Be a Voice Actor: Making a Living with Your Voice
What you’ll learn
Discover your “money voice”
Learn how to market and brand yourself
Identify the type of equipment you need to build your studio
Learn good recording skills and studio ettiquette
Learn basic audio editing techniques for a clean sound
Create a practice demo that showcases your skills
Learn where and how to book your first jobs
Develop a bag full of characters that you can perform as
Ever been told “you’ve got a great voice…you should be in cartoons!” Or listened to radio ads and thought, “I could SO do that?” Or maybe you even have a business that you’d like to create GOOD marketing videos for, and you want to learn how to narrate them?
Well, the reality is that it takes more than just a dream and some vocal cords that can imitate funny cartoon characters. But luckily, I’m here to walk you through the steps of getting started on the right foot!
I’ll share my favorite tips and techniques for taking your first steps into the world of voice acting, tell you about my experiences working in the entertainment industry with giants like Universal Studios and Disney, show you the tools you’ll need to get a professional sound, help you build your first practice demos, and give you all the “dirt” for finding work that I’ve learned the hard way on my own journey to voiceover success.
I’ll also use my many years of experience in marketing and branding to help you put your best foot forward when you’re ready to take the plunge into starting your voiceover business.
Who this course is for:
- People looking for a fun job working from home
- Anyone interested in learning about voiceovers
- Actors who want to expand their opportunities
- People who enjoy reading aloud
- Business owners who want to narrate their marketing ads and videos
- All About VO
- Finding Your Voice
- Setting Up Your Studio (Say THAT 5 times fast!)
- Ready, Set, Record!
- Basic Audio Editing for Voiceovers
- Making A Demo
- Marketing Yourself
- Finding Work