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How To Hire Voice-over Talent Using Voices.com's iPhone App

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By Ashley Davidson

May 3, 2012

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Karen DeBoer listing, Voices.com iPhone appThe Voices.com iPhone app is mere days away from being released!

We've created a video to show you more of what the app can do.

Take a sneak peek at what the app can do from the perspective of someone searching for voice-over talent in today's VOX Daily.

Introducing The Voices.com App For iPhone!

Voices.com's highly rated iPhone App is perfect for audio producers, video producers, advertisers and marketers to easily connect with voice-over talent. And, it all starts with a search!

You can search for voice talent by gender, language, age range or area of expertise. Listen to voice samples, then tap into the profile to see the voice talent's bio including their highlights, experience, studio details and more.

Watch this video to find out how you can search and hire voice-over talent using the Voices.com iPhone App!

If you like what you see, just tap "Request a Quote" on the voice talent's profile. Describe your project, paste in a sample script, then set your budget and deadline. You are able to review auditions then compare proposals, demos and price quotes to get your job done.

Try these features for yourself by downloading the Voices.com iPhone app for free starting May 7, 2012 in the Apple App Store.

To download the app click the following link:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/voices.com/id493554377?ls=1&mt=8

Click for more information on the Voices.com iPhone App.

Are You Getting Excited Yet?

We'd love to hear your thoughts! Be sure to comment below.

The Voices.com Team

Related Topics: advertisers, Apple, audio producers, how to, iPhone, iPhone app, marketers, talent, video producers, voiceover, Voices.com, YouTube


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    Looks good!

    Will all the voice talents be listed on this new app or does the voice talent have to have a certain type of membership with Voices.com to appear in the searches?

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