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Web IVO - 2018-1-24

Date: 
January 24, 2018
Class Time: 
12pm-3pm ET
Percent Full: 
100%
$99.00
$99.00

TAW-2018-01-28

Date: 
January 28, 2018
Class Time: 
3pm-6pm ET
Percent Full: 
100%
$60.00
Phase 2 and Phase 3 Additional Info
Instructor: 
Haneen Arafat Murphy
Class Format: 
via Webinar
Class Description: 
Disclaimers & Fair Balance (Or, how do you read that big block of legalese at the end of a pharmaceutical commercial??) <b> This Class Is Full </b>
$60.00

Web IVO - 2018-01-31

Date: 
January 31, 2018
Class Time: 
6pm-9pm ET
Percent Full: 
40%
$99.00
$99.00

LA IVO - 2018-01-27

Date: 
January 27, 2018
Class Time: 
1:30pm-4:30pm PT
Percent Full: 
20%
$99.00
$99.00

ATL IVO - 2018-01-22

Date: 
January 22, 2018
Class Time: 
6pm-9pm ET
Percent Full: 
50%
$99.00
$99.00

About Laura S

Gender: Female
Reading Age: child, preteen, teenager, 20s, 30s
Languages & Accents:
British - Can perform American English with a British accent
English Neutral - Native speaker
French Neutral (no accent) - Can perform American English with a French Neutral (no accent) accent
New Jersey - Native speaker
New York - Can perform American English with a New York accent
Other Skills: I have been training in stage and improv and have over 40 character voices that I can do.
Union Affiliations: Non-union
Personal Marketing Statement:

Whether you need a commercial, narration, promo, E-learning, or animation project, let Laura Schreiber voice your next recording. Laura offers a 24-hour turnaround on most projects and delivers excellent quality within budget and always with a smile. Laura has a millennial, conversational voice that makes every project sparkle. Some of Laura's recent clients include: Ace Hardware, Bosch, Grandin Road, Honeywell, Tampax, and Publix.

Overview Description Of My Voice:

Bubbly and warm, millennial and conversational, I sound like the girl-next door you have always know. Hip teen to Cool Soccer Mom, I'm your girl.

    67 people have played this

    Recording:

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    Animation, Character, Commercials, Documentaries & Film, Tours
    /sites/default/files/demos/user-137334/demo-100032.mp3

    How do these 7 USB mics sound vs. popular non-USB mics? Part 2 of 2.


    NOTE: This is the second post in a 2-part article. Click here to read part 1!

    We always say, learning never ends. That's true of what we know about USB mics. They've gotten better. But are they ready yet for daily use in a professional VO recording studio? As we noted in Part One, in some circumstances, yes -- especially if the owner is just starting on a VO career. With the money you might save, you can invest in things that will have greater benefit to your sound.

    But how do they stack up against each other? And can an expert really hear the difference between USB and conventional XLR?

    Dan Friedman, one of Edge Studio's home studio consultants, oversaw a USB mic shootout, in which he evaluated USB mics' design and performance, and compared them to some non-USB mics.

    Our friends at Sweetwater (a terrific microphone and voice-over equipment retailer) lent us five USB mics for testing (AudioTechnica 2020USBi, Sennheiser MK4 digital, Shure MV51, Blue Raspberry and Miktek ProCast System). In addition, Dan added two more USB mics (Apogee MiC and the Blue Yeti Pro). And for comparison, we also tested three comparably priced XLR (non-USB) Large Diaphragm Condenser (LDC) microphones (XLR BLUE Spark, Rode NT2A, and Studio Projects C1), along with a Sennheiser 416 short shotgun XLR, an industry standard. That's a total of 11 mics. We have 12 audio clips because two of the samples are from the same microphone with different vocal presets.

    The XLR mics require an interface, so with them we used the Centrance MicPortPro preamp/interface. We chose the MicPortPro because USB mics are often preferred for travel, and this interface is compact enough for that.

    About MARIAM M

    Gender: Female
    Reading Age: teenager, 20s, 30s
    Languages & Accents:
    Arabic - Speaks American English with an Arabic accent
    British - Can perform American English with a British accent
    Canadian - Can perform American English with a Canadian accent
    Castilian - Can perform American English with a Castilian accent
    English Neutral - Native speaker
    French Neutral (no accent) - Can perform American English with a French Neutral (no accent) accent
    German - Speaks American English with a German accent
    Midwestern - Native speaker
    New Jersey - Can perform American English with a New Jersey accent
    New York - Can perform American English with a New York accent
    Russian - Speaks American English with a Russian accent
    Southern - Can perform American English with a Southern accent
    Spanish Neutral (no accent) - Native speaker
    Spanish Neutral (no accent) - Can perform American English with a Spanish Neutral (no accent) accent
    Urdu - Native speaker
    Urdu - Speaks American English with a Urdu accent
    Other Skills: singing
    Union Affiliations: Non-union
    Personal Marketing Statement:
    Overview Description Of My Voice:

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    Commercials
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    Commercials
    /sites/default/files/demos/user-137311/demo-100017.mp3

    About Randy G

    Gender: Male
    Reading Age: 20s, 30s
    Languages & Accents:
    English - English Neutral
    Other Skills: singing
    Union Affiliations: Non-union, SAG, AFTRA
    Personal Marketing Statement:
    Overview Description Of My Voice:

    I'm the smart, young informative guy.

    Dear David,

    Thank you so much for teaching the audition workshop on Saturday! It was incredibly helpful to practice in-depth copy analysis and to learn about the pitfalls to avoid when recording auditions. The peer critique was a terrific way to train our ears and get us thinking about auditions from the perspective of these making casting decisions.

    It was also so great to finally meet you! As I told you after the class, I've enjoyed the training program at Edge so much. I've learned a ton of useful information, and the people at the studio have all been friendly, helpful and encouraging every step of the way.

