Here's a quick look at what's coming up at Voice One! All classes are listed in Pacific Time.
How much should you charge for that project? What's all this fuss over "in perpetuity"? What's the protocol for paying taxes? When you start booking your own work, it can be a challenge to figure out how to set your rates, determine industry standards, and figure out what to report. Sally and Alex will serve as your fees and finance guides and answer those burning questions.
July 13 • Monday • 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Every Wednesday morning, Sally is hosting a free 20-minute Vocal Workout to connect with your voice, connect with your community, and start your day off right!
July 15 • Wednesday • 9:00am - 9:20am
Voice over auditions are done from home, which means actors are responsible for recording professional quality audio. Get a leg up as Lisa teaches you the simple recording software, Audacity. Download it from the internet (for free) and set up your laptop for hands-on learning of how to record, edit, adjust levels, and convert to mp3.
July 16 • Thursday • 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Keep your voice-over skills sharp with these 2-hour semi-private workouts with some of the best in the industry! Each guest director is a working voice actor, casting director, or talent agent, and will give specific and current feedback to keep you on top of your game. Register Early - class size limited to 7
July 16 •Thursday • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
To create believable, real-life scenarios, actors must convey life between the lines of the script. Thoughts, reactions, and emotions are all true to human behavior, so bringing these same tendencies to voice over is essential. Explore actions, intentions, meaning, and subtext to begin truthfully breathing life into your lines.
July 17 & 24 • Fridays • 10am - 5pm
Join us at Voice One the third Friday of every month for in-person improv!
Our monthly "Social Distancing Improv" is complete with our school's standard safety precautions following CDC guidelines and improv games from afar (no touching!)
Limit: 8 students per class. Register in advance.
July 3 • Friday • 6:30-8:30pm • $20
Assess commercial copy at a glance by breaking down the script into common copywriting themes, rules you should recognize, and writing hints that reveal the unique message every commercial script contains. Once you develop the technical muscularity required by commercial copy, you'll feel confident enough to tackle any VO script.
July 18 & 19 • Saturday and Sunday • 10am - 5pm
This class helps you identify and deliver different styles of commercial VO: Taglines, Retail, Spokesperson, Real Person and more. You’ll learn how to determine the style and how to adjust your timing, rhythm, and energy to match the script.
July 20-21 • Mon/Tues • 10am-5pm
Confidence and taking chances are necessary for creating memorable auditions and adding personality on the job. Explore how being in the moment helps you stay fresh and elevates your performance. You’ll improvise sections of the script, increase listening and response times, trust your instincts, and laugh a lot!
July 22 & 23 • Wed/Thurs • 10am - 5pm
You've got a voice, so use it! Practice voice strengthening techniques to become a confident speaker and actor. We'll explore how our anatomy functions to create phonation, then discover Reena Gupta's "elements of voice production" and how it affects our sound on and off mic.
July 25 • Saturday • 10am - 1pm
For the new voice actor, the realization that you'll be running your own voice over business can be intimidating! Find out what you need in order to start off on the right foot as you begin your career.
July 25 • Saturday • 2pm - 5pm
We hope you have a great week, and we hope to see you soon!
Explore the role dubbing plays at Netflix, with interesting nuggets from the dubbing and subtitling team at Netflix themselves!
Seventeen's Leah Campano asks Rosalie Chiang questions about the VO industry, her career and more!
Elley Ray Hennessy shares her wisdom regarding voicing animated characters.
Aaron sits down with Lori Alan to discuss a voice actor's role in animation and up coming class, Talk to the Booth Lady.
Video games have become a sophisticated and immensely popular form of entertainment and recreation, and the voice acting involved keeps evolving.
Five ways to mitigate the negative consequences that come along with time change.
In anticipation of her upcoming class on American Accents, Aaron sits down with renowned dialect coach of stage and screen, Lynne Soffer, for a brief interview.
Get out of your own way and own your year in VO by applying this advice.
Aaron meets with Walt Gray IV to discuss the why voice actors should know how to audition through self-tapes.
Aaron asks Gavin a few questions about Commercial VO and his new class at Voice One.
Join us on September 8 and meet Cliff!
'Twelve Minutes' required much more time in the booth
Voice actor Kayleigh McKee discusses her experience in voiceover and progress in representation
Blizzard's Casting Director Wants You to Bring Truth to the Fantastic Worlds of Video Games
Join us this Thursday (8/5) for a *FREE* Webinar!
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