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Pat Fraley's Keynote at VoiceWorld Toronto

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 22, 2013

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Are you planning on going to VoiceWorld Toronto?

In today's VOX Daily, you'll be treated to a short six-minute lesson from performer, voice acting teacher and VoiceWorld Toronto keynote speaker, Pat Fraley.

This lesson is a taste of Pat's keynote at VoiceWorld on May 4th, 2013 at the Hilton Hotel in Toronto.

Grab a pen and paper and prepare to click play for an audio adventure that's more than worth the investment of your time.

Will You Be Coming to VoiceWorld? Check This Out!

In his VoiceWorld Toronto Keynote Presentation, Patrick Fraley will lecture, demonstrate and drag volunteers up on the stage to address voice over skills techniques, methods, mindsets, agendas, procedures, concepts and down-right dirty tricks, which advance the performer's desire into a world of voice over opportunities. Like getting hired. And making money.

Confused? You Were Probably Paying Attention!»

About Patrick Fraley

Patrick Fraley is one of the best and known and respected voice-over people in North America. 2013 marks his 40th year performing and teaching. As a performer, he has created voices for over 4,000 characters, placing him in the top ten of all time to be cast in animated TV shows. As a teacher, Pat has guided more performers into meaningful voice-over careers than anyone in the history of VO Instruction. He lives and works out of Hollywood Heights, California.

Are You Coming to VoiceWorld Toronto?

Comment and let me know!

Best wishes,
Stephanie

Related Topics: hired, Hollywood, TV


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