Starting a voiceover career can be a difficult road to navigate. Should you build a home studio? What kind of equipment do you need? Do you need an expensive recording booth? What recording software is best? Should you get an ISDN line or Source-Connect? Where do you find the jobs? Should you get an agent or become a freelancer? What about pay-to-play websites? How about self-marketing? Should you produce your own demo or hire a professional? (Hint: Always hire a professional.)
I'm a Telly Award-winning voiceover artist who has been working in the industry for over 30 years.
The industry has changed so much in just the last decade and even more during the pandemic. In the last couple of years, I had to reinvent how I found voiceover work and, today, I'm booking several jobs per day!
Send me up to 3 recordings of your work (maximum 5 minutes each, please) and I will give you an honest and constructive critique on your microphone, editing, and mastering technique. I can either respond by email or we can hop on Zoom for up to 15 minutes.
Sometimes, you just have questions that need to be answered. Let's hop on Zoom for up to 30 minutes and you can let 'em rip!
We'll talk about you, your background, the voiceover industry as it exists today, and how you'll fit into it. I'll give you some voiceover copy to read and we'll find your strengths and weaknesses. Then we'll lay out a plan to get you started or get you up to speed on how the industry works today.
There's nothing like the full recording studio experience. We'll cover everything included in the online consultation but you'll visit my professional home studio just north of Dallas, Texas where many TV & movie stars, pro athletes, and even a U.S. Congressman or two have worked on projects.
* Plus credit card processing fees.
Having worked in the voiceover industry since the early '90s and in the entertainment industry as a whole since the early '80s, I can help you find additional experience and/or training, headshot photographers, talent agents, whether you should try the pay-to-play voiceover websites, and if you need a demo you've come to the right place. I can even offer equipment recommendations to get you started on setting up your computer for recording auditions.