Hollywood Issues Plans For Resuming TV/Film Production, But Remains Silent on Voice Over Last week, the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers released a 22-page document with their suggestions for changes the film and TV industry could make when production resumes. This was followed by a much more in-depth joint report from the Director’s […]
An ad copywriter sent me this, and I thought it was too funny not to share. Props to the VO, who handles the copy really well in spite of the jokes being made.
A3 Artists (formerly Abrams Artists Agency) in Los Angeles has a very active VO department. James Murray, VO agent there, explains how their office and their talent have made changes in the face of the industry’s “new normal.” This article provides some really interesting insight. It’s always good to keep an eye on what the […]
The virus has upended daily life, but what does that look like for the VO community? TL;DR: A home studio with remote connection capability, solid sound isolation and a way to efficiently transfer large files is now more of a necessity than ever before. In speaking with voice actors, the agents who represent them, and […]
Readers of my books know that I use Audacity to record VO. It’s easy to use, there are a ton of online tutorials for it, and best of all, it’s free. But like any bit of software, it’s not perfect. Case in point: currently it’s not possible to record with Audacity on a Mac running […]
Welcome to the very new and very exciting (at least to us) complete-voiceover.com. On our home page, you may have seen this phrase: Rethinking voice over training. Here’s what we mean by that. Today’s voice over industry has seemingly unlimited potential. The world’s demand for voices has exploded and the barriers to entry have dropped […]