Voiceover Advice

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    Creating Your Own In-Home Recording Studio

    One of the beauties of voiceover work is that you can do it at home by creating your own mini-studio. But you've got to find the proper equipment. That takes research.

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    Launching a Career in Voiceover Is Tough Work

    Commercial voiceover is an actor's medium today. But the competition is stiffer than ever, thanks in large part to voiceover casting websites and electronic self-submissions.

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    How to Care for Your Voice

    The demands placed upon the vocal actor can be extreme, and without proper care and exercise, the voice will undoubtedly suffer.

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    Sound Advice

    When it comes to building a voiceover career in New York, it's important to find what you do well and stick with it. Two veterans share how they found their niches and made their voices heard.

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    A Day in the Life

    An actor walks us through one episode of his 14-episode voiceover audition for 'The Price Is Right' with Drew Carey.

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    Banking on Voicebank

    He's never actually stepped into the voiceover booth, but Stewart Wilson-Turner, vice president and chief technology officer of Voicebank.net claims to shave the speed bumps between performers and producers.

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    A Room for the Voice

    In March 2009, voice actors Paul Pape and Joe Cipriano joined engineer George Whittam to honor Don LaFontaine, their late friend and a voiceover legend, who voiced more than 5,000 movie trailers. With the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, the three worked to create and build the Don LaFontaine Voice-Over ...

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    Video: Voice Actor Candi Milo

    Veteran voice actor Candi Milo shares her over 20 years of experience creating voices that bring animated characters to life.

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    Finding Your Voice in NYC

    The voiceover landscape in New York is shifting beneath everyone's feet, but one thing remains constant: Getting work starts with getting an agent.

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    Kristin Linklater's List of Vocal Dos and Don'ts

    "Know your voice—it's strong, it's sensitive, it's resilient, and it's you," says Kristin Linklater, founder of the Linklater Center for Voice and Language, before launching into her lists of voice dos and don'ts.