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Getting Started In Voice Overs

Getting Started In Voice Overs

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This FREE guide will help you to make the leap into voice overs, develop your career and evaluate your progress. This 27-page guide explains step-by-step exactly how to get started as a voice actor in the voice over industry, exclusively from experts at Voices.com!
This FREE guide will help you to make the leap into voice overs, develop your career and evaluate your progress. This 27-page guide explains step-by-step exactly how to get started as a voice actor in the voice over industry, exclusively from experts at Voices.com!

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GETTING STARTED IN VOICE OVERS
A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO GETTING STARTED IN THE INDUSTRY
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Table of Contents
Meet The Industry 3Learn from the Masters 5Plan Your Demo 7Record Your Demo 11Build Your Business & Your Brand 17Creating a Presence 20Promoting Your Voice 24Go For It 27
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Meet The Industr
A voice-over is the voice of an unseen narrator, arecording performed by a voice talent that gives lifeto characters, tells a story, or sells a product.
Free career resources and advice is available, job opportunities are bountiful 
, and thecosts associated with getting started and building a home recording studio are at the lowest they have ever been thanks to online marketplaces and the global village.Broadcasters from the old school of presenting are using their highly developed instincts and pro
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duction skills to land jobs from other radio and television stations around the world.Singers and stage actors from the theatre are exercising their vocal versatility, performing as voiceactors in animation,
lm, and documentary narration as well as producing music beds and jinglesfor commercials.Salespeople, former telephone marketers, and educators with great voices are
exing their persua 
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sive musculature in commercials, telephony, and educational voice overs with the gusto and ambi
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tion of jockeys at the gate, waiting to unleash their voices on the world. These are just some of the people who make up the voice industry.
This guide will help you tomake the leap into voice overs develop your career
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What is a Voice-Over?
A voice
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over is the voice of an unseen narrator
, in a movie or a television broadcast. It is a recording performed by a voice talent that gives life to characters, tells a story, guides you on a tour,or directs your telephone calls.Usually, professional voice talents are enthusiastic, funny, charming, are
exible, and interact well with other people. They have the ability to take direction or criticism from others and can inter
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pret copy to sell a product, concept, or a message.
Who is a Voice Talent?
A voice talent is a voice
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over professional who interprets a script to meet a speci 
fi 
ccommercial, leisure, or educational goal 
. Voice talents provide the voices that you hear dur
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ing a commercial on television, imaging on the radio, podcasts, narrators for
lm, voices for movietrailers, telephone systems, educational resources, and a wide assortment of web and kiosk applica 
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tions.
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