Qualities Every Voice Actor Should Possess to be Successful

The question has always been, “How do I become a voice actor?” However perfectly tailored to aspiring voice talents, one

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Online Coaching for Voice Actors

If voice acting services per se can take place without the need of physical presence, why can voice over coaching not?

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Union VS Non-Union Voice Over

The controversy on which the better status is to go for as a voice actor has been persisting since the beginning of the business and has intensified in the emergence of online voice acting marketplace.

First off, there is no clear-cut answer to this because both union and non-union voice over present their own advantages and disadvantages. The decision upon which path to take can be influenced by many facets but is ultimately on the voice actor’s hands, taking into anticipation the downside each carries itself with.

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Voice Actors Not Recognizing Their Own Voices: Truth Revealed

Have you ever tried to record your own voice in a voice mail message and jolt out of surprise and disgust, and tell yourself, “Is that how I really sound?”? You are absolutely not the only one. In fact, even us, voice actors, whose best friend should be our own voice happen to cringe at it when heard from the speaker.

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Behind The Scenes: 10 Voice Actor Problems We Probably Didn’t Know

Many articles online depict the life of voice acting as if actors are basking in their recording studio throne, living

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Voice Actor’s Guide In Choosing a Pop Filter

In the previous article, we have covered the reasons why pop filters are necessary in doing your voice overs. Herein is a continuation focusing on the types and what to look for in a pop filter to tailor what’s best for your voice and your microphone.

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Pop Filters: Why Voice Actors Need Them

To most voice actors, pop filters are one of the most essential tool in their studio arsenal that they would nearly never work without one. It pretty much speaks about why most photographs of a voice over talent at a mic in a studio session has that big black circle that stands between the mic and the talent.

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How to Deal With Voice Over Fatigue or Burnouts

In voice over career, investments are not just about the recording equipments and studio. The real name of the game here is taking care of your ultimate investment asset — your voice.

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How To Establish A Strong Voice Over Online Presence

The advent of online marketplace has been continually reshaping every business worldwide. According to Google Local Search Statistics 2019, 97% search online to find a local business. From those numbers, it’s easy to assume that nearly every business has gone online to hop on the internet bandwagon and catch up with the consumers who stepped out of the traditional face of business. 

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How To Turn Your Voice Over Auditions into Paying Jobs

But ugly truth to be told — doing voice over auditions is actually your real job here. Working on the actual paid voiceover project serves some sense of relief because mostly you just have to continue reading the entire script from your sample read. This is especially appropriate to starters because it’s you who chase the jobs, so you have to work your butt off in sending out voice over auditions.

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Knowing Your Voice Type and Honing Your Voice Acting Skills

Many journals would tell you, “Just because you have a unique voice or you talk everyday doesn’t mean you are destined to be a voice actor.” Let alone state the obvious; of course you are not, not just yet.

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