Voice Acting

Entries from Vox Daily tagged with 'Voice Acting'

Where Does Your Voice Naturally Shine?

In the wonderful world of voice, there is such a thing as a vocal comfort zone. Classically trained vocalists understand this to be the optimal collection of notes falling within their tessitura, an Italian term that describes a singer's most...

Finding Free Voice-Over Resources Quickly Online

Are you looking for voice-over resources that you can locate quickly and access at low or no cost? This edition of Vox Daily contains links to gems you won't want to miss, highlighting educational aids, both old and new, to...

Do You Dread Public Speaking? Try These Exercises!

From what I've heard, the fear of public speaking is rampant, and is even more of a frightful thing for most people than death itself! Where do you stand on public speaking? Does it come easily to you or would...

Raise Your Recording Studio Fashion with VOXTees

Do you have any t-shirts that let people know you're a voice actor? Bilingual voice over artist, Luis Garcia, launched a new website where you can find a variety of cozy t-shirts to record in and other accessories to complement...

Do You Know Where to Find Children's Voice Acting Jobs?

Do you have children who love acting? How about singing? Recently, a flurry of advantageous opportunities were posted for child voice actors, tweens in particular, to audition for through the Voices.com website. Could there be an opportunity here for your...

How To Sound Like a Pterodactyl

Are you a fan of trying new things with your voice? At VO Atlanta 2014 during Bob Bergen's keynote, attendees learned how to create a number of interesting animal sounds including how to bark like a dog, sounding like a...

Deborah Sale-Butler: Fake It Till You Make It

Have you ever wondered how some of the faces that appear on the Recently Hired keep making the list? You've likely seen Deborah Sale-Butler on that list many times. How does she do it? She has taken her years of...

Recording Artists Are Storytellers

When does a story truly begin to be told? Xavier Paul shares his perspective regarding how stories can be told and realities created using only the human voice when voice artists realize the author's intent using clues supplied in the...

Tips For Researching And Developing Characters

A short time ago we took a look at how you can differentiate between characters in a script when reading an audiobook or multi-character project. In today's VOX Daily, guest blogger John McLain offers his perspective on how you can...

13 Things NOT To Do In Your Audition

Are your auditions really putting your best foot forward? Do you wonder if something you may be doing could be holding you back from getting the gig? Deb Munro shares 13 things to avoid when auditioning whether in person or...

How To Keep Characters Straight When Reading Multiple Roles

When you're reading for a project that involves multiple voices and drastically different characterizations, how do you keep all of those voices straight while maintaining a steady read as each word dances off the page? Hear about several techniques that...

Little Known Facts About E.T.'s Voice

Any movie buffs out there? Recently I heard some interesting facts about the voice artist who recorded the voice of E.T. in Steven Spielberg's film E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982). Who provided the voice? Why'd they get chosen? How much...

Do Voice Talent Retire?

Have you ever considered retirement and what that might look like for a professional voice talent? Most people retire from their labors after a certain amount of time, and although this isn't as common for creative types, it is worth...

How Do You Talk About Voiceovers?

The Art of the Voiceover: MyFoxTWINCITIES.com Voice talent and coach Terry Daniel recently had the opportunity to share some wisdom and practical knowledge on a television interview about entering the business of voice overs. How do you explain what your...

How To Soundproof Your Home Recording Studio

Not sure about your where your studio stands in terms of soundproofing? From time to time, we'll receive emails from members who are concerned with the quality of their recordings due to noise, echoes or slap-back. Today's VOX Daily will...

Mario Teaches Typing 1992

Do you remember this computer game from 1992? While the video plays for about 10 minutes, it will only take a matter of seconds for you to be flooded with Mario Bros. memories and feel the nostalgia. Why am...

Making Your Voices.com Profile More Marketable

Do you know how your Voices.com profile appears to prospective clients? You'd be surprised by how many talent add content to their profile and don't take a look at how the information displays on the site. If you're one...

Why Reading Dr. Seuss is Harder Than You Think

Sometimes the simplest texts are the most profound (and challenging)! If you've ever read a book by Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss), you know just how much of a vocal workout his books can be when read aloud. Running the gamut...

3 Tips for Creating Your Own Buzz

Have you ever wondered what publicists do exactly? When you're freelancing, hiring a public relations firm or a publicist may not be the most feasible option for obtaining media attention so managing your public image falls into your own hands....

How To Create Voices Without Audio References

What do you do when you need to voice a historical figure but there are no known recordings of their voice to reference? 1877 marked the first audio recording, therefore persons of note at or before that time were likely...


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