By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 19, 2010
Have you heard of the new iPhone app, iAudition?
Designed by voice over artists for voice over artists, iAudition enables you to cut audio files on the go to send to your agent, casting directors and more!
There's a cool way that iAudition can be used in conjunction with your membership at Voices.com.
Learn more in today's VOX Daily.
iAudition, an app released in iTunes on October 31, 2010, was made by voiceover artists for voiceover artists. I had a very exciting phone call with the creators and developers of iAudition and learned more about why they developed iAudition and also about how the app may evolve in the future.
The voice talents who developed iAudition are Marc Aflalo of Montreal, Canada and Mitchell Whitfield of Los Angeles, USA. Despite living on opposite ends of the continent, and in different countries, these two entrepreneurs were able to collaborate on something unique that would serve voice professionals, in particular, voice actors and make it available online for download.
Recording is very easy and you can even edit files too.
For those of you who use Voices.com, you can use iAudition to record your audition from anywhere! When you're done recording, simply email the audition to yourself. Once you get back to your computer, you can upload the file from your desktop when auditioning online via the marketplace.
If you're interested in learning more about iAudition, both Marc and Mitchell will be joining me on a live webinar on November 24, 2010 at 1 p.m. EST to 2 p.m. EST.
Listen to the audio recording from the iAudition webinar now!
I hope you can make it!
StephanieRelated Topics: apps, iAudition, iPhone, iTunes, Los Angeles, mobile auditioning, talent, voice overs
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