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Looking for opportunities to hone your voice over skills?
Catch some classes this April taught by voice over coaches Pat Fraley with Candi Milo in LA, Kim Snyder in Roseville, and a weekend workshop with Elaine Clark and Harlan Hogan in Sarasota.


The Masters Comedy Performance Event with Candi Milo
For Voice Over, 85% of all animation and dialogue commercials are comedy or humor-driven. Here’s where you can acquire the comedic skills to deliver what producers and casting people need. Here’s where you can get real funny! Join two masters who will teach you the critical skills for comedy voice over performance.

When: Saturday April 5th, 10AM to 6PM
Where: Buzzy’s Recording, 6900 Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles
Cost: $595
Payment Methods: Cash, check, credit card, payment schedules arranged on request.
To register: Email Pat Fraley or call 818-400-3733


Intro to Voiceovers
Learn what it takes to make money with your voice as a commercial and industrial voice talent; Discover what Voiceovers are, what it takes to become a working talent, how to know if it’s for you and how to get started. Registration is limited to 15 participants.
When: April 19th 9 a.m. 12 p.m.
Where: The Voice Training Studio, 211 Douglas in Roseville, CA
Cost: $75

Voiceover Success
This workshop is for new and working voice talent. Find out how to make a bigger impact with your demo, how to find your marketing niche, focus your efforts and find the work others are missing. Intro to VO is required in the absence of a demo submission.
When: April 19th 1 p.m. – 4p.m.
Where: The Voice Training Studio, 211 Douglas in Roseville, CA
Cost: $75


On Saturday April 26, Elaine Clark shows you how to do your Acting in the White Space. Harlan Hogan takes over on Sunday April 27 to present The Long Haul – Where Do We Go From Here?
Where: Sarasota, Florida
When: April 26 and April 27, 2008
Questions should be directed to Pat McCall at 941-966-6750 or

Will you be going to any of these workshops?

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  1. Hi Stephanie.
    I was wondering if you’ll have any voice over study classes in Omaha or Kansas City sometime.

  2. Hi Randy,
    Thank you for your comment and question. Hopefully you’ll see some classes in Omaha and Kansas City soon. If any of the coaches are reading this comment, they might consider bringing a workshop to your city of choice.
    If you can gather enough people, the coaches will come! Most classes have about 12 students in them so if you know anyone who would benefit from coaching in your area, invite them to make a commitment to attend and ask a teacher about their availability / fees letting them know that you’d like them to come teach.
    Best wishes,

  3. I would definitely attend in St. Louis. (Kansas City would be a second choice if someone would come to this region!) Bring it here to Columbia, MO right between the two in the middle of the state, and the country for that matter, and I’ll treat the speaker to dinner of your choice at any of Columbia’s favorite restaurants while you’re here! ~Janice Downes

  4. Hi Steph,
    I won’t be attending any of these workshops and would be interested in knowing when some of this great talent is coming to “Big D” (Dallas)?
    Keep me posted!


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