By Stephanie Ciccarelli
February 21, 2006
It's always good to have a circle of friends who understand your career. Thank you for reading our feature on voice acting support groups. Let's explore this a bit further, shall we :)
Voice Actor Support Groups
You can network with other voice actors to glean information and feedback from each other in person, through Internet chat groups, or by posting on voice acting support forums.
One such group online is VoiceOverTimes, a community of professional and aspiring voice actors that chat with each other about vocal technique, recording equipment, job opportunities, and more. These social networking services are nearly always free!
One of the most fulfilling aspects of joining a peer support group is that you can share experiences with fellow voice actors, learn at your own pace, and if you're in a position to do so, give insight to other voice actors.
Thus endeth the lesson!
A word to the wise... An ambitious voice actor will take advantage of all three voice acting instruction tools: studying privately with a voice acting coach, attending seminars or teleclasses, and playing an active role in a voice actors support forum.
See you tomorrow for our next feature!
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