Practical, Paying, Part-Time Voice-Over

First Edition Design Pub.
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Practical,
Paying, Part-Time Voice-Over is a guide for both beginners as well as those
with some background in performing who want to explore the exciting world of
voice-acting. There's a lot of confusion out there for those that want to try
this. Is it really as easy as some claim to get into this profession? Or, is it
really as difficult, as others say? This guide cuts to the chase and explains
what you can do right now in today's digital revolution to break into the world
of voice-acting. What does it really take? How can one get a competitive voice
demo? What's involved with home studios and what do they really cost? How does
one acquire talent agents or get into the union? All these questions and many
more are answered in this concise but comprehensive guide. Start living your dreams
today.
 
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About the author

Kelly has been a theatre performer since grade school still regularly performs as an actor, singer, dancer, and choreographer. Although he does camera and commercial acting from time to time, he found his true love to be voice-over.

 

Working out of the San Francisco market and broadcasting around the world, he uses his many years of training and experience to bring a wide a wide variety of characters and dynamics to his voice work. 

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Publisher
First Edition Design Pub.
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Published on
May 16, 2014
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Pages
162
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ISBN
9781622876266
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Language
English
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Genres
Performing Arts / Acting & Auditioning
Performing Arts / Radio / General
Performing Arts / Television / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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