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Tips for Auditioning In Your Home Studio

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

November 21, 2007

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Marc Cashman LogoAre your auditions up to snuff?

Marc Cashman holds nothing back as he tells it like it is in his newest Voice Over Experts episode "Auditioning In Your Home Studio".

Learn how to avoid mediocrity, senseless rejection and prevent being perceived as an idiot by listening to this how-to podcast, hot off the RSS.

As I was mentioning earlier, this podcast by Marc Cashman is a must listen to and even if you think you don't need the pointers, is a hilarious piece to consume.

Some of you may know Marc as the Voice Cat on the blog Ask the Voice Cat. This podcast has a written component on his blog.

I'd love to hear your thoughts and I'm positive that Marc would too!

Looking forward to your comments,

Stephanie

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    Thanks Marc for that insightful Podcast! Even in my position as Customer Care Manager I've learned a few helpful tips and it's also great to know that many of the suggestions have been mentioned before in emails sent to members here at Voices.com.

    I hope that all voice over talent listen to this Podcast and work in implementing many of the suggestions and tips in their daily auditioning routines.

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      Stephanie:

      What a great service we get for our money! That (and basically all of them) was outstanding. Thanks for the time, effort and love you give to all of us.

      And thanks to people like Marc, Connie, and all the pros who give us their expertise and time to help us grow.


      Cookie :)

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        Wow! What great insight!! All wonderful, except I beg to differ with one part... the part about having 'no voice director' when performing from home. I actually have thousands of voices directing me in my head, sometimes they even give me a note before I open up my mouth! ;-o

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