Five “Must Haves” on Your Voice Over Invoices

Part of being a professional voice actor is being professional in how you conduct your business. It really is a package deal. You can’t have one without the other. How you conduct your business is going to directly impact how much business you enjoy. One of the foundational pieces of any business, including your voice…

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Voice actor review of StudioBricks by Jerry Pelletier

Jerry Pelletier wrote Voice123 recently to let us know he had purchased a booth from the company, StudioBricks. He contributes to this blog today, a review of his experience. Voice Actor Review of StudioBricks by Jerry Pelletier “StudioBricks of Barcelona, Spain is getting quite a bit of BUZZ in the voiceover community.  I reached out…

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Hey! Keep the noise down! by Dan Lenard, Home Studio Master

So last week we peered into Marc Cahsman’s Fortress of Solitude. The follow-up oohs and ah’s from everyone’s comments showed a lot of “studio envy.”   But I promised I’d start throwing out some ideas on how you can lower your noise floor in an economical way or without building a new wing to your house….

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Building a pro soundbooth at low cost by Scott Gorman

Voice123 loves hearing from voice talent when they have blogs that they wish to share with us for the entire community of voice over talent!  Today, we wish to share a great blog provided by voice talent, Scott “Scotty G.” Gorman. He wrote us and shared pics of how he built his voice over booth!…

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To Slate, or Not to Slate? A Common Voice Over Question

There are varying opinions as to why or why not someone should slate in an online audition. The truth is… with any creative field, you never have a definitive ‘right way’, but there is always a definite ‘wrong way’. This week, we examine ‘slating’ and why or why it is not done. Why? It was…

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