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Ideas for Getting Started in Voiceovers

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

January 3, 2006

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Ever wondered how to get started in voiceovers? We are asked that question quite a bit, so I thought I would cover this one in our blog.

Aspiring talent can find a wealth of resources and guidance at Voices.com. Our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section provides solutions to nearly every "getting started" voice-over question and the resources section has an abundance of business templates and strategies for you to discover.

Here's a short list of ideas:

  • Visit the websites of professional voice talents
  • Listen to their demos to get an understanding of what is expected
  • Consult a voice-over coach and consider taking lessons
  • Record a brief sample of your voice / voice-over demo
  • Interview a professional to see what their career is like
  • Look into building a home recording studio

It's free to register as a Guest talent member at Voices.com to gain immediate access to voice-over resources, career tools, and giveaways.

For more detailed information and a helping hand right away, visit the FAQ section at Voices.com.

Best wishes,

Stephanie

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