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A VO's Journey is about helping new voiceover artists grow their business by listening to my journey to becoming a full-time voice actor. I have been an actor, coach, director, and teacher for over 20 years. I started six years ago in the voice-over industry and wanted to create a way to document my journey so other voice over actors could benefit from it. Voiceover is now my life, and I love every moment of it.
 
Every path is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to a successful voiceover career. Voiceover Talks is new podcast series for voiceover artists from around the globe. Each week the show features new and inspiring guests from the world of voiceover, where we explore their journies into the industry and discuss what it really takes to become a successful voiceover artist. From fellow voice actors to producers, casting directors and a range of other industry pros, the Voiceover Ta ...
 
Whether you're a fan of voice actors or you want to do voiceovers yourself, this is the show that will give you stories, insights, and information you can't find anywhere else. Legendary voice actor Joshua Seth (Tai on Digimon and Tetsuo in Akira) interviews the top talent in the voiceover industry to find out how they got started, what their secrets to success are, and what advice they have for people getting into voice overs now. Do you want to get into voice acting, beat the odds, and bec ...
 
WHAT’S IN YOUR BOOTH? is a podcast that asks top VO talent about their recording gear. With a new show every other week, the podcast takes a “deep dive” into sound treatment, hardware, software and more. Lots more! Episodes start off with a fun Q&A, move on to the gear segment, and then finish up with a riddle/puzzle.
 
The VO BOSS podcast blends solid, actionable business advice with a dose of inspiration for today’s voiceover talent. Each week, host Anne Ganguzza focuses on a specific topic to help you grow your #VO Business. Featuring guest interviews with industry movers & shakers, VO BOSS covers every facet of the voice landscape, from creating your business plan to choosing the best marketing tactics & tools. So tune in, listen up, and learn how to further your VO career!
 
Voiceover Sermons is a series of podcast episodes for new and experienced voice actors. Episodes include helpful tips on voiceover coaching, script performance, demos, talent agencies, marketing and more! If you're looking for candid information on how to start a voiceover business, you've come to the right podcast. New episodes are uploaded every Friday. If you're interested in coaching with us, please email us from our website at www.uvtcoaching.com.
 
The Voice Acting 101 Podcast is hosted by voice-over actor Jason McCoy. Jason has been recording voice-over for over 20 years. Each episode answers a common question about getting started in voice-over, in the least amount of time as possible. So you can get back to work! Visit VoiceActing101.com
 
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Mike Lenz Voice - A Journey Into Voice Acting

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Join professional voice actor, audiobook narrator, and author Mike Lenz as he shares stories from some of the most amazing and inspiring people from all areas of the voice-over industry to help you achieve your dream of becoming a professional voice actor.
 
A British Podcast Award nominated show that's consistently described as "not boring"... Leah Marks (voice actor and radio person) and Nic Redman (voiceover and voice coach) mash together interviews, investigations and problem solving in this cheerful show for voiceover types. There's a new episode on the first of every month and you can find out more at www.thevosocial.com. See you there, VO chums!
 
This podcast is focused on technology that supports people who are blind and visually impaired. Our panel of IT Trainers & guest panelists discuss all the latest in mainstream and inclusive technology innovations in a fun and informative manner. NCBI Labs is the technology function within NCBI (National Council for the Blind Ireland)NCBI is the national sight loss agency in Ireland. NCBI Labs provide technology assessments and training for all our service users. We are a not for profit chari ...
 
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Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

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The entrepreneurship podcast you can actually apply! The award-winning small business show covers creative ways to make money online and offline, including blogging, online business, freelancing, marketing, sales funnels, investing, and much more. Join 100,000+ listeners and get the business ideas and passive income strategies straight to your earbuds. No BS, just actionable tips on how to start and grow your side hustle.
 
