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"Unfortunately, having the proper equipment and knowing how to use it are two different things."   Dan Lenard GUEST POST by Dan Lenard, Voice Actor & The Home Studio Master: One of the things to consider when hiring a voice talent is, “How is their sound?” Does the recording sound like it could be on the radio? Is the size of the room they recorded in apparent from the echo you hear? Are there mic plosives or “popping “P’s? All of these questions are evidence of not understanding proper audio processing, a less than ideal recording space, and poor mic technique. When[...]

VO Mastery 2016 & That's Voiceover 2016 - Two Conferences, Back to Back I had the luxury of attending two voiceover events in L.A. recently thanks to my living close to the city. Panel discussions and Q&A, well known voice actors and industry players were all the order of the day...in both cases. VO Mastery 2016 We were entertained and hosted by illustrious voice talent, Randy Thomas, who put together a day full of information, kicked off by phenomenal one-man show, "Talking to Myself" by James Arnold Taylor. The renown voice of Obi-wan, Fred Flintstone, and many, many more recognizable voices, James is absolutely the real[...]

VO: Tales and Techniques of a Voice-Over Actor - Book Review by Tracy Lindley It all started one day when I was watching VO Buzz Weekly. You know, that invaluable and infinitely intriguing show dedicated to all things voiceover.  You’d have to live under a voiceover rock not to have heard of the personable and fun-loving co-hosts, Chuck and Stacey.  In their 123rd episode, they interviewed the legendary Harlan Hogan who was, by the way, a more humble and transparent man than I would ever suspect from someone with as many accomplishments as he has collected over his 30-plus years as[...]

There is a glut of people wanting to do voice-overs as a potential career. When I started, one of the major voice-over online marketplaces had under 3,000 talent registered. Ten years later, they have 30,000. That's a lot of alleged competition. The changes in the voice-over industry Like many things, the voice-over landscape has changed and evolved greatly over the years. Ten years ago, it started changing drastically and the playing field evened out much to the chagrin of many veteran voices. The ability to record from home changed everything, allowing the (talented and educated) solopreneur, with recording abilities, to join in[...]

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