voiceregistry Workout Guest Listener Talent Agent Heather Vergo

January 9th, 2015 by Colleen 
Read & Learn from Talent Agent Heather Vergo – Atlas Talent, LA This Workout will post on January 12, 2015 at 12 noon pst   About the Agency: When Atlas opened its doors, its mission was to revolutionize the commercial talent agency experience. By creating a true partnership, we have been able to super-serve our clients worldwide. Today, our agency manages the strongest client roster...

voiceregistry Workout – Read for Talent Agent,Co-Owner & President of TGMD Vanessa Gilbert

November 17th, 2014 by Colleen 
Read & Learn from Vanessa Gilbert Talent Agent, Co-Owner & President of TGMD This Workout will post on Monday Nov.17th at 12 noon pst   About the Agency: TGMD Talent combines the vision and energy of four top agents: Vanessa Gilbert, Kevin Motley, Ilko Drozdoski and Steve Tisherman. With their combined savvy and years of teamwork, TGMD keeps with the ever changing needs of the industry....

Creating Your Own Home Studio

November 10th, 2014 by Jessica 
QUESTION: What are the home studio capability requirements to be competitive? “When asked if a home studio is needed, my reply is that not an entire room but a good recording environment needs to be created. This starts with where you are placing yourself in the room. Do you have a walk-in closet you can use?  If not, there are mobile set ups that help with acoustics, room noise, etc. Make sure...

Q&A: A Different Perspective

October 30th, 2014 by Jessica 
We’ve got similar questions to our previous post but this time Heather Vergo of Atlas Talent Agency is giving her insight on the industry.  She is also a one-on-one resource that you can utilize through us. Check out the responses below and keep submitting those questions to us via Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for our Q&A month. Question 1 – “What’s the best advice you can...

Here’s a Q&A Preview

October 10th, 2014 by Jessica 
Here is a taste of the questions and answers that we will be addressing in the next few weeks. Below is last week’s workout guest listener talent agent Mike O’Dell/BBA Talent providing advice on a couple topics: Question 1: “Steps to Starting a VO Career” –Get into a comprehensive class. Discover what kind of commitment is involved, what kind of investment would be necessary, and remember...

voiceregistry Workout Guest Listener Talent Agent Ralph Cooper from CTA

September 19th, 2014 by Colleen 
Read & Learn from Talent Agent Ralph Cooper, Capital Talent Agency This Workout will Post on voiceregistry Monday September 22nd , 2014 at 12 noon pst     About the Agency Formed in 2009, Capital Talent Agency, LLC (CTA) represents theater professionals based in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC who work nationally in theater, film, television, and voiceovers. Capital Talent Agency also...

The Acting Overlap

September 18th, 2014 by Jessica 
Acting in voiceover work and on camera are one in the same.  To learn about one should entail the fact that you should learn about the other. They share similarities that can help you grow as a VO actor and give you a well-rounded knowledge of the acting world. iActing Studios has done a great job with their session called ‘Mutual Muscles’, check out the video clip below to get a taste...

Getting Started in VO

September 16th, 2014 by Jessica 
Are you just in the beginnings of your VO career? Now’s the time to take classes but not just any classes. We’ve partnered up with iActing Studios to offer 2 FREE hours of their online classes to our Voiceregistry members.  Never heard of Voiceregistry? Basically, it’s our online service for VO artists to get their talent on a profile that could potentially connect them with talent...

Voiceover Rate Sheet Resource

September 11th, 2014 by Colleen 
Quick and Easy Clicks to Rate Sheets   Almost on a daily basis when helping producers who are creating voice over casting projects on Voicebank.net I am asked about rates for talent. Example from today – “Basically, what are the talent fees for regional one year usage”?     Even when the producer is creating a non-union project I encourage to check what the union rate...