Students will learn how to find their "signature" voice, how to act believable, how to change direction, and many more. Students will also learn:How to perform comedic copy.
Intermediate & Advanced: Level II
Hones your voice-acting techniques and prepares you for a voice-over career. Students will learn: Advanced monologue and dialogue techniques; How to handle yourself in a session and what to expect; The roles of producers, casting directors, and agencies, agents, and how to work with them; Adlibbing/re-writting copy; How to fine-tune your V-O demo; How to package and market yourself; How to find an agent; How to find voice-over work; The secrets of successful voice-actors
Beginners: Level II
Students will be building on the fundamentals of Level I, this refines the basics. Students will learn: Voice and body exercises; Timing/pacing/inflection; How to read monologues; How to read dialogues; How to analyze your own voice; How to audition; How to find transitions; How to maintain your voice; How to be an announcer; How to "own" your copy; How to change direction; How to do pickups