Voiceover is a Tamil podcast to bring you all those kutty kutty positive things happening around us. Tune in for a weekly dose of positivity. Whenever you feel like “Cha ena manushan ya , yaar kitayachum ithai solliye aaaganume” ? , vaanga pesuvoam. Bring all those stories to us on #Letsvoiceover Instagram: ramalingam_natarajan
 
This hilarious and informative weekly podcast brings some of the most prolific voice actors working in animation, video games, and commercials into studio to discuss their careers and process, with fellow voice and on camera actor, Kiff VandenHeuvel. This entertaining podcast will keep you laughing and learning with some of the finest performers in the VO world.
 
A podcast where we delve into the wordy world of voiceovers. Each week you'll meet a professional voice artist and find out who they are and how they got into this work, and listen while we run through some slightly ridiculous script games based on the kind of jobs we tackle on any given day in the studio.
 
Dodgy Voiceover Direction is a podcast about the kind of dodgy voiceover direction that gets sent to voiceovers. Featuring award-winning voiceover Emma Clarke, Dodgy Voiceover Direction palpates the underbelly of this admittedly niche corner of the world of broadcasting. Find out more here: https://emmaclarke.com/voiceover-artist/showreels/podcasts/
 
Year THREE of short daily episodes to improve the quality of your speaking voice. Through these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every ...
 
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Don Baarns - Red Baarns Audio

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Voice Over inspiration, education and entertainment for VO artists and those who want to be... Tips, tricks and traps from hard earned experience across over 10,000 VO projects, tons of audiobooks, and thousands of students across the VO spectrum.
 
From commercials to live announcing, from video games to narration, the women you’ll hear interviewed in The B-Hive are among the best voice actors in the country. They are the women who possess the voices behind the products you buy, the video game characters you love, and the radio stations you rely on. They are the unsung experts who persevere and creatively thrive in a world dominated by men: the mercurial and elusive field of Voice Over.
 
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Stephen Bel Davies, Rohan Audio

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AUDIONOOK is a podcast based in New York City devoted to conversations about all aspects of the voice over and audio business. Each episode is hosted by Stephen Bel Davies and produced and edited by Rohan Audio.
 
Our mission is to train voice over artists of any level of technical skill to create their own recorded voice productions, and sell them to a worldwide market. Deb and Scott share tips on business, tech, and studio experiences. And we talk with voice over artists of all levels about their adventures with recording voice over and working with clients.
 
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Elsie Lovelock is a British singer and voice actress who is best known as the voice of Mommy Long Legs in Poppy Playtime, the singing voice of Charlie in the Hazbin Hotel pilot, and Uzi in the popular indie animation Murder Drones. She also sings over 200 cover songs on her popular YouTube channel. SHOW NOTES 🚀 Get Your Free Intro to Voice Acting C…
 
Gary talks with busy voice talent and coach Jonathan Tilley about why the so-called Pay2Play sites (online casting sites) aren't a good bet for most voice talent, and the much better approach for marketing your voice: direct email marketing. They discuss Jonathan's League of List Builders (LOLB) course, and how learning to get your name in front of…
 
Contrary to popular belief, the free, open-source software, Audacity, is NOT a Digital Audio Workstation. This week I talk about the differences between an Audio Editor with its destructive editing format and a true Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) with non-destructive, real-time, precision editing, and why you should make the switch. www.VoiceoverT…
 
In this episode, Jessica & Romi chat with British voice actor, Linton Tulloch, about his voiceover journey and his experiences in the voiceover industry as they relate to diversity. If you want to get in touch with Linton, here's how you can do it! Email – lintontulloch@vocalvelvet.com Website – https://www.vocalvelvet.com/ LinkedIn – https://www.l…
 
2023.01.14 – 0744 – Telephony Voiceovers Telephony voice over – (‘voicemail’, ‘Message On-Hold’, ‘MOH’, ‘Integrated Voice Response’ or ‘IVR’ “for sales press 1, for help press 3…”) These voices have to represent the brand and what they stand for and might sound like and who they’re speaking to. The voice is the representative of the company and so …
 
