Does Voices.com filter auditions when they are submitted to clients?

Deciding Not To Filter Auditions

In general terms, Voices.com does not do any filtering of audition submissions on Self Service jobs.
 
When you submit your proposal and demo to a client they have full access to all that you have provided. They can even download your demo to their computer if their account affords them the ability (one reason to protect your work if you are recording a custom demo). They will see the name of file you are submitting also. 
 
When they receive your audition it appears in a Responses view in the clients' Voices.com account. They have the ability to send you an email, delete your audition, add you to their Favorites or hire you by awarding the job and making immediate payment for your services.

It's our belief that our role is to serve as the trusted intermediary between the talent and the client.  As such, we take every means possible to fulfil that role.
 

Filtering of Full Service Job Responses

When a client chooses to work with Voices.com's Professional Services department by posting a Full Service job, the Voices.com Account Manager holding the casting call filters through received auditions at the client's request and presents them with a shortlist that best matches the client's requirements. Clients let us know how many samples they'd like to review. Once presented, the onus is on the client to make the final casting decision.

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Article Number
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First Published
02/23/2017 15:26
Last Published
08/23/2017 01:00
Last Modified
08/23/2017 01:00
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Client, Talent
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Jobs (Client), My Audition (Talent)
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