Rodney Saulsberry, celebrity voice-over artist and author of You Can Bank on Your Voice and Step Up to the Mic, recently hosted Voices.com founders, David and Stephanie Ciccarelli, on his blog with an excerpt from their newest publication.

The Ciccarelli’s founded Voices.com, the largest online hub for voice actors, in 2004. Over the past nine years Stephanie, David, and their team have grown Voices.com from the ground up to become the leader in the industry.  Stephanie and David co-authored the “Voice Acting for Dummies” book, published by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. earlier this year.

Having taught hundreds of students the method of “Scoring the Copy,” Rodney instantly related to the concepts presented in their ‘Dummies book on Marking up a Script. Rodney says, “I believe that voice over is analogous to music and that reading a script is like singing a song. If you mark up a piece of copy with a certain interpretation in mind, another actor could read your score and deliver your exact interpretation.”

To check out their tips visit Rodney Saulsberry’s blog at: rodneysaulsberry.com/blog

Rodney Saulsberry is currently the voice of Zatarain’s, Instant Tax Service and Interactive Brokers. He has helped scores of talent break into voice-overs, teaching proven techniques to help them succeed in this highly competitive area of the entertainment industry.

Rodney will be appearing in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 29th with his Commercial Intensive voice-over workshop and will also be presenting the workshop at EDGE Studio in New York City on Saturday, July 27th.

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For over a decade, Tanya has been helping organizations and individuals alike tell their stories. A graduate of Western University, Tanya holds a Bachelor of Science degree, as well as a post-graduate diploma in Public Relations. As an experienced marketing and communications professional, she has helped individuals, start-ups, and multinational corporations craft and amplify meaningful communications across the arts, culture, entertainment, health, wellness, and technology industries.

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