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Getting Paid to Talk

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

October 27, 2007

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Live in and around New Hartford and want to get into voice acting?

Try out this introductory class "Getting Paid to Talk" on November 5th, 2007 taught by our friends at VoiceCoaches.com.

Voice Coaches

Remember reading about the team from Voice Coaches?

I just caught wind of a voice acting course being taught by John from Voice Coaches via the Community News for Oneida County on UticaOD.com. œGetting Paid to Talk is an adult education class taught by the voice acting professionals from Voice Coaches, an industry leader in voice acting training.

The class lasts two and a half hours, a non-credit course, during which students will learn what it takes to become a professional voice actor including the basics of getting started, all the way through working in the studio, recording a demo, and landing jobs.

Class attendees will have an opportunity to record a mock commercial under the direction of a producer. The class is taught by instructor John Gallogly, Senior Creative Director for Voice Coaches.

Want to know more? Details Please!:

What: Introduction to Voice Acting Class "Getting Paid to Talk"
Instructor: VoiceCoaches.com Senior Creative Director, John Gallogly
When: Monday November 5, 2007 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: BOCES Consortium of Continuing Education on Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
Contact: For information or to register, call 315-793-8696

If you get to the lecture, be sure to let us know what you thought by leaving a comment here on the blog!



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