Due to popular demand, beginning in 2020, Voice One will now be offering online classes!
Whether you live out-of-state, you're a stay-at-home parent, you need a flexible schedule, or you just prefer to avoid the traffic to the city, now you have the option to do your voice over training over the web.
Voice One's new online offering will have two levels:
Beginner/Intermediate & Intermediate/Advanced.
Each course will have 5 classes and will meet once a week for two hours. You'll be a part of a small cohort which will give you the added benefit of getting to know and learn from your fellow students while being instructed by Sally. The courses will cover commercial, narration, and character scripts, and every week you'll each have a chance to read and get specific feedback.
If you are interested in our upcoming online course offerings, please email Voice One for more information.
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