By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 7, 2006
Want to know what's going on this month in Voice Acting 101?
November 4-5, N.Y. - The Audiobook Master Event (Pat Fraley)
November 11, L.A. - The Ned Lott ADR/Looping Event (Pat Fraley)
November 11, Dallas - Voice Acting Techniques (Bettye Zoller)
November 18, San Francisco - Marketing Wizardry (Elaine Clark with David Menashe and J.S. Gilbert.)
November 18 and 19, L.A. - Game World Event: Voicing Games and Working the Market (Pat Fraley)
About the Instructors
Patrick Fraley has created the voices for over 4,000 characters, placing him among the top ten performers of all time to be cast in animated programs. He has taught voice over for 30 years and holds his workshops in L.A., San Francisco, and New York. His is the only character voice curriculum ever to be accredited at the university level. He holds an MFA degree in Acting from Cornell University, and is a member of the Voice and Speech Trainers of America.
Contact Bettye Zoller, instructor, by phone or email or enroll in the store on her website. A deposit of $100 holds your place with balance of $125 due at the workshop. Small group. Learn techniques of voicing a wide variety of voiceover projects used today. Hands-on copyreading practice solo and ensembles... Learn what today's CD voiceover demo should be and much more. Includes catered continental breakfast and delicious lunch! Ten a.m. to four p.m.
Elaine Clark is an award winning actor, director, producer, certified teacher, playwright and the author of the quintessential voice-over book, There's Money Where Your Mouth Is, in addition to being the owner/founder of Voice One. As an actor, she is a member of SAG and AFTRA, having performed in hundreds of voice-over and on-camera commercials, industrial narrations, video games, cartoons, film and made for television movies. She also serves as an audio engineer, casting director, and multimedia & anime director.Related Topics: AFTRA, cartoons, Dallas, New York, San Francisco, videogames
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