    Thanks again for the awesome class - hope to work together again soon!

    Amy

    After years of wanting to see if V.O. might be a plausible avenue for me, and being nervous to take the plunge, I finally just took the $99 workshop with instructor Danielle Quisenberry. It was FANTASTIC. In dramatic improvement over an introductory V.O. class I'd attended elsewhere, this class size was intimate (5 students) so in addition to being fun and comfortable we all got a great amount of time and attention to work, adjust, and discuss; the technique guidebook is so clear and useful before even arriving, and once there, having it applied and explicated by Danielle was so clear and tangible and thrilling, all of her feedback *concrete* and *actionable*, I did indeed feel like I had a better grasp of the technical aspects in just one session, and had a much richer idea of how/whether/what part of the skillset and market I might be suited for and find most rewarding. I enjoyed it tremendously, find the prospect of working on this technique (and possibly industry) more exciting and heartening than I've felt in years, and I definitely recommend EDGE (as represented by Danielle) over alternative studios/courses.

    Molly
    Commercials, Corporate, Promos
    /sites/default/files/demos/user-137267/demo-100008.mp3

    About Nathan R

    Gender: Male
    Reading Age: 30s, 40s
    Languages & Accents:
    Brazilian Portuguese - Can perform American English with a Brazilian Portuguese accent
    British - Can perform American English with a British accent
    English Neutral - Native speaker
    Midwestern - Native speaker
    Other Skills: singing, I'm an announcer of the "1-800, Call Now" Direct Response brand and read tags on a regular basis for spots and shows. I've recorded three audio books on sale through Audible.
    Union Affiliations: Non-union, SAG, AFTRA
    Personal Marketing Statement:

    Narrated 3 audio books in 2017! "Emotional Intelligence: Skyrocket your Social Likability", "Third Eye: Awaken your Third Eye and Find Spiritual Enlightenment" and "The Book of Genesis Study Guide: Understanding God's Word"

    Overview Description Of My Voice:

    Friendly guy with an articulate, warm, hypnotic voice! Can also do a hard announcer sell, or a calm, reverent, soothing voice to fall asleep to.

    71 people have played this

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    Open Talk 10-25-2015
    October 25, 2015
    • How best to reach out to local production studios?
    • Sources for workout groups?
    • I'm not new to VO, and have worked with a producer to put together a new commercial demo using work I was hired to do. I do not currently work with a coach. Is there a professional I can connect with who can give me constructive feedback on that demo?
    • Does one need ISDN, or is Source Connect enough? Does one need Source Connect Basic or can one get by using Source Connect Now?
    • Is there a peer group that is more specialized in helping with studio issues?
    • What are 3 things that are a "must have" for building my home studio?
    • Can someone talk about the national and local VO conferences? What types of sessions occur at these events?

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    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 10-18-2015
    October 18, 2015
    • How do I submit my character/video game demo to Edge Studio?
    • What type of characters should be included in a character demo?
    • Are animation, video games, anime, and character the same specialization in voice over?
    • Can you suggest tips for finding copy for animation, anime or computer games?
    • Conversation about copyright/usage of demo scripts
    • Is it okay after doing a job for a client on an online casting to ask for final audio for use as a demo?
    • Do animation/video game demos have to show a lot of range?
    • What do you suggest ... that VO actors write their own scripts?
    • Video game rate discussion
    • Where could I audition for Brazilian Portuguese animation projects? Do you know of a specific channel/site for foreign languages?
    • For mobile games, what are the options to find work? Should we go to individual developers, big conferences (as mentioned earlier), or casting agents?

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    Topic Talk - Advice for New Voice Actors 10-11-2015
    October 11, 2015
    • How far into training is it before your ready for your first demo?
    • Is it a good idea to attend VO conferences without any VO training?
    • How important is it to build a home studio? Are they used primarily for auditions? How often do VO actors walk into a studio (if they are around)?
    • Is there an online community where new/pending VO talent can go to get peer review and advice for reviewing their work, etc.?
    • Online casting sites seem to be how most new VO talents look to find work. This requires demos which are expensive. Freelance sites like Fiver.com seem to be providing an avenue for new VO talent - are you familiar with such sites and what do you think of getting started with this kind of work?
    • Do I need to move to Los Angeles or New York City for voice acting?
    • Its been suggested that I purchase a preamp and an audio interface. Any suggestions for resources to teach you how to use this equipment to improve quality of recordings?
    • Throwback to "What do I wish someone told me back when I started?..." : How to make champagne-level production on a beer budget, and just how obnoxious is too obnoxious when marketing….
    • Apart from home studio cost, what would you say an aspiring VO talent should expect to spend in training and demo costs and how long would it take on average before you can start looking for work?

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    Genre Talk - Audiobooks 10-04-2015
    October 4, 2015
    • Is working with ACX the typical way to start working as a book narrator?
    • The question I have is has to do with the level of stamina and consistency needed to do audiobooks. Can someone address that?
    • What are some of the best tips for maintaining your voice in long form narration?
    • How many breaks do narrators take while recording? 10 minutes per hour? Something else?
    • What are the basic editing requirements? How long does it take to record each hour of an audiobook?
    • Given all the time and effort that goes into narrating an audio book, do you all feel that you are getting paid sufficiently?
    • Given the length of time, do most audio book narrators sit while reading? Would there be any reason to stand?
    • Basic question from a newbie - what's a pickup?
    • One thing I found that will save a lot of time for first timers on ACX is to send a sample of finished recorded audio of the book to ACX for review to make sure you meet their technical specs before going too far into your project.
    • Please explain why REAPER seems to be a preferred recorder for long form.
    • Anyone know anything about Acon Digital Restoration Suite?
    • How does a female narrator best deal with male characters in fiction audiobooks?
    • Speaking of SAG-AFTRA - to you have to be a member of the union to record audiobooks?
    • Do you guys use gating to remove breath and random noise between speaking or is that a no no?

