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    The Match Game

    Veteran voice CD Barbara Harris on the art of voice matching.

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    The Power Behind the Mike

    "Years ago, men had to have big, beautiful, commanding voices and women had to have soft, whispering, dulcet tones," says voiceover agent Peter Varano of AVO Talent.

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    7 Tips for Protecting Child Voice Actors in the Online Marketplace

    Make sure your child voice actor is protected!

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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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    Do Celebrity Voices Affect the Bottom Line?

    Does a famous voice sell a product better than a trained, skilled one?

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    Caring For Your Voice When Wildfires Burn

    Do you need to take special care of your voice in states where wildfires run rampant?

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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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    Voice Activation

    Want a new way to be proactive in your voiceover career? Here are the best-known websites geared toward voice talent.

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    Narrating vs. Announcing

    To discuss the differences between narrating and announcing, I went to Randy Thomas, one of America's most recognizable female voices.

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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 ...