Voiceover and You – more fine tuning.

By now, you’ve already attended voiceover classes, set up your studio, and maybe even scored a few new voiceover gigs.

But there’s even more to learn. Take some time this week and read a few articles or blog posts‚ about what other voiceover talent have to say about their craft. I love reading these stories because the voice talent write about the voiceover business from their perspective; their own humble beginnings, their first time in the studio; to meeting producers, copywriters, clients… and everyone in between. Plus, they take the time to share what they’ve learned along the way.

Deborah Puette is one of those talent; and she has written an excellent article for Backstage – The Actor’s Resource (an online resource). She writes about her experiences in making a voice demo – from start to finish – including mics, marketing, agents, and auditions.

Story courtesy of Backstage

reprinted from an earlier post