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    Training Talk - VO Training and Demos 09-27-2015
    September 27, 2015
    • Discussion with Larry Hudson re number of coaching sessions necessary before producing a first demo.
    • Would you recommend a person go to 2 or 3 or more coaches when they think they are ready for a demo to see if all confirm the artist has the skills to make a demo that reflects their skills?
    • I had multiple coaches and used many things from each when I recorded my demo. The result was a demo that is very marketable.
    • If you have to record your demo remotely, how do you know know your local studio is good enough to record the audio?
    • If I'm unhappy with a demo (I haven't made one yet, but just to ease some anxiety) what are my options? What are the obligations of the producer/coach I've worked with to make me happy?
    • I'm fairly new and I'm finally in my first professional beginner VO class. I know it's probably all over the map, but on average how much training or how long has it taken for most folks before they feel and/or are told they're competently ready to create their demo(s)?
    • Should I include multiple genres in a single demo? If so, how do I combine multiple audio files into a single demo?
    • How long should the demo be per genre?
    • As for the demo being made in the studio, how do I determine what studio is best for making the demo(s) - what are some of the things and experience I should ask about? I'm in Denver, CO and am very new to the voiceover world.
    • Practicing Methods: 1) 30-sec. Record for 30-sec and listen back. What is good? What needs improvement? 2) Long Endurance. Record for as long as possible... up to 2 hours in a setting. See if your vocal folds can take it. 3) Cold Reading skills: get a script you've never seen before. Record it once. Listen to it objectively. Record it once again (and last time). 4) The 2-4-8 breathing exercise: inhale-hold-exhale-hold each for 2 steps then 4 then 8 then 4 then 2 and repeat.

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    Genre Talk - E-Learning 09-20-2015
    September 20, 2015
    • How long are e-learning auditions generally?
    • How is the pacing for e-learning different than for other forms of narration?
    • E-learning editing - to what levels do I normalize? Peak vs RMS.
    • Where do you audition for e-learning jobs, other than on pay to play sites?
    • How easy is it to break into e-learning?
    • What is an Instructional Designer? What is the e-learning creation process?
    • What is the current price range for e-learning projects? What are the expected deliverables?
    • What are some of the pay-to-play sites? I'm new to the industry.
    • Has anyone used Fiverrr for VO work?
    • Has anyone used both Word2Wav and Read2Record and could they compare the best features of them?
    • What would the rate range be for freelance audio editors?
    • What are the best resources for a talent to find e-learning work?
    • What type of information should be in an e-learning demo?
    • What are the rules for using copyrighted content for demos?

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    Tech Talk - 09-13-2015
    September 13, 2015
    • What is a good set of headphones to start with for monitoring and editing?
    • Where I can go to find other VO folks in a smaller market such as St Louis? I will be looking for coaching pretty soon.
    • Could someone please give me some info on Source-Connect?
    • If I want to upgrade my Rode microphone, do I need to plan on a new interface devices or preamps besides the Focusrite Scarlett I am using now?
    • George Whittam previously OK'd my noise level. But, since then my desktop died and I'm switching to laptop. The noise level seems to have changed even though I'm not in the same room with the mic. What is the best way to check my own noise level and what is the appropriate level for broadcast quality?
    • What do you think of Terry Daniel coaching via Skype or phone?
    • Does anyone have experience with an MXL 770 microphone?
    • I've been using my iMac to do the recording. However, the faint fan noise is a nuisance and always needs to be edited out. Does the computer I'm using have to be a stand alone unit to avoid this?
    • Anyone rate the the Neumann TLM-103?
    • I'd like to ask about ventilation in true studios (Whisper Rooms or the like)
    • I am in the beginning stages of researching the voiceover industry. What type of mic, headphones, etc. do you recommend for a beginner for a home studio?
    • I really enjoy narrating audio books and I plan on doing that full time. I currently use a dell and a blue yeti in a small walk in closet. I plan on purchasing a booth and a Mac book pro...any mic work better with the Mac book? Should I consider a condenser?

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    Genre Talk - Commercials 08-30-2015
    August 30, 2015
    • How long should I wait to use an audition read in my demo?
    • If I get hired for a job, how do I go about asking the client for a copy of the final file for use in my demo?
    • Discussion about reaching out directly to LA-based ad agencies.
    • When doing a union project, do I approach someone different to get a copy of the work?
    • Story about Michael Schwalbe being asked to NOT use a video for a promo he did for Warner Music.
    • How do you embed a link from a YouTube video?
    • How do I best practice commercial reads?
    • What other places can a demo be sent to that would produce commercials, besides an Ad Agency and Production House?
    • Voice over marketing ideas - business cards with audio embedded.
    • What competencies should I look for in a voice over coach?
    • How many coaches should I work with? How do I know when to move on to a new coach?
    • Is it bad, or tacky to use scripts from the Edge library to make a demo for my voice over website?
    • Is there a big difference when auditioning on twisted wave using the TLM 103 mic compared to the Apogee?
    • What is the standard rate for voice over coaching?

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    Open Talk 08-23-2015
    August 23, 2015
      Due to technical issues, there is no recording of this TalkTime session. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    • How do you know when you're ready for your demo?
    • How much coaching is necessary before doing your first demo?
    • What is the best home studio microphone in North America? (question from the UK)
    • Could you ask about air ventilation solutions and recommendations for your recording area that are quiet. I'm doing an audiobook in the summer and I'm dying here!
    • I have a question about minimizing noise floor - expanders
    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 08-16-2015
    August 16, 2015
    • What types of voices, and how many, should go on an animation demo?
    • What's the difference between an animation and video game demo?
    • Do you need an agent to get animation work?
    • What are pay-rates for this type of work?
    • Who should you use to write scripts for an animation demo?
    • What type of coach is best for animation and video game work?
    • SAG resource videos for animation voice actors.

