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Ask The Voice Cat

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

November 6, 2006

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We're pleased to announce a new blog in the Voices.com blog network, "Ask the Voice Cat", authored by professional voice coach Marc Cashman. If you've got voice questions, just send them to the Voice Cat himself!

We recently created a new blog to help answer all of your getting started in voiceover and voice related questions.

Ask the Voice Cat, written by Marc Cashman, is a blog dedicated to sharing industry knowledge as only the great voice coaches know how.

Want to know more about the Voice Cat?

Marc Cashman creates and produces copy and music advertising for radio and television. Winner of over 150 advertising awards, he also instructs voice acting of all levels through his classes, The Cashman Cache of Voice-Acting Techniques in Los Angeles, CA.

Well ladies and gentlemen, you've got a class act ready to take your questions!

To get answers to your questions, write to Marc Cashman and he'll post your question along with his answer on the Ask the Voice Cat blog.

Related Topics: awards, industry, Los Angeles, radio


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    I am new to this and I would like to know what is the best way to get started? I have a home studio so the recording and mixing is taken care of but how do I get the background music and scripts so I can post my voice samples on the website. I'm new but I really want to do this.

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    • JD
    • November 6, 2006 6:34 PM

      Hi JD,

      Thank you for your comment and questions!

      You can find some royalty-free music samples here at Voices.com as well as scripts.

      If you're interested in a collection of voice over scripts, we have a package available that includes over 50 original scripts for a variety of applications such as commercials for broadcast, telephone voice overs, and narration scripts.

      Here's a link to the script collection:

      http://www.voices.com/voice-over-scripts.htm

      You can find some music samples and sound effects here:

      http://www.voices.com/resources/talents/music-and-sound-effects.html

      If we can be of more assistance, please let me know.

      Have a great day,

      Stephanie

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