By Ashley Davidson
April 27, 2012
Do you ever find yourself missing great auditioning opportunities because you are away from your home recording studio?
Sometimes, everyday life prevents you from being at your home recording studio when that perfect voiceover job comes in.
With the launch of the new Voices.com iPhone App, submitting auditions have never been easier. You will have the ability to audition as soon as the job comes through, right from your iPhone, wherever you happen to be!
Where is the weirdest place you've ever had to record an audition from? Share your story as a comment and join the conversation.
I recently asked our Facebook community where the weirdest place was that they've ever recorded an audition. See what people have said and how they were able to rise to the occasion!
Dave Pettitt Voice Over - ISDN Studio said, "In the passenger seat of my truck in a State park."
Voice over talent Ja-Len Jones recorded in a subway station!
Hayden Neeley had to prepare a recording environment on the fly, creating under "a makeshift studio of blankets draped over a loft/bunkbed...and that was for the actual recording!"
Mark Ewart shared, "Under the duvet in my hotel room. Worked well until housekeeping decided to check the mini bar!....took some explaining. And in the trunk of my Volvo."
Matilda Novak has recorded auditions from her walk-in closet.
Hannibal Brown recorded an audition in a closet with his digital microphone and a net book. Days later the customer approved his voice and asked where the recording had been made because of how well it sounded.
Anderson Mark - Inside a rental car with a blanket around me far away from home!
Share your story!
To download the app click the following link:
For more information on the Voices.com iPhone App visit, https://www.voices.com/iphone
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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