Focus on 2023 In this episode, I discuss where I am focusing in 2023 and the power/danger of focusing on the right and wrong things for your voice-over business. Special offer to A VO’S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY here: https://www.avosjourney.com Learn more about my MAKE $20K ON FIVERR FOR VOICE OVER: https://www.avosjourney.com/how-to-make-20k-on-fiver…
 
Welcome to this three part series to get you crushing it in voiceover this year. You are going to be hearing my chats with Melanie Scroggins, fellow VO artist and host of the Work From Home Voice Actor podcast, on everything you need to gain success in VO. I was on her podcast as a guest, and these are our fannnntastic convos. Part 1 - Simple Set U…
 
In Episode 37 we had Dick and Jameson for part 2 and Drew came with This Day In History. Also you won't want to miss the 3rd segment since there is a wee surprise! Thanks to everyone who watches and has subscribed! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All!By Hudson + Todd
 
2023.02.01 – 0762 – How Hormones Affect Your Voice Hormones - We know how boys’ voices change as they go through puberty, but so do girls’. Testosterone and oestrogen not only affect the voice directly in the vocal folds, changing their shape and so the sounds they make, but also indirectly as the overall body shape changes. Muscles and ligaments d…
 
2023.01.31 – 0761 – The Voice Enemies Of Air Con, Carphones and Coughing Air conditioning – a dry throat can be caused by heating or air conditioning in homes, offices, trains, planes and cars. Try getting more natural air into your life, or invest in a humidifier. Carphones – you tend to talk louder on them as the mic is further from your mouth, b…
 
2023.01.30 – 0760 – Signs Your Voice Isn’t As It Should Be (How To Use Your Voice For A Four Hour Show And Not Damage Or Lose It)?? Signs that your voice isn’t as it should be Of course, only you really know how your voice usually sounds and how you usually feel, but there are some tell-tale red flags that may indicate a current or looming problem:…
 
2023.01.29 – 0759 – Potentially Unhelpful Vocal Rest Potentially ‘unhelpful’ vocal rest This might include: Not speaking for two days before a studio session to “prepare my voice” – as an athlete might do gentle warm-ups before a big race rather than lie in bed all day, so you should give your voice gentle exercises A voice actor or presenter who f…
 
World Wrestling Entertainment's annual Royal Rumble is just minutes away! Stay tuned right here for more coverage. E-mail your predictions and thoughts to us at ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com. Thank you to Libsyn and to the new #LibsynStudio! Thank you to all of our friends and listeners around the world! Props to WCW. You won't see me write that…
 
2023.01.28 – 0758 – The Importance Of Voice Naps If you are using your voice a lot, try and schedule some specific ‘voice naps’ into your day, where you don’t talk for 5-15 minutes at a time on several occasions throughout the day. By taking ‘voice naps’ you can top up your ‘voice battery’. This may mean: · Planning your schedule – spread out your …
 
2023.01.27 – 0757 – Outside Elements Damaging Your Voice As well as external environmental issues such as: · Air humidity - dry air is thought to increase the stress on the vocal folds, so beware of studio air conditioning. Anything that cools it down or warms it up can dry out the air. · Hydration - dehydration may increase the effects of stress o…
 
John Gries! Stay tuned right here shortly for the very latest! This episode is a work in progress. "Scared" is an original piece from, conceptualized, produced and provided to us, unsolicited, by James Baxters. Thank you. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 https://www.facebook.com/groups/ThursdayThe12thPodcast http…
 
Making a sale? That’s great. But making a recurring sale? That’s even better. This week’s guest is Ryan Golgosky from 180Sites.com. He took what is typically sold as a one-off service — web design, in this case — and repackaged it for recurring revenue in a really creative way. Tune in to the Side Hustle Show interview to hear: how Ryan started his…
 
2023.01.26 – 0756 – Your Vocal Battery PROFESSIONAL VOCAL STRAIN It is of course better to ‘defend not mend’ – and prevention is easier than a remedy. So, look after your folds and everything else that helps your body create a great sound. Be aware of how much you are using your voice during the day, and how much rest you are giving it. The ‘Vocal …
 