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    Open Talk 10-25-2015
    October 25, 2015
    • How best to reach out to local production studios?
    • Sources for workout groups?
    • I'm not new to VO, and have worked with a producer to put together a new commercial demo using work I was hired to do. I do not currently work with a coach. Is there a professional I can connect with who can give me constructive feedback on that demo?
    • Does one need ISDN, or is Source Connect enough? Does one need Source Connect Basic or can one get by using Source Connect Now?
    • Is there a peer group that is more specialized in helping with studio issues?
    • What are 3 things that are a "must have" for building my home studio?
    • Can someone talk about the national and local VO conferences? What types of sessions occur at these events?

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    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 10-18-2015
    October 18, 2015
    • How do I submit my character/video game demo to Edge Studio?
    • What type of characters should be included in a character demo?
    • Are animation, video games, anime, and character the same specialization in voice over?
    • Can you suggest tips for finding copy for animation, anime or computer games?
    • Conversation about copyright/usage of demo scripts
    • Is it okay after doing a job for a client on an online casting to ask for final audio for use as a demo?
    • Do animation/video game demos have to show a lot of range?
    • What do you suggest ... that VO actors write their own scripts?
    • Video game rate discussion
    • Where could I audition for Brazilian Portuguese animation projects? Do you know of a specific channel/site for foreign languages?
    • For mobile games, what are the options to find work? Should we go to individual developers, big conferences (as mentioned earlier), or casting agents?

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    Topic Talk - Advice for New Voice Actors 10-11-2015
    October 11, 2015
    • How far into training is it before your ready for your first demo?
    • Is it a good idea to attend VO conferences without any VO training?
    • How important is it to build a home studio? Are they used primarily for auditions? How often do VO actors walk into a studio (if they are around)?
    • Is there an online community where new/pending VO talent can go to get peer review and advice for reviewing their work, etc.?
    • Online casting sites seem to be how most new VO talents look to find work. This requires demos which are expensive. Freelance sites like Fiver.com seem to be providing an avenue for new VO talent - are you familiar with such sites and what do you think of getting started with this kind of work?
    • Do I need to move to Los Angeles or New York City for voice acting?
    • Its been suggested that I purchase a preamp and an audio interface. Any suggestions for resources to teach you how to use this equipment to improve quality of recordings?
    • Throwback to "What do I wish someone told me back when I started?..." : How to make champagne-level production on a beer budget, and just how obnoxious is too obnoxious when marketing….
    • Apart from home studio cost, what would you say an aspiring VO talent should expect to spend in training and demo costs and how long would it take on average before you can start looking for work?

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    Genre Talk - Audiobooks 10-04-2015
    October 4, 2015
    • Is working with ACX the typical way to start working as a book narrator?
    • The question I have is has to do with the level of stamina and consistency needed to do audiobooks. Can someone address that?
    • What are some of the best tips for maintaining your voice in long form narration?
    • How many breaks do narrators take while recording? 10 minutes per hour? Something else?
    • What are the basic editing requirements? How long does it take to record each hour of an audiobook?
    • Given all the time and effort that goes into narrating an audio book, do you all feel that you are getting paid sufficiently?
    • Given the length of time, do most audio book narrators sit while reading? Would there be any reason to stand?
    • Basic question from a newbie - what's a pickup?
    • One thing I found that will save a lot of time for first timers on ACX is to send a sample of finished recorded audio of the book to ACX for review to make sure you meet their technical specs before going too far into your project.
    • Please explain why REAPER seems to be a preferred recorder for long form.
    • Anyone know anything about Acon Digital Restoration Suite?
    • How does a female narrator best deal with male characters in fiction audiobooks?
    • Speaking of SAG-AFTRA - to you have to be a member of the union to record audiobooks?
    • Do you guys use gating to remove breath and random noise between speaking or is that a no no?

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    Training Talk - VO Training and Demos 09-27-2015
    September 27, 2015
    • Discussion with Larry Hudson re number of coaching sessions necessary before producing a first demo.
    • Would you recommend a person go to 2 or 3 or more coaches when they think they are ready for a demo to see if all confirm the artist has the skills to make a demo that reflects their skills?
    • I had multiple coaches and used many things from each when I recorded my demo. The result was a demo that is very marketable.
    • If you have to record your demo remotely, how do you know know your local studio is good enough to record the audio?
    • If I'm unhappy with a demo (I haven't made one yet, but just to ease some anxiety) what are my options? What are the obligations of the producer/coach I've worked with to make me happy?
    • I'm fairly new and I'm finally in my first professional beginner VO class. I know it's probably all over the map, but on average how much training or how long has it taken for most folks before they feel and/or are told they're competently ready to create their demo(s)?
    • Should I include multiple genres in a single demo? If so, how do I combine multiple audio files into a single demo?
    • How long should the demo be per genre?
    • As for the demo being made in the studio, how do I determine what studio is best for making the demo(s) - what are some of the things and experience I should ask about? I'm in Denver, CO and am very new to the voiceover world.
    • Practicing Methods: 1) 30-sec. Record for 30-sec and listen back. What is good? What needs improvement? 2) Long Endurance. Record for as long as possible... up to 2 hours in a setting. See if your vocal folds can take it. 3) Cold Reading skills: get a script you've never seen before. Record it once. Listen to it objectively. Record it once again (and last time). 4) The 2-4-8 breathing exercise: inhale-hold-exhale-hold each for 2 steps then 4 then 8 then 4 then 2 and repeat.

