The voice actor's journey comes with its share of ups and downs. There will be beautiful moments and big breakthroughs, but also moments of doubt and struggle that leave you wondering: where do I fit in? am I on the right path? what should be my next step?
It's important to let yourself explore; to try many different genres. You may very well end up specializing in one area of voice over, but by "diversifying your assets", as Sally likes to say, you'll discover skills you never knew you had and develop a range that will make you competitive.
The Daytime Conservatory takes you and a small group of peers on a ten-week tour of the core. You will work on techniques of commercial, narration, and character VO, along with a day of diction and breathing. As a student of Voice One Training, most of your studies deal with a specific set of skills. The Daytime Conservatory expands your range by immersing you in scripts from across the spectrum.
This class is also good for those who have difficulty finding time for the core curriculum in their evening or weekend schedules. The Daytime Conservatory offers diversity of information that complements the core, and is good for all students of all levels.
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