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Loads of Room for Your Voice Demos at Voices.com!

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

October 26, 2006

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Need help uploading audio to your Voices.com Studio? Follow this step-by-step tutorial and learn how to upload, tag, and feature your demos.

How do I upload or add a demo to my Voices.com Studio?

Your voice-over demo is the single most important element of your personal website. To get started, here's a quick refresher on how to upload a demo.

Step 1: Record and save your voice-over demo on your personal computer as an MP3 file. If you haven't recorded a demo yet, click here to download the free PDF guide on how to make a voice-over demo.

Step 2: Login, and visit the Studio. Click on the "New" icon to add a new demo. Browse your hard drive and choose a voice-over demo that you want to feature from your personal computer.

Step 3: Choose 'audio' as the file type. After that, assign your demo to an appropriate demo category using the handy drop down list provided for you.

Step 4: Add a descriptive title that best reflects the nature of your demo, i.e. Commercials, Real Estate Listings, Telephone Prompts, and so on.

Step 5: Spice up your search results with some keywords in your Tags box! This is your opportunity to really promote your vocal performance on a demo-specific basis. Type in adjectives, separated by commas for best results.

*** Check the box that says "Feature this Demo" to feature it in the Featured Talent Categories ***

Step 6: Click on the "Save and Upload" button. Your voice-over demo will now appear in your Studio as well as on your Voices.com website.

Now you're done!

Best,

Stephanie

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