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    Genre Talk - E-Learning 09-20-2015
    September 20, 2015
    • How long are e-learning auditions generally?
    • How is the pacing for e-learning different than for other forms of narration?
    • E-learning editing - to what levels do I normalize? Peak vs RMS.
    • Where do you audition for e-learning jobs, other than on pay to play sites?
    • How easy is it to break into e-learning?
    • What is an Instructional Designer? What is the e-learning creation process?
    • What is the current price range for e-learning projects? What are the expected deliverables?
    • What are some of the pay-to-play sites? I'm new to the industry.
    • Has anyone used Fiverrr for VO work?
    • Has anyone used both Word2Wav and Read2Record and could they compare the best features of them?
    • What would the rate range be for freelance audio editors?
    • What are the best resources for a talent to find e-learning work?
    • What type of information should be in an e-learning demo?
    • What are the rules for using copyrighted content for demos?

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    Tech Talk - 09-13-2015
    September 13, 2015
    • What is a good set of headphones to start with for monitoring and editing?
    • Where I can go to find other VO folks in a smaller market such as St Louis? I will be looking for coaching pretty soon.
    • Could someone please give me some info on Source-Connect?
    • If I want to upgrade my Rode microphone, do I need to plan on a new interface devices or preamps besides the Focusrite Scarlett I am using now?
    • George Whittam previously OK'd my noise level. But, since then my desktop died and I'm switching to laptop. The noise level seems to have changed even though I'm not in the same room with the mic. What is the best way to check my own noise level and what is the appropriate level for broadcast quality?
    • What do you think of Terry Daniel coaching via Skype or phone?
    • Does anyone have experience with an MXL 770 microphone?
    • I've been using my iMac to do the recording. However, the faint fan noise is a nuisance and always needs to be edited out. Does the computer I'm using have to be a stand alone unit to avoid this?
    • Anyone rate the the Neumann TLM-103?
    • I'd like to ask about ventilation in true studios (Whisper Rooms or the like)
    • I am in the beginning stages of researching the voiceover industry. What type of mic, headphones, etc. do you recommend for a beginner for a home studio?
    • I really enjoy narrating audio books and I plan on doing that full time. I currently use a dell and a blue yeti in a small walk in closet. I plan on purchasing a booth and a Mac book pro...any mic work better with the Mac book? Should I consider a condenser?

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    Genre Talk - Commercials 08-30-2015
    August 30, 2015
    • How long should I wait to use an audition read in my demo?
    • If I get hired for a job, how do I go about asking the client for a copy of the final file for use in my demo?
    • Discussion about reaching out directly to LA-based ad agencies.
    • When doing a union project, do I approach someone different to get a copy of the work?
    • Story about Michael Schwalbe being asked to NOT use a video for a promo he did for Warner Music.
    • How do you embed a link from a YouTube video?
    • How do I best practice commercial reads?
    • What other places can a demo be sent to that would produce commercials, besides an Ad Agency and Production House?
    • Voice over marketing ideas - business cards with audio embedded.
    • What competencies should I look for in a voice over coach?
    • How many coaches should I work with? How do I know when to move on to a new coach?
    • Is it bad, or tacky to use scripts from the Edge library to make a demo for my voice over website?
    • Is there a big difference when auditioning on twisted wave using the TLM 103 mic compared to the Apogee?
    • What is the standard rate for voice over coaching?

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    Open Talk 08-23-2015
    August 23, 2015
      Due to technical issues, there is no recording of this TalkTime session. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    • How do you know when you're ready for your demo?
    • How much coaching is necessary before doing your first demo?
    • What is the best home studio microphone in North America? (question from the UK)
    • Could you ask about air ventilation solutions and recommendations for your recording area that are quiet. I'm doing an audiobook in the summer and I'm dying here!
    • I have a question about minimizing noise floor - expanders
    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 08-16-2015
    August 16, 2015
    • What types of voices, and how many, should go on an animation demo?
    • What's the difference between an animation and video game demo?
    • Do you need an agent to get animation work?
    • What are pay-rates for this type of work?
    • Who should you use to write scripts for an animation demo?
    • What type of coach is best for animation and video game work?
    • SAG resource videos for animation voice actors.

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    TalkTime!

    What's on your mind?

    Open Talk 10-25-2015
    October 25, 2015
    • How best to reach out to local production studios?
    • Sources for workout groups?
    • I'm not new to VO, and have worked with a producer to put together a new commercial demo using work I was hired to do. I do not currently work with a coach. Is there a professional I can connect with who can give me constructive feedback on that demo?
    • Does one need ISDN, or is Source Connect enough? Does one need Source Connect Basic or can one get by using Source Connect Now?
    • Is there a peer group that is more specialized in helping with studio issues?
    • What are 3 things that are a "must have" for building my home studio?
    • Can someone talk about the national and local VO conferences? What types of sessions occur at these events?

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    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 10-18-2015
    October 18, 2015
    • How do I submit my character/video game demo to Edge Studio?
    • What type of characters should be included in a character demo?
    • Are animation, video games, anime, and character the same specialization in voice over?
    • Can you suggest tips for finding copy for animation, anime or computer games?
    • Conversation about copyright/usage of demo scripts
    • Is it okay after doing a job for a client on an online casting to ask for final audio for use as a demo?
    • Do animation/video game demos have to show a lot of range?
    • What do you suggest ... that VO actors write their own scripts?
    • Video game rate discussion
    • Where could I audition for Brazilian Portuguese animation projects? Do you know of a specific channel/site for foreign languages?
    • For mobile games, what are the options to find work? Should we go to individual developers, big conferences (as mentioned earlier), or casting agents?

