Voice Overs

Posted by Goononthetrack.com on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Under: Voice Over Work


Have you ever wanted to do voice overs? As artist who consistently utilize our voices for our music, it would only be a natural progression to also look into doing voice overs. Remember the last time you were watching TV, did you hear that voice announcing the next shows for tonight? That commercial with voice overs trying to sell you insurance, or maybe something to eat? Have you ever wondered who those hidden talents are, behind the scenes?

Doing voice overs is an exciting career opportunity which is relatively easy to get started with. Here are a few steps to get you heading in the right direction.

1. Getting Started - In order to start professionally doing voice overs, you will need a demo. As artist we already know recording in a studio can be pricey, so choose a quiet room in your home with no echoes. An area with a carpeted floor would be ideal.

2. Equipment - Of course you'll need a microphone, but there is no need to go all out and buy the most expensive one at Guitar Center or online at Amazon. A rather cheap USB microphone would do. Preferably one that comes with headphones. And you'll definitely need a computer to record your audio and a sound editor software, you can use free software like Audacity.

3. Auditioning - When creating your demo be sure to showcase your range of voice over work. You can do announcer reads, cartoons and commercials for example. It would be a good idea to download scripts from voice casting agencies online or you can model existing TV or radio commercials.

4. Getting your demo heard - Email your demo to voice casting agencies and TV stations. Sites like Voices.com and Voice123.com can get you more exposure and potential job opportunities.

5. Be Consistent - Consistency is the key here. So continue to send out your demo and even create a new demo to continue to showcase your voice over work. As artist we know how competitive it can be to get a foothold in the industry. So be sure to use your same professional work ethic when gaining success doing voice overs.

These are just a few tips to get you started that want cost you a lot of money, but if you have the budget, an agency would give you a real boost in the business of voice overs.

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