Bringing Voices to Life is a Voice One favorite! Usually taking place over a full weekend (Friday night, then all day Saturday and Sunday), this core character class shows you how to turn the voices inside of you into three-dimensional, believable characters.
However, 15 continuous hours in front of a screen can be a lot to handle, so we've reformatted the class to take place on Tuesday nights in three-hour segments, plus the original Friday night section.
The new dates are as follows:
April 21 - May 12
4 Tuesdays and 1 Friday • 6:30-9:30pm
Perform the technical requirements needed in video games, cartoons, and toys.
Create voices to match pictures, parse and concatenate sentences, create a 3D world, understand genres, and make strong performance choices.
Meet and perform for some of the best in the industry!
Much has changed in Voice Over in the past few decades.
Tackling the issue of representation in the audiobooks industry comes with a number of unique concerns
Come meet our next guest talent agent!
What makes acting in animation believable and bookable?
Anjali shares realistic advice from what she has learned over the course of her amazing career.
Award season always brings up the question about recognition of voice acting by the Academy
It's not "one style fits all" in Character work.
Mary Lynn Wissner, Award Winning Casting Director
Cheryl Rosenthal, Video Producer and Director!
We get to see how the VO Boss assesses a high quality corporate narration spot.
Sally suggests letting these four words become your mantra for 2021.
Texas-based company is making more opportunity for English dubbing beyond Anime
by Clay Robeson October 1, 2020