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    Topic Talk - Advice for New Voice Actors 10-11-2015
    October 11, 2015
    • How far into training is it before your ready for your first demo?
    • Is it a good idea to attend VO conferences without any VO training?
    • How important is it to build a home studio? Are they used primarily for auditions? How often do VO actors walk into a studio (if they are around)?
    • Is there an online community where new/pending VO talent can go to get peer review and advice for reviewing their work, etc.?
    • Online casting sites seem to be how most new VO talents look to find work. This requires demos which are expensive. Freelance sites like Fiver.com seem to be providing an avenue for new VO talent - are you familiar with such sites and what do you think of getting started with this kind of work?
    • Do I need to move to Los Angeles or New York City for voice acting?
    • Its been suggested that I purchase a preamp and an audio interface. Any suggestions for resources to teach you how to use this equipment to improve quality of recordings?
    • Throwback to "What do I wish someone told me back when I started?..." : How to make champagne-level production on a beer budget, and just how obnoxious is too obnoxious when marketing….
    • Apart from home studio cost, what would you say an aspiring VO talent should expect to spend in training and demo costs and how long would it take on average before you can start looking for work?

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    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - Audiobooks 10-04-2015
    October 4, 2015
    • Is working with ACX the typical way to start working as a book narrator?
    • The question I have is has to do with the level of stamina and consistency needed to do audiobooks. Can someone address that?
    • What are some of the best tips for maintaining your voice in long form narration?
    • How many breaks do narrators take while recording? 10 minutes per hour? Something else?
    • What are the basic editing requirements? How long does it take to record each hour of an audiobook?
    • Given all the time and effort that goes into narrating an audio book, do you all feel that you are getting paid sufficiently?
    • Given the length of time, do most audio book narrators sit while reading? Would there be any reason to stand?
    • Basic question from a newbie - what's a pickup?
    • One thing I found that will save a lot of time for first timers on ACX is to send a sample of finished recorded audio of the book to ACX for review to make sure you meet their technical specs before going too far into your project.
    • Please explain why REAPER seems to be a preferred recorder for long form.
    • Anyone know anything about Acon Digital Restoration Suite?
    • How does a female narrator best deal with male characters in fiction audiobooks?
    • Speaking of SAG-AFTRA - to you have to be a member of the union to record audiobooks?
    • Do you guys use gating to remove breath and random noise between speaking or is that a no no?

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    Training Talk - VO Training and Demos 09-27-2015
    September 27, 2015
    • Discussion with Larry Hudson re number of coaching sessions necessary before producing a first demo.
    • Would you recommend a person go to 2 or 3 or more coaches when they think they are ready for a demo to see if all confirm the artist has the skills to make a demo that reflects their skills?
    • I had multiple coaches and used many things from each when I recorded my demo. The result was a demo that is very marketable.
    • If you have to record your demo remotely, how do you know know your local studio is good enough to record the audio?
    • If I'm unhappy with a demo (I haven't made one yet, but just to ease some anxiety) what are my options? What are the obligations of the producer/coach I've worked with to make me happy?
    • I'm fairly new and I'm finally in my first professional beginner VO class. I know it's probably all over the map, but on average how much training or how long has it taken for most folks before they feel and/or are told they're competently ready to create their demo(s)?
    • Should I include multiple genres in a single demo? If so, how do I combine multiple audio files into a single demo?
    • How long should the demo be per genre?
    • As for the demo being made in the studio, how do I determine what studio is best for making the demo(s) - what are some of the things and experience I should ask about? I'm in Denver, CO and am very new to the voiceover world.
    • Practicing Methods: 1) 30-sec. Record for 30-sec and listen back. What is good? What needs improvement? 2) Long Endurance. Record for as long as possible... up to 2 hours in a setting. See if your vocal folds can take it. 3) Cold Reading skills: get a script you've never seen before. Record it once. Listen to it objectively. Record it once again (and last time). 4) The 2-4-8 breathing exercise: inhale-hold-exhale-hold each for 2 steps then 4 then 8 then 4 then 2 and repeat.

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - E-Learning 09-20-2015
    September 20, 2015
    • How long are e-learning auditions generally?
    • How is the pacing for e-learning different than for other forms of narration?
    • E-learning editing - to what levels do I normalize? Peak vs RMS.
    • Where do you audition for e-learning jobs, other than on pay to play sites?
    • How easy is it to break into e-learning?
    • What is an Instructional Designer? What is the e-learning creation process?
    • What is the current price range for e-learning projects? What are the expected deliverables?
    • What are some of the pay-to-play sites? I'm new to the industry.
    • Has anyone used Fiverrr for VO work?
    • Has anyone used both Word2Wav and Read2Record and could they compare the best features of them?
    • What would the rate range be for freelance audio editors?
    • What are the best resources for a talent to find e-learning work?
    • What type of information should be in an e-learning demo?
    • What are the rules for using copyrighted content for demos?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Tech Talk - 09-13-2015
    September 13, 2015
    • What is a good set of headphones to start with for monitoring and editing?
    • Where I can go to find other VO folks in a smaller market such as St Louis? I will be looking for coaching pretty soon.
    • Could someone please give me some info on Source-Connect?
    • If I want to upgrade my Rode microphone, do I need to plan on a new interface devices or preamps besides the Focusrite Scarlett I am using now?
    • George Whittam previously OK'd my noise level. But, since then my desktop died and I'm switching to laptop. The noise level seems to have changed even though I'm not in the same room with the mic. What is the best way to check my own noise level and what is the appropriate level for broadcast quality?
    • What do you think of Terry Daniel coaching via Skype or phone?
    • Does anyone have experience with an MXL 770 microphone?
    • I've been using my iMac to do the recording. However, the faint fan noise is a nuisance and always needs to be edited out. Does the computer I'm using have to be a stand alone unit to avoid this?
    • Anyone rate the the Neumann TLM-103?
    • I'd like to ask about ventilation in true studios (Whisper Rooms or the like)
    • I am in the beginning stages of researching the voiceover industry. What type of mic, headphones, etc. do you recommend for a beginner for a home studio?
    • I really enjoy narrating audio books and I plan on doing that full time. I currently use a dell and a blue yeti in a small walk in closet. I plan on purchasing a booth and a Mac book pro...any mic work better with the Mac book? Should I consider a condenser?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - Commercials 08-30-2015
    August 30, 2015
    • How long should I wait to use an audition read in my demo?
    • If I get hired for a job, how do I go about asking the client for a copy of the final file for use in my demo?
    • Discussion about reaching out directly to LA-based ad agencies.
    • When doing a union project, do I approach someone different to get a copy of the work?
    • Story about Michael Schwalbe being asked to NOT use a video for a promo he did for Warner Music.
    • How do you embed a link from a YouTube video?
    • How do I best practice commercial reads?
    • What other places can a demo be sent to that would produce commercials, besides an Ad Agency and Production House?
    • Voice over marketing ideas - business cards with audio embedded.
    • What competencies should I look for in a voice over coach?
    • How many coaches should I work with? How do I know when to move on to a new coach?
    • Is it bad, or tacky to use scripts from the Edge library to make a demo for my voice over website?
    • Is there a big difference when auditioning on twisted wave using the TLM 103 mic compared to the Apogee?
    • What is the standard rate for voice over coaching?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Open Talk 08-23-2015
    August 23, 2015
      Due to technical issues, there is no recording of this TalkTime session. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    • How do you know when you're ready for your demo?
    • How much coaching is necessary before doing your first demo?
    • What is the best home studio microphone in North America? (question from the UK)
    • Could you ask about air ventilation solutions and recommendations for your recording area that are quiet. I'm doing an audiobook in the summer and I'm dying here!
    • I have a question about minimizing noise floor - expanders
    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 08-16-2015
    August 16, 2015
    • What types of voices, and how many, should go on an animation demo?
    • What's the difference between an animation and video game demo?
    • Do you need an agent to get animation work?
    • What are pay-rates for this type of work?
    • Who should you use to write scripts for an animation demo?
    • What type of coach is best for animation and video game work?
    • SAG resource videos for animation voice actors.

