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Favorite Voiceover Workshop: Edge Studio
The popularity of Edge Studio has everything to do with how seriously it treats the craft of voiceover, according to actor-singer Sara Binensztok. "I found them to be extraordinarily professional," she says. "They were well-organized and offer a state-of-the-art recording studio."
Edge Studio has been coaching and counseling voiceover artists since 1988. Started by voiceover producer David Goldberg, the company - officially Edge Studio's Voice Design Group - has offices in New York, Connecticut, and the Washington, D.C., area and boasts that it offers top instructors in commercials, narration, animation, audio books, documentaries, corporate videos, education, and even foreign-language dubbing. It features small workshops with customized learning plans, according to its website, and teaches performers to "sound competitive on your own, without digital enhancement."
Adds Binensztok, "They give great career advice if you want to get into voiceover." Edge Studio even offers a free event called Talk With a Pro Tuesday by Telephone, in which the first 50 people to dial in get to ask an industry-related question and receive a candid response.
115 West 45th Street, 8th floor (between 6th and 7th Avenue), New York, NY 10036 (212) 868-3343; email@example.com; www.edgestudio.com.