes, life just gets in the way! Here are some things to do, to get you back on track.
As a voice over actor, your voice is your number one tool. Never take it for granted. Whether you’ve been gifted with a golden voice, a voice of honey or are a natural voice actor, you need to take care of this precious instrument!
Corporate and industrial voice over scripts require special skills as they can be full of jargon and appear clunky. Considering it’s the fastest growing area of voice over, it’ll pay you to get good at it. Here are my insider tips and techniques.
Voice over artists need to know how to market their talents. Here’s some proven techniques to help you market your voice over skills.
We all love the idea of voicing character scripts. But it’s not just about the voice. There are several layers that need to be understood. So, here’s the process I use to make sure everything’s covered.
Here are some great techniques for increasing your voice over skills by understanding how punctuation works in ‘spoken word’
Knowing who your ad is directed towards will always mean your reads are more connected. Let me show you how to work it out!