I’m guessing you’ve taken your fair share of scene study classes, dance classes, voice lessons, Shakespeare training--- the list goes on--- at this point in your career.
You may be thinking... “I feel like I should have enough training by now! Can’t I just do the actual work?!”
The good news is that if you’ve received any vocal training (singing, breathing, etc.) it will likely serve you as a foundation in your voiceover work.
You’ve made it to the third week of #VoiceoverCamp- a summer-long #AskAnExpert event w/ Amy Russ, from ActorWebs and yours truly. If you missed our last video, 3 Steps to Take to Take Now to Start Your Voiceover Career, check it out here.
This week we answer the question ... “Is a voiceover class necessary?"
Let’s dive in!
So what do you think? Are your dreams of having a VO career actually starting to sound like a reality?
Just remember… research, research, RESEARCH!
Thinking you need a little extra boost before starting a class? I’ve got your back! Grab your complimentary copy of the VO Starter Kit now!
8/31/2022 06:52:56 am
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