I have a friend with a great voice. He’s well trained, has a great demo, a professional microphone and is ready to launch his voice over career.

With one slight problem…

He’s terrified of recording himself from home.


He’s frozen like a deer in headlights and his career has come to a complete standstill, all because the thought of recording himself from home feels completely overwhelming.

Frankly, it’s a crying shame to see so much talent going to waste.

Does the thought of setting up a home studio make you nervous? If so, I completely understand.

But I assure you it’s going to be okay because you’ve come to the right place.

We have a step-by-step method of teaching beginners how to master their home studio. Even if you have basic computer skills, you can do this.

Take a look at this short video I just made for you about “Home Studios: the second pillar of voice over success”:

When you invest in yourself and start your voice over career off right with a proven, step-by-step program, you shave years off the learning curve and avoid a lot of embarrassing newbie mistakes. …so you can enjoy the freedom, fun and flexibility of a work from home voice over career or money hobby faster than you’ve ever thought possible.

Miss #1? You can catch it here too.
(And stay tuned for pillars 3, 4 🙂

And after you watch the video I want to know your thoughts about your home studio. How do you feel about it? Have you bought your gear yet? What did you get?

Let me know your thoughts in the comments box. I want to read about what’s on your mind so I can support you.

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

Click here to watch last weeks video “Is This Voice Over Question Stopping You Cold?”