The official Voice One Discord server has launched! We'd love for you to join our virtual community. Joining is free, and all you need is an email address. You can download the app on your desktop, phone, and tablet.
For those who aren't familiar with the platform, Discord is a chat app, similar to professional communications platforms like Slack, and in some ways similar to Skype. It's designed as a way to communicate within a community, providing users with ways to find each other, coordinate, and talk. It supports video calls, voice chat, and text, allowing users to get in touch however they please.
A Discord server is divided into different channels, which are essentially chat rooms for different topics. For the Voice One server, we've included channels for discussing the voice over industry, home studio setup, and posting gigs. There's a section for discussing Voice One classes and a school bulletin board too! There are even more community-driven channels where you can chat about what you do besides voice over, such as your favorite shows and games or personal news (all those great things you'd normally talk about before or after class!)
Simple! Just click this link and follow instructions to join the Voice One Discord server. You can use discord within your browser, or for optimal experience, download the free desktop or mobile app.
We've instituted some simple rules in order to keep the Voice One server a welcoming place for all. You'll be asked to read them through before you are allowed to participate in chat. If you'd like to read the server rules ahead of time, you can read them here.
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