Julie Williams

Voiceover Insider Podcast #49: Rae Burell and Outsourcing for VO Talent

The VoiceOver Insider Podcast has launched Episode #49, Outsourcing for VO Talent. That’s the topic Julie Williams discusses with Rae Burell of Rae of Light Assistance, a service that provides support for entrepreneurs—mainly voiceover artists. Rae’s qualifications run the gamut from audio editing and graphic design, to building and maintaining a talent’s online presence, to […]

VoiceOver Industry News

moe_rock

Kaotica Eyeball Mobile Studio Contest Winner Announced

And the winner of the Kaotica Eyeball is….. MOE ROCK! Moe (of Moe Rock VO) wrote: “Oh how happy I was to see your contest!!  I LOVE to travel… … [Read More...]

VoiceOver Technical

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Sound Advice by Dan Friedman

Book Review by Gary MacFadden Dan Friedman has written an eminently useful book about setting up a home studio. And, as both a voiceover artist and a producer of voiceover work for going on 15 years, he’s got the bona fides.  I met Dan at the VO2013 in Atlanta in March 2013. We talked some about his book, and then I happened to sit in on a … [Read More]

VoiceOver Business

Ben Hoppe

Animation, Part 1

By Stacey Turner If you’ve dreamed of voicing characters for an animated TV series, or imagined crying out in pain as your video game character is felled by a hail of bullets, here’s some advice: before you schlep your family, pet ferret and collection of Stars Wars action figures across the country, read what four influential members of the … [Read More...]

VOICEOVER RESOURCES

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VO Newbie Corner: The Time Is NOW!

I noticed lots of chatter in the various voice actor forums this month about new talent being unable and/or unwilling to begin auditioning. The reasons vary wildly but there is a lot of “my demos aren't ready and/or good enough”, “my website isn't ready and/or good enough” to “I don't sound like I think I should sound” and “I'm only good with my … [Read More...]