Building a Voiceover Network (Part 1)

Building a network is lengthy, and tough work. There are many components to it, and you need to consistently follow up with your connections and potential leads. Essentially, this is the ‘sales’ part of voice acting. But if you’re like me, you’re struggling to figure out where to begin. There’s so much information out there,Continue reading “Building a Voiceover Network (Part 1)”

How Are You Auditioning?

I have a question for you this week: How are YOU auditioning? I am a relatively new voice actor, having just celebrated my first full year. Having started with just a few cheap microphones and interfaces, and recording in a closet to…well โ€ฆ having a few slightly more expensive microphones and interfaces, but still recordingContinue reading “How Are You Auditioning?”

Tips for Buying Used Audio Gear

Most people like that feeling of unboxing new gear, but you could be saving lots of money by getting that same gear second hand. I myself start with used gear, for many reasons, but mostly because it’s cheaper…and I myself am utterly cheap. However, you need to do your homework (sorry ๐Ÿ˜) before forking outContinue reading “Tips for Buying Used Audio Gear”

Should You Hire a Voice Over Coach?

This week we are going to explore a question I find in nearly every forum I frequentโ€ฆ Should you get a voice coach? This sounds like a simple enough question, and in fact has a simple enough answer… While this blog was designed to help voice actors; I believe that you can extrapolate these conceptsContinue reading “Should You Hire a Voice Over Coach?”