Based in Austin, TX, Tom was the drummer and music director for singer/songwriter Robert Earl Keen from 1997 until Robert retired from touring in September of 2022. Before that, he was the original drummer for the Dixie Chicks. In addition, he has been very active as a freelance drummer, both live and in the studio, for a variety of artists includi…
 
https://voiceacting101.com/take-your-time-back/ ►► Download the FREE guide to learn the 5 Steps to Voice-Over Success → https://VoiceActing101.com/getstarted/ It’s a new year and with that usually comes change. And one big change that happened a few weeks ago, was that I sold two apps I created. If you’ve heard me mention SpitFire and Find Leads Fa…
 
Voice actor Anne Yatco is best known as the voice of Raiden Shogun in Genshin Impact, Nobara in Jujutsu Kaisen, Sabine in Miraculous Ladybug. She can also be heard in Bleach: Thousand year Blood War, Fire Emblem, and Final Fantasy 7. SHOW NOTES 🚀 Get Your Free Intro to Voice Acting Class 🌎 Follow Anne Yatco on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok 👍 Follo…
 
2023.01.25 – 0755 – Why Your Evening Meal Could Be Killing Your Voice Acid reflux[1] This is when digestive juices (made up of strong acids and enzymes) find their way from the stomach into the oesophagus. Known by doctors as GERD (‘gastro-esophageal reflux disease) or GOR (‘gastro-oesophageal reflux), symptoms include heartburn, indigestion, cough…
 
2023.01.24 – 0754 – Why ‘Thirst’ Is Unreliable Your unreliable dehydration warning system When you feel thirsty you are already dehydrated. That’s because whereas the body treats food with a ‘store now - use later policy’, excess fluid will simply be excreted. You’ll just pee. So, the ‘thirst mechanism’ is unreliable. To stop feeling thirsty (and s…
 
Ancient wisdom + modern science to help you live your best life. In 2021, I sat down with Brian Johnson from HEROIC. He's a serial entrepreneur who has helped thousands of people discover their true passions, purpose, and potential. If your New Year goals are starting to wane a little, I guarantee this conversation will kick you back into high gear…
 
2023.01.23 – 0753 – Hydration Oughta Be Water, But… Where hydration comes from Hydration oughta be water, plain, pure and at room temperature. But if you’re struggling to drink enough try: · Try flavouring your water with fruit · Drink caffeine-free tea like chamomile, ginger, or peppermint tea · Eat foods that contain more water, such as cucumbers…
 
2023.01.22 – 0752 – Hydrate to Sound Great. Here’s Why… The more dehydrated you are: · The drier the cords · The poorer the quality of your voice · The less you will get from each breath · The shorter the time you can talk or sing · The more likely it is that you will get a hoarse voice · The more likely it will be that you have weird mouth noises,…
 
2023.01.21 – 0751 – A Moment On Mucus So, hydration affects the folds specifically in two ways: · ‘Systemic hydration’ is the term for hydrating your whole body, the cells and the tissues from inside out · ‘Topical (or ‘surface’) hydration’ affects the moisture levels of the surface of the vocal folds, keeping them slippery enough to vibrate. The v…
 
2023.01.20 – 0750 – The Hydration Situation The Hydration Situation (or How to ‘Get A Wetter Broadcast, Podcast and Voiceover Voice’) Up to 60% of the human adult body is water[1]: the brain and heart are composed of 73% water; the lungs are about 83% water; skin contains 64% water; muscles and kidneys are 79%; bones 31% water. Each day we have to …
 
If you’ve been around online business for some time, you’ve likely heard the saying “the money is in the list.” There’s a reasonable deal of truth to it — the more people you have paying attention to you, the easier it will be to reach their inbox and sell them your products or services or recommend to them relevant affiliate offers. That’s actuall…
 
