San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This is the same popular seminar with the same instructor that usually sells out when offered in Washington, DC. And now it is being offered BY POPULAR DEMAND in Providence!
So maybe you've been told you have a great voice, or perhaps people have suggested you should be in "radio." Maybe you use effective communication as part of your profession, or perhaps you're just interested in how people make money every day with their voices. From audio books and cartoons to documentaries, commercials and more, this class will introduce you to the growing field of voice-over. Today, the range of voices hired has grown dramatically and, unlike other fields, voice professionals are more in demand than ever before. Join us to learn what the pros look for, how to avoid common mistakes, and where to find work in your area! We’ll discuss industry pros and cons, play samples from working voice professionals and give you an opportunity to record a short script, under the direction of your instructor. This seminar is fun, realistic, and a great first step for anyone interested in the voice over field.
What a voice-over is
What it is like on the job
Which voice types are most in demand
What a professional voice demo sounds like
Where to look for work opportunities
How to avoid common mistakes
Everyone in the class will have an opportunity to record a voice-over for in-class playback and instructor review.
Who should attend this seminar:
• Adults curious about or interested in the voice-over field
• Individuals who have been told they have a good voice
• People who use their voices prominently in their occupations
• People with music, theater, or creative backgrounds
Space is limited for this great introductory seminar on how to get paid to talk, so register today!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Designed specifically for adults, though older children are welcome with parental accompaniment.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Can I update my registration information?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
If you are unable to attend, you will be given a credit for a future seminar.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?