There are two kinds of voice over artists. Those who audition and those who don’t

Those who don’t are deeply embedded in the non-broadcast niches like medical narrations, telephony and e-learning, to name a few.

Why don’t they audition?

The reason is they’ve built relationships with non-broadcast buyers who tend to cast directly off of demos rather than hold auditions.

Coming soon, my Mic To Money marketing training will teach you how to do this.

But in the meantime, the bulk of voice over opportunities still require an audition. Many of these opportunities are posted every day on the pay to play services or through talent agencies.

Learning to audition well is a skill you’ll continue to perfect throughout your career. As a voice actor. You can always refine your chops.

You have to get trained to relax, concentrate and let your imagination take flight…all this while making sure you actually sell the product and deliver broadcast quality audio within the allotted time limited.

In this week’s brief Inside Voice Over Video training blog I’ve got tips to help improve your auditions.

Have a look and when you’re done, be sure to leave a comment so I know what’s on your mind.

Watch this week’s short training video Here Now

After you view the video leave me a comment. I love getting to know you and learning how I can help.

Voice Over Success Accelerator Bootcamp

Oh and by the way, a last minute seat just opened in our upcoming Voice Over Success Accelerator Bootcamp, next week Sept 23-25 at our studios in Englewood Cliffs, NJ. If you can act fast, click or call 800-333-8108

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company