For Voice Actors

For Voice Actors
How To Keep Characters Straight When Reading Multiple...

When you’re reading for a project that involves multiple voices and drastically different characterizations, how do you keep all of those voices straight?

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For Clients
Do Different Languages Use Different Facial Muscles?

Ever notice that your face may feel different depending on what language you are speaking? Learn why different languages require different facial muscles.

For Voice Actors
From Mickey Mouse to Porky Pig, Character Voice...

When a character’s voice is first created, something special happens, & it may be voiced by different people over the decades, takes on a life of its own.

Hollywood's New Triple Threat? Acting, Looks, and Voice?
For Voice Actors
Hollywood’s New Triple Threat? Acting, Looks,...

Traditionally, people known as Triple Threats have been performers who can sing, dance and act, but what if there is a new Triple Threat on the horizon?

For Voice Actors
A Perfect Cup of Tea Among Other Things

As voice professionals, I can confidently say that each one of you has your own favorite tea or beverage of choice.

Voice Over
Meet the Industry : Voice Talent Agents

Agents are very selective, but as we’ve said earlier, there is a voice for every job and a job for every voice. Does an agency shoe fit for you?

For Voice Actors
Meet the Voice Over Industry

If you’re new to voice overs, consider this a tour of the community that you’ll be part of for years to come where you’ll get to know who is who.

For Voice Actors
Mimicry VS Imitation

When it comes to mimicry and imitation, you’ve got two different ball games.

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