In many ways, the work of a voice actor is often more challenging than that of a stage or screen actor. We are required to do so much, with so very little. Where an on-screen actor can use body language, facial expressions and movement in addition to their voice to ‘sell’ a character, we must do the same, using only our voice. We often record our s…
 
Welcome to episode 192 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this […]…
 
2023.01.19 – 0749 – Why Cough Sweets Are A Con First up, it’s important to realise that nothing you swallow touches your vocal folds. Yep, those soothing cough sweets you take for example, go nowhere near them and any help they might give is either somewhere else in the vocal tract, or simply psychosomatic. (Indeed, as we’ll see later, such lozenge…
 
Voice actor Kaiji Tang is best known as Satoru Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen, Ichiban Kasuga in Yakuza Like a Dragon, and Detective Pikachu. SHOW NOTES 🎙️ Sign up for The Voice Acting Workshop 🚀 Get Your Free Intro to Voice Acting Class 🌎 Follow Kaiji Tang on Instagram, Twitter 👍 Follow Joshua on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok ✍️ See Joshua's Convention S…
 
2023.01.18 – 0748 – Vocal Health as Asset Protection As we have seen, the vocal cords are super thin muscular folds the length of your thumb nail. Air exhaled from the lungs passes over the taut cords and they vibrate[1], producing sound waves. High-pitched sounds are made when the cords are short and taut[2]. They work best when they are really we…
 
2023.01.17 – 0747 – You Are A Vocal Athlete We are vocal athletes! Those of us who speak for a living are trained and skilled, we have physical strength, agility and stamina. We can get highly stressed and suffer from fatigue that affects our performance. And we use our body in an unusual way. So, be aware of what kind of foods, situations or sympt…
 
2023.01.16 – 0746 – Exercise Advisories Over the years in the many training sessions I have led, I have just known that the advice I have given to my clients in this area is going to be ignored: lip trills have been considered childish, to mindfully meditate was seen as ‘hippy’ hokum, stopping smoking as an unnecessary infringement. I am happy to s…
 
2023.01.15 – 0745 – Your Vocal, Physical and Emotional Health: an introduction ‘The first thing to be considered is what sort of voice we have and next, how we use it. The natural power of the voice is judged by its quantity and quality. The good qualities of the voice are improved by attention and deteriorated by neglect.’ Quintilian, first centur…
 
2023.01.13 – 0743 – Voiceover Cut-Throughs A voice-over might hope that with a commercial read they may be asked to record another ad for the same brand, but it’s not a given. That job may be a one-off. But with trails and promo voices, once chosen you are likely to be on contract for months, seasons or years. You may be on a retainer, and have to …
 
As someone who was a pretty good student in school, I always thought about starting a tutoring business. But while I never acted on it, Matt Fuentes did. In this post and podcast interview, he breaks down the steps he took to build a $1000 a week tutoring business. He focuses on the ACT, a US college entrance exam, and has even written a book on th…
 
Welcome back to the Voiceover Talks podcast! If you find yourself bogged down trying to come up with new content for your social media channels, or worrying that you haven't posted anything in a few days, or worse still, getting bummed out when the content you do share doesn't seem to hit, then this week's episode is for you! This week, I share my …
 
2023.01.12 – 0742 – Station Imaging Voiceovers Station imaging These are the branded voices that are used on promotional trailers for radio and TV stations. So not on the commercials advertising other brands (such as a car showroom or a breakfast cereal), but introduce or promote an individual show (or shows) on that station (“The News At Ten – wit…
 
Voice actor Aaron Dismuke is best known as the voice of Alphonse Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Tamaki Amajiki in My Hero Academia, & Oscar in the upcoming "Justice League x RWBY" movie. SHOW NOTES 🎙️ Sign up for The Voice Acting Workshop 🚀 Get Your Free Intro to Voice Acting Class 🌎 Follow Aaron Dismuke on Instagram, Twitter 👍 Follow Joshua on Inst…
 
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