Do You Need a “Change of Pace”?

April 20th, 2016 by Jessica 
As a voice actor you have daily exercises that you do to get better and grow your skill set. It’s apparent that including more of them in your repertoire will do you more good than bad in the long run. The “Change of Pace”, as we like to call it, is a quick but efficient exercise that you could potentially be adding to your regular routine of practice. Here’s how to do it: Choose an article...

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...

Can Female Voiceover Break the Movie Trailer “Glass Ceiling”?

June 13th, 2013 by Colleen 
Can the Movie “In a World…” Be a Tipping Point for Female Voice over in Movie Trailers? March of last year we did a blog post posing the question –  Men rule movie trailers BUT can this trend change? Now with the Movie “In a World…” Media Blitz the question comes to light again – Can women break through the movie trailer “glass ceiling”? According to the...

voiceregistry One on One Sessions via Skype!

May 16th, 2013 by Colleen 
Get a VOICEOVER Industry Professional All to Yourself!   At voiceregistry Platinum members have had great success with participating in the website’s weekend Workouts. Which BTW are NOW during the week. Check for new scripts and last workout’s feedback on Monday’s noon pst. AND we have  added an additional opportunity so voiceregistry members can book time with an industry...

How to Get into Voiceover Part 3

May 5th, 2013 by Colleen 
Tom Dherre Interview Success with Audiobooks Part Three     Question – Why did you want to do Audiobooks? Question – How do you prepare for Audiobook Production? Question – How do you Prepare to Portray the Character Roles? Question – Can you share VO techniques for Audiobooks?   5.5.2013 – Today is the last day of camp….. the first Faff Camp is almost...

How to Get into Voiceover Part 2

May 3rd, 2013 by Colleen 
How to be a Voice Over Actor Part Two   Question – How did you get into Voiceover? Question –What advice do you have for someone breaking into Voiceover? Question – Do you need to live in LA, NY, or Chicago to be successful in VO?   5.3.2013 – Hey Everybody – Today is the first day of camp…..Faff Camp that is! Faff Camp: the Hire Education Conference...

How to Get into Voiceover Part 1

May 1st, 2013 by Colleen 
How to be a Voice Over Actor Part One Question – What is the Greatest Challenge in Voiceover? Question – What Makes a Satisfying Voiceover Career? 5.1.13 – With Faff Camp: the Hire Education Conference for Voiceover Professionals begins this Friday.  Voicebank.net and voiceregistry  are key sponsors of the event and want to offer some great information that faffers from past faffCon...

Voiceover Business Basics – “The Red Velvet Rope”

December 19th, 2011 by Chris M. 
On my days off away from the Voicebank office, I like to spend a lot of my time as an entrepreneur building multiple small businesses. In the extra “free” time I have, I love studying “success” and how others in history have changed our world to what it is today or are changing it now. I always start by studying people who are considered top in their industry and who are doing...

Do you live up to your demo?

November 18th, 2011 by Chris M. 
Ever wonder what agents really think when they hear a demo? Want to know what they expect from you after listening to your demo and signing you on as one of their talent? Kevin Delaney is one of the most helpful Voice Over Pros out there. He’s just posted a clip of a webinar he did last Sunday. The audio clip includes talent agent Ilko Drozdoski, who has also been one of our Weekend Workout guests....