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Does Practice Make Perfect? 4 Steps You'll Want to Follow!

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

July 13, 2016

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'Does Practice Make Perfect? 4 Steps You'll Want to Follow' - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. Children's soccer team playing a game on the field.

Are you exercising enough?

You might think I am referring to going to the gym, but I assure you, there's no treadmill, weights, or rowing machine here! The regimen of which I speak has more to do with exercising your acting skills than anything else.

For many actors, creating characters, going to improv classes, reading copy, and auditioning is all part of a healthy, consistent workout.

Discover things you can do to make rehearsing and honing your skills a regular part of your life and professional development in today's Vox Daily.


 

Be Our Guest! Unless You Can't Make It - How to Record as if Your Co-Stars Are in the Room

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By Amber O'Neill

July 8, 2016

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Be Our Guest! Unless You Can't Make It - How to Record as if Your Co-Stars are in the Room - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent.Recording artist/engineer in studio looking at wave forms on their computer monitor.

Are you excited for this reboot of Beauty and the Beast?

With feature films incorporating CGI more and more to allow for inclusion of anthropomorphic characters alongside flesh and blood actors on-screen, it was only a matter of time before Beauty and the Beast jumped onto the big screen, retelling the classic tale with a new twist.

Sometimes these new twists include working arrangements! Curious to learn more? You're invited to be our guest from wherever you are for today's Vox Daily.


 

Want to Create Sound? Check out some Foley in Zootopia!

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

July 5, 2016

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'Want to create sound? Check out some Foley in Zootopia!' - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. Male Foley artist standing in a sand box-like structure. The microphone is pointed down at his feet. He has running shoes on.

Ever tried to recreate sound?

If you've tried your hand (literally) at Foley, you know what I mean!

Wired.com did a segment that took its viewers into the Skywalker Sound foley studio to design sound in a scene from Zootopia. Curious to learn more?

Check out the video in today's Vox Daily!


 

New Features! File Management Made Easier at Voices.com

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 23, 2016

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'New Features! File Management Made Easier at Voices.com' - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent.

Do you work on projects at Voices.com that have multiple file uploads?

Wish you could just drag and drop a file instead of searching to attach it?

Maybe file size has presented as a problem for you. Well, guess what? Good news is on its way!

Whatever your challenge file management wise delivering completed work through Voices.com, we've just developed new functionality to help ease your pain.

Find out more in today's Vox Daily.


 

3 Common (Yet Avoidable) Audio Editing Oversights

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 22, 2016

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'3 Common (Yet Avoidable) Audio Editing Oversights' - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. Audio recording engineering mixing board.

How much do you care about pristine audio?

If you don't care much, let me assure you that those on the receiving end of your recordings do. That said, paying attention to the little things and making corrections before submitting auditions can make a big difference!

Instantly improve the quality of your auditions by applying these three solutions in today's Vox Daily.


 

Is the Role Right for You? 6 Ways to Know.

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By Amber O'Neill

June 20, 2016

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How do you choose the auditions you submit for?

Explore 6 ways to know in today's Vox Daily!


 

Want to Get Noticed? 3 Tips for Featuring Your Vocal Talent

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 15, 2016

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'Want More Voice-Over Jobs? 3 Tips for Featuring Your Talent' - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. Actor looking into the audience with spotlights on him. His back is facing the camera.

Wondering what you need to do for people to notice your voice?

If you're great at auditioning but not nearly as savvy with describing and promoting your abilities, this article is for you!

In today's Vox Daily, get the inside scoop on three things you can do to help people better understand your gifts and how they can put them to use.


 

5 Ways to Maximize Your Voice Acting Auditions

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 14, 2016

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'5 Ways to Maximize Your Voice Acting Auditions' - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. 5 Clocks showing different times lined up in a row. Productivity theme.

Are you getting the most out of the auditions you do?

What if you could put 5 tips into practice that dramatically impact your ability to capitalize on voice-over opportunities?

Guest blogger Mike Tobin shares his thoughts and encourages you to get the job done in today's Vox Daily.


 

What's the #1 Secret Ingredient for Box Office Success?

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 25, 2016

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What's the #1 Secret Ingredient for Box Office Success? - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. Man walking on a dock with his son toward a group of people fishing off the end of the dock. The sun is setting and the scene is hopeful.<br />

What films gross the most at the box office?

Is there a formula or pattern that screenwriters can follow?

Discover what makes for storytelling that more people will pay to see in today's Vox Daily.


 

How To Use Storytelling to Make Science More Accessible

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 11, 2016

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#scicomm - How To Use Storytelling to Make Science More Accessible - Voices.com #1 Voice Over Marketplace for Voice Talent. Two female scientists and one male scientist. The first female scientist is looking into a microscope. The second female scientist is holding a beaker filled with liquid and the male scientist, wearing dark rimmed glasses is evaluating a project.

Can scientists use story to communicate more effectively?

Using language filled to the brim with industry jargon can result in smaller audiences and a steeper learning curve. That's why there are people in the scientific community who are trying to make what they have to say easier to understand.

Are you fighting the accessible language battle, like many #scicomm folks are?

Hear how you can make science (or your own business jargon) easier to understand *and more engaging* through story in today's Vox Daily.