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"Guy takes you on a journey from the purchase of your voiceover equipment, via VO techniques, branding and marketing, and right up to securing your first paid gig and beyond. This sort of knowledge is invaluable to anybody coming into the business, or those needing to give their career a #VOkickstart! I cannot recommend this course highly enough."
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So Guy has asked that I write a piece about recording audiobooks and how it differs from other VO work. Well I suppose the fact that I have been taking part in the Voiceover Kickstart course over the last few weeks, despite being a full time audiobook narrator and producer, will tell you that it is very different.
As far as voice overs go, being on a Narrowboat means that my only real space was 44” wide by 9’ long. Thus, my initial voice over setup was that of a real amateur!
I wasn’t sure what it was that made me think about getting into voiceover, but last year I booked a course for a day to try it out. In fact I’d already recorded a voicereel a few years ago, but wasn’t pleased with the results and never pursued it.
Actor Christopher tester gives a straight-up account of his move into Voiceover. Having followed the Voiceover Kickstart, Chris has taken charge of his career and is determined to clear every obstacle.
So, warming up. At the moment that means putting on extra layers in my studio, but let’s assume the landlord has fixed the heating and we want to warm up...
London, as the European headquarters of big multinational corporations and TV channels, produces a lot of work in foreign languages. So if you're an actor...
Busy Voiceover Artist Guy Harris gives insight on best promotion using your demos. Full of Voice Over Demo Tips...
WHY DO I NEED A VOICE REEL?
Many actors have 'Record a Voice Reel' on their to-do list for years but for numerous reasons it keeps being put off.