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 Choose a Voiceover Microphone

April 30th, 2013 by Colleen 
Choosing a Voice-over Microphone There are a lot of great and not so great ways to get advice on the equipment you should get and will need to be sure your are putting your best “Vocal Chord” forward. At this weekend’s Faff Camp event that we are happy to be a Key sponsor of along with other wonderful sponsors who care about helping voice over actors will be one of the Main Stage...

Is a Home Studio a “Must Have” to do Voice over?

April 23rd, 2013 by Colleen 
Simple Ways to Do a Good Recording   Between getting calls and emails about starting a career in Voiceover one of the main questions asked time and time again is “What do I need to record my voice and do I need a studio”? Even talent that already work in Voice-over have questions about how they can improve on what they have or are doing. On our other website voiceregistry some of the...

GREAT NEWS ON THE SAG/AFTRA Front!

April 8th, 2013 by Colleen 
SAG-AFTRA Reaches Deal on Commercials Contract Contract negotiations are always a stressful time but going in with an “easy does it” approach helped all concerned to ease into  a tentative agreement on a 3 year deal with the AD industry. We thank Variety.com for this great informative article! - SAG-AFTRA Reaches Deal

Quality of the Recording for VOICEOVER

November 21st, 2012 by Colleen 
Voiceover and the Importance of the Quality of the Recording Any where from brand new to the industry to the consistently  working Voiceover talent questions are still asked about the best way to record, recording environments, microphone selection, and technical “tweaks”. There are many wonderful and helpful audio engineers that can help but in this post I am going to focus on one gentleman...

Men rule movie trailers

March 21st, 2012 by Colleen 
Men rule movie trailers BUT can this trend change? The link Below is really great to watch. Professionals in the voice over industry  from talent agent Jeff Danis president of DPN  to voice-over artists Joan Baker and Tasia Valenz talk about the current trend and what it will take for women in the voice over business to break through the current trend and blaze a new trail (trailer) for the future. Men...

Holiday Giveaway Winners!

January 4th, 2012 by Chris M. 
Drawing to Win the iRig Mic, Snowflake Mic, and $25 Gift Card! Happy New Year Everyone! Over the holiday vacation, Voiceregistry launched a special drawing for some really cool prizes. We asked for audio or video feedback on how Voiceregistry’s weekend workout has helped our Platinum members with their voiceover careers. For their entries, they were entered in a drawing and we gave away an iRig...

Voiceregistry Platinum Holiday Giveaway Update!!!

December 29th, 2011 by Colleen 
Don’t Miss Your Chance to WIN a iRig or Snowflake Mic! The Snowflake by Blue Microphones Whether you’re recording your newest podcast, talking business on the web, or just narrating your latest great family movie, the Snowflake can capture it with amazing clarity and depth that’s head and shoulders above any comparable portable USB on the market. The iRig by IK Multimedia Rig Mic...

Weekend Workout Fun #2-WIN a Snowflake Mic!

December 23rd, 2011 by Colleen 
Weekend Workout Fun #2-WIN a Snowflake Mic! **You Must Be a PLATINUM Member to Participate** Over the Holidays We are Doing 2 Fun Give-Aways in lieu of the Standard Weekend Workout Format   WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE WEEKEND WORKOUTS? Further develop your voice over auditioning technique through practice. Receive constructive critiques of your practice audition. Learn from others by listening to...