By Stephanie Ciccarelli
December 5, 2006
If we were to run a tele-class, would you dial in?
To be quite honest, we've been thinking about this for a long time and the demand for us to host a tele-class (or series of classes) continues to grow more and more enthusiastic.
Would you be interested in attending a Voices.com tele-class?
To start out, we would entertain the topic of how to interpret voice over copy and bring originality to your performances, touching on several techniques to help bring out vocal nuances within the copy and to help define your personal voice over style.
Many teachers across the continent are broadcasting their classes over the telephone, so there must be something to it :)
Providing this tele-class would be like bridging the north, south, east, and west of voiceover.
Sounds pretty nifty, doesn't it?
If you think this would be a great idea (and also one that you would enjoy participating in), you are invited to leave a comment for us on the blog to convey your interest.
P.S. If you've attended a tele-class, share your thoughts about how effective you thought the tele-class was. Your feedback is valued and welcomed.Related Topics: broadcasting, how to
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