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]

    TalkTime!

    What's on your mind?

    Open Talk 10-25-2015
    October 25, 2015
    • How best to reach out to local production studios?
    • Sources for workout groups?
    • I'm not new to VO, and have worked with a producer to put together a new commercial demo using work I was hired to do. I do not currently work with a coach. Is there a professional I can connect with who can give me constructive feedback on that demo?
    • Does one need ISDN, or is Source Connect enough? Does one need Source Connect Basic or can one get by using Source Connect Now?
    • Is there a peer group that is more specialized in helping with studio issues?
    • What are 3 things that are a "must have" for building my home studio?
    • Can someone talk about the national and local VO conferences? What types of sessions occur at these events?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 10-18-2015
    October 18, 2015
    • How do I submit my character/video game demo to Edge Studio?
    • What type of characters should be included in a character demo?
    • Are animation, video games, anime, and character the same specialization in voice over?
    • Can you suggest tips for finding copy for animation, anime or computer games?
    • Conversation about copyright/usage of demo scripts
    • Is it okay after doing a job for a client on an online casting to ask for final audio for use as a demo?
    • Do animation/video game demos have to show a lot of range?
    • What do you suggest ... that VO actors write their own scripts?
    • Video game rate discussion
    • Where could I audition for Brazilian Portuguese animation projects? Do you know of a specific channel/site for foreign languages?
    • For mobile games, what are the options to find work? Should we go to individual developers, big conferences (as mentioned earlier), or casting agents?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Topic Talk - Advice for New Voice Actors 10-11-2015
    October 11, 2015
    • How far into training is it before your ready for your first demo?
    • Is it a good idea to attend VO conferences without any VO training?
    • How important is it to build a home studio? Are they used primarily for auditions? How often do VO actors walk into a studio (if they are around)?
    • Is there an online community where new/pending VO talent can go to get peer review and advice for reviewing their work, etc.?
    • Online casting sites seem to be how most new VO talents look to find work. This requires demos which are expensive. Freelance sites like Fiver.com seem to be providing an avenue for new VO talent - are you familiar with such sites and what do you think of getting started with this kind of work?
    • Do I need to move to Los Angeles or New York City for voice acting?
    • Its been suggested that I purchase a preamp and an audio interface. Any suggestions for resources to teach you how to use this equipment to improve quality of recordings?
    • Throwback to "What do I wish someone told me back when I started?..." : How to make champagne-level production on a beer budget, and just how obnoxious is too obnoxious when marketing….
    • Apart from home studio cost, what would you say an aspiring VO talent should expect to spend in training and demo costs and how long would it take on average before you can start looking for work?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - Audiobooks 10-04-2015
    October 4, 2015
    • Is working with ACX the typical way to start working as a book narrator?
    • The question I have is has to do with the level of stamina and consistency needed to do audiobooks. Can someone address that?
    • What are some of the best tips for maintaining your voice in long form narration?
    • How many breaks do narrators take while recording? 10 minutes per hour? Something else?
    • What are the basic editing requirements? How long does it take to record each hour of an audiobook?
    • Given all the time and effort that goes into narrating an audio book, do you all feel that you are getting paid sufficiently?
    • Given the length of time, do most audio book narrators sit while reading? Would there be any reason to stand?
    • Basic question from a newbie - what's a pickup?
    • One thing I found that will save a lot of time for first timers on ACX is to send a sample of finished recorded audio of the book to ACX for review to make sure you meet their technical specs before going too far into your project.
    • Please explain why REAPER seems to be a preferred recorder for long form.
    • Anyone know anything about Acon Digital Restoration Suite?
    • How does a female narrator best deal with male characters in fiction audiobooks?
    • Speaking of SAG-AFTRA - to you have to be a member of the union to record audiobooks?
    • Do you guys use gating to remove breath and random noise between speaking or is that a no no?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Training Talk - VO Training and Demos 09-27-2015
    September 27, 2015
    • Discussion with Larry Hudson re number of coaching sessions necessary before producing a first demo.
    • Would you recommend a person go to 2 or 3 or more coaches when they think they are ready for a demo to see if all confirm the artist has the skills to make a demo that reflects their skills?
    • I had multiple coaches and used many things from each when I recorded my demo. The result was a demo that is very marketable.
    • If you have to record your demo remotely, how do you know know your local studio is good enough to record the audio?
    • If I'm unhappy with a demo (I haven't made one yet, but just to ease some anxiety) what are my options? What are the obligations of the producer/coach I've worked with to make me happy?
    • I'm fairly new and I'm finally in my first professional beginner VO class. I know it's probably all over the map, but on average how much training or how long has it taken for most folks before they feel and/or are told they're competently ready to create their demo(s)?
    • Should I include multiple genres in a single demo? If so, how do I combine multiple audio files into a single demo?
    • How long should the demo be per genre?
    • As for the demo being made in the studio, how do I determine what studio is best for making the demo(s) - what are some of the things and experience I should ask about? I'm in Denver, CO and am very new to the voiceover world.
    • Practicing Methods: 1) 30-sec. Record for 30-sec and listen back. What is good? What needs improvement? 2) Long Endurance. Record for as long as possible... up to 2 hours in a setting. See if your vocal folds can take it. 3) Cold Reading skills: get a script you've never seen before. Record it once. Listen to it objectively. Record it once again (and last time). 4) The 2-4-8 breathing exercise: inhale-hold-exhale-hold each for 2 steps then 4 then 8 then 4 then 2 and repeat.

