Should you change your name for voice over

Should you change your name for voice over

Eric Marlon Bishop, Reginald Kenneth Dwight, Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson, Norma Jean Mortenson, Declan Patrick Macmanus… Who would Jamie Foxx, Elton John, Katy Perry, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Costello be if they hadn’t changed their names? Looking at the phenomenal careers of these artists, it’s easy to conclude that their sexy stage names had something to… read more →

Great questions for voice buyers

Great questions for voice buyers

One day you’re going to get someone on the phone (or meet them in person) who can help you your voice over career. You’ll have split seconds to make a good impression. But the question is will you know what to stay or will you blush and stammer? Actually, it’s not as hard as it… read more →

Get paid for your voice over work

Get paid for your voice over work

If you’ve been working for a salary all your life, you might be surprised (and even a little overwhelmed) by what it takes to run a home based voice over business. One of the issues is billing. How do you make sure people pay you in a timely manner for the work you do? Usually… read more →

The Vacationing Voice Talent

The Vacationing Voice Talent

Ah, Summer. It hasn’t officially arrived just yet, but if you’re like me you’re already thinking about a great Summer getaway. And that’s just one of the things I love about voice over. Not only can it provide some extra cash for a great vacation, you can also easily pack your gear for auditions and… read more →

How To Boost Voice Over Confidence

How To Boost Voice Over Confidence

It’s the biggest secret of the rich and famous. Behind the outward trappings of success-the gold records, the Oscars, the limos, the loot- many stars secretly suffer from a crisis of confidence. Many turn to drugs and alcohol to ease their nerves, often with tragic consequences. But the most successful learn to deal with the… read more →

What to do if you speak with an accent

What to do if you speak with an accent

Ever hear the phrase “standard American English”? It’s how casting people refer to a dialect that is distinctly American but you can’t tell exactly where in the United States that person is from. It’s also referred to as neutral American English. Originally, linguists defined Standard American as the way people speak in Nebraska (altough some… read more →

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