Marketing from the Client Perspective

Perspective is a marvelous thing. Looking at oneself, a situation or an object from a variety of vantage points often reveals something important to us that one can’t see from their singular point of view. It’s true in life and it’s true in the voice-over business. Here’s another truth: Your perspective isn’t the only one … Read more

Why Do You Want to Be a Voice Actor?

One of the first things I ask a new demo student at their first script session with me is; why do you want to be a voice actor? Not only is this question a good ice-breaker, but it also has great significance and allows me to get to know the person more deeply than any … Read more

How To Become A Voice Actor 7

Voiceover for Corporate and Business! One of the fastest growing areas in voiceover is the ‘corporate’ or ‘business’ area.  Simply described, it covers anything that’s not a broadcast ad. One of the reasons this area is growing is that companies share much more material internally now. Many training programs that were traditionally one-on-one are now … Read more

Best Voice Over Experts Services: Why Do They Matter to Businesses?

The popularity of voice-over services is increasing daily. Many voice-over service providers give their best efforts to fulfill their client’s requirements. But, sometimes they fail to satisfy them. It is because they fail to localize the emotions of the audio. Voice-over is not only about speaking a language. It is about speaking with emotion. The … Read more


Just like athletes do conditioning of their bodies before any event they participate, similarly beginner or the experienced Voice over artist must condition their vocal cord before beginning their voice recording, caring for one voice is of utmost importance. So, your vocal cord needs to be in healthy condition, as you never know when your phone … Read more

Voice over Jobs Duties and Responsibilities

Voices over artists possess exceptional talent in their vocal abilities. With their modulating voices they can let the audience feel and understand the character’s emotions such as happy, sad, excited or angry. Without showing their facial expressions or body language to the listeners they make them understand what’s going on, they also sometimes work with … Read more