By Stephanie Ciccarelli
June 29, 2006
Audit a class for free this July at the "Cashman Cache of Voice Acting Techniques"
I'm pleased to share a resource that was just brought to my attention, coordinated and taught by Marc Cashman called "The Cashman Cache of Voice Acting Techniques".
Marc is encouraging anyone who is thinking about investing their time and money in a voice acting course to come and audit a class for free. Guests are given the opportunity to explore the facility in Burbank, California, and review some of the course content while getting acquainted with Marc's teaching style.
Extra copies of scripts are distributed so that guests can follow along, as well as additional copies of handouts.
The "Cashman Cache" can accommodate up to three guests per class, and the available dates are:
July 1st, July 8th or July 15th from 10AM-1PM.
If you'd like to attend, contact Marc to reserve a seat, and he'll send you directions to the studio.
The "Cashman Cache" Beginner course gives you the tools you need to:
--Analyze any script in minutes
--Direct yourself effectively
--Determine appropriate delivery in any copy
--Effectively "work" a microphone
--Perform consistently on each and every "take" and more
* Including the "Cashman Cache" V-O Report Card! *
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