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How To Audition On The Voices.com iPhone App


By Ashley Davidson

May 9, 2012

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Need a voice? There's an app for that and people are using it to either find a voice talent or audition for work!

Once a voice talent downloads the Voices.com app to their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, auditioning on the go is as easy as pie.

Check out this tutorial on how to audition using the Voices.com iPhone App!

How to Audition on the Voices.com iPhone App

Here are step by step directions for how to use the Voices.com iPhone app to audition while you are on the go!

๏ Log In to your account using your username and password.
๏ Tap on "Jobs" tab, located at the bottom of your screen.
๏ Scroll through "Open" jobs, then tap on the job you want to audition for.
๏ Read the job description for the project requirements, script, budget range and deadline. If this project interests you, tap on "Reply to Job."
๏ Once you have clicked on "Reply To Job," you will land on the audition page to submit your proposal, quote, and audition demo.
๏ You can send either an MP3 demo that you have already uploaded to your Voices.com profile or record an audition directly from your iPhone using the record feature on the app.
๏ If you want to record your audition using the app, tap on the red record button. This will bring you to another screen where you can record the sample script provided by the client.
๏ When you have finished recording, simply upload the recording to the job posting.
๏ Tap on Submit and you're done!

Cool Voices.com App Stories

We've heard from talent who have used the Voices.com app:

๏ In the Tim Hortons drive thru
๏ After dropping kids off at school
๏ While shopping at the grocery store

Where To Get The Voices.com iPhone App

To download the Voices.com iPhone App click on the following link:

For more information about the Voices.com iPhone App visit, https://www.voices.com/iphone

Got A Story Of Your Own?

If you've been using the Voices.com app, whereabouts have you been auditioning? We'd love to hear from you!

Best wishes,

Stephanie and the Voices.com Team

Related Topics: actors, app, Apple, audition, how to, iPad, iPhone, narrators, voice talent, voiceover, Voices.com


    I thought potential clients judged not only your performance, but your sound quality as well. If your submission is recoded on an I-phone does that put you at a disadvantage when competing with talents recording their auditions with a U87 in a whisper room?

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    • Robert Leach
    • May 10, 2012 11:44 AM

      I have used it!!! So far so good!!

      Posted by:

        It's fantastic. Waiting for the bus, checking jobs, aha, one that I can use a profile demo for, posted and done. Now for some Angry Birds. Too cool.

        Posted by:

          I've been reading the auditions off the app and recording them in studio... it's cut down my paper use by a TON! It's super handy!

          Posted by:

            iPad and phone app for voices.com access = super.

            As for the "from Phone or iPad" recording of an audition - I think time will show that function more effective in the "returning business" area when clients already know sound and quality of a final file from auditioner. Then they just want to hear "the read".

            "First contact" with new customers still needs best foot forward for all but the visionaries, creatives, who have facilities and staff to make the desired performance the quality they desire for the end product.

            Posted by:
            • Frank Baum
            • May 18, 2012 2:28 PM

              That's great...but how about some love for those of us who are Android users?

              Posted by:
              • Jen Harvey
              • May 29, 2012 1:48 PM

                Hi Jen,

                Thank you for commenting. I hear you on the Android app. We will certainly be releasing an app for Android after we have released our app for iPad. Our development team expects that the app will be released sometime within the year. I hope that is of some reassurance to you :)



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