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  • Voice Acting and the Myth of Rejection

    As a voice actor, you may sometimes find yourself carrying the weight of rejection as a necessary price of admission. This burden results from unreturned phone calls, auditions you didn’t book, agents who’ve said no or a teacher who says, “You’re really improving but there’s still work to do.” It’s exacerbated by observing other actors […]

  • 15 Networking Tips for the Thriving Voice Actor

    Every human enterprise gives rise to its own brand of networking. One might argue that networking is the lifeblood of success. Some describe it as “playing politics,” some subscribe to the philosophy of “It’s who you know,” and then there are some who are content in the belief that, “good things come to those who […]

  • Why Enter An Awards Competition? 10 Reasons Why Awards Matter

    Note: The Voice Arts™ Awards program (see announcement) – which is accepting nominations through August 24 – has drawn industry praise, such as this from popular voice talent/trainer Pat Fraley: https://soundcloud.com/rudy-gaskins/pat-fraley-on-the-voice-arts-awards Yet skeptics question the program’s value and purpose. Below, Rudy Gaskins – producer, voice over coach, and one of the program’s creators – responds […]

  • The Basic Idea of It All

    Photo Source: ArthurCohen.com Welcome to Voiceover Exchange, where the exciting world of voiceover acting will be shared with clarity, accuracy, and a focus on creating a successful career. If your interest in voiceover acting is to enjoy a job you love at the highest level to which your talent can take you, then you’re in […]

  • Finding the Best Voiceover Teacher for You

    Photo Source: ArthurCohen.com The pursuit of a voiceover career almost always starts with the recognition of something distinctive about one’s voice. People are struck by a certain vocal quality and are compelled to identify it as “special.” Sometimes it’s as simple as the voice being deep and resonant or high-pitched and squeaky. Aside from the […]

  • East Coast vs. West Coast: Where’s the Voiceover Work?

    Voice actors often come to a crossroads as to whether the west coast or east coast will provide the most fertile ground for a gainful career, or whether they can truly live their dreams outside of these two media behemoths. New York and Los Angeles are generally the cities in question, though solid opportunities abound […]

  • Now That’s Voiceover!

    You need only spend a few minutes in the voice over business before you hear the names Joan Baker and Rudy Gaskins mentioned with the utmost respect and admiration. They’re the dynamic husband and wife team who create a literal “buzz” wherever they go with their charisma, talent, business savvy and zest for life. We […]

  • Voices In My Head

    Fringe Review: Voices in My Head Larry Pontius | Jun 22, 2012 You have heard Bill Ratner’s voice before.  Somewhere.  Some time.  You have heard it.  For me, he is a voice from my childhood.  He was the voice of Flint, one of the leaders of GI Joe (and to be frank, far cooler than […]

  • The Voice of God?

    As one of the auspicious few who have successfully navigated the world of voiceover acting, I couldn’t be more appreciative than I am. I have had the opportunity to work with great producers, writers, and voiceover actors around the world. I’m thankful every day for this extraordinary career. And yet I am often reminded of […]

  • Neumann Sponsors Voices for a Cause

    Los Angeles – September 22, 2011 – Audio specialists Sennheiser and Neumann have teamed with NY-based agency Push Creative to co-sponsor That’s Voiceover!, a comprehensive, one-day voiceover event and career seminar featuring more than 20 industry professionals and voiceover industry insiders from New York to Los Angeles. The event will take place on October 6 […]





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