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - E-Learning 09-20-2015
    September 20, 2015
    • How long are e-learning auditions generally?
    • How is the pacing for e-learning different than for other forms of narration?
    • E-learning editing - to what levels do I normalize? Peak vs RMS.
    • Where do you audition for e-learning jobs, other than on pay to play sites?
    • How easy is it to break into e-learning?
    • What is an Instructional Designer? What is the e-learning creation process?
    • What is the current price range for e-learning projects? What are the expected deliverables?
    • What are some of the pay-to-play sites? I'm new to the industry.
    • Has anyone used Fiverrr for VO work?
    • Has anyone used both Word2Wav and Read2Record and could they compare the best features of them?
    • What would the rate range be for freelance audio editors?
    • What are the best resources for a talent to find e-learning work?
    • What type of information should be in an e-learning demo?
    • What are the rules for using copyrighted content for demos?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Tech Talk - 09-13-2015
    September 13, 2015
    • What is a good set of headphones to start with for monitoring and editing?
    • Where I can go to find other VO folks in a smaller market such as St Louis? I will be looking for coaching pretty soon.
    • Could someone please give me some info on Source-Connect?
    • If I want to upgrade my Rode microphone, do I need to plan on a new interface devices or preamps besides the Focusrite Scarlett I am using now?
    • George Whittam previously OK'd my noise level. But, since then my desktop died and I'm switching to laptop. The noise level seems to have changed even though I'm not in the same room with the mic. What is the best way to check my own noise level and what is the appropriate level for broadcast quality?
    • What do you think of Terry Daniel coaching via Skype or phone?
    • Does anyone have experience with an MXL 770 microphone?
    • I've been using my iMac to do the recording. However, the faint fan noise is a nuisance and always needs to be edited out. Does the computer I'm using have to be a stand alone unit to avoid this?
    • Anyone rate the the Neumann TLM-103?
    • I'd like to ask about ventilation in true studios (Whisper Rooms or the like)
    • I am in the beginning stages of researching the voiceover industry. What type of mic, headphones, etc. do you recommend for a beginner for a home studio?
    • I really enjoy narrating audio books and I plan on doing that full time. I currently use a dell and a blue yeti in a small walk in closet. I plan on purchasing a booth and a Mac book pro...any mic work better with the Mac book? Should I consider a condenser?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Genre Talk - Commercials 08-30-2015
    August 30, 2015
    • How long should I wait to use an audition read in my demo?
    • If I get hired for a job, how do I go about asking the client for a copy of the final file for use in my demo?
    • Discussion about reaching out directly to LA-based ad agencies.
    • When doing a union project, do I approach someone different to get a copy of the work?
    • Story about Michael Schwalbe being asked to NOT use a video for a promo he did for Warner Music.
    • How do you embed a link from a YouTube video?
    • How do I best practice commercial reads?
    • What other places can a demo be sent to that would produce commercials, besides an Ad Agency and Production House?
    • Voice over marketing ideas - business cards with audio embedded.
    • What competencies should I look for in a voice over coach?
    • How many coaches should I work with? How do I know when to move on to a new coach?
    • Is it bad, or tacky to use scripts from the Edge library to make a demo for my voice over website?
    • Is there a big difference when auditioning on twisted wave using the TLM 103 mic compared to the Apogee?
    • What is the standard rate for voice over coaching?

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]
    Open Talk 08-23-2015
    August 23, 2015
      Due to technical issues, there is no recording of this TalkTime session. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    • How do you know when you're ready for your demo?
    • How much coaching is necessary before doing your first demo?
    • What is the best home studio microphone in North America? (question from the UK)
    • Could you ask about air ventilation solutions and recommendations for your recording area that are quiet. I'm doing an audiobook in the summer and I'm dying here!
    • I have a question about minimizing noise floor - expanders
    Genre Talk - Animation & Video Games 08-16-2015
    August 16, 2015
    • What types of voices, and how many, should go on an animation demo?
    • What's the difference between an animation and video game demo?
    • Do you need an agent to get animation work?
    • What are pay-rates for this type of work?
    • Who should you use to write scripts for an animation demo?
    • What type of coach is best for animation and video game work?
    • SAG resource videos for animation voice actors.

    You may need: Adobe Flash Player.

    Click here to download. [Right click (PC) or control click (MAC)]

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