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Find My Voice - A Voice Acting Podcast

Stanley Fisher Jr.

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Welcome to the Find My Voice Podcast, your ultimate destination for delving into the dynamic world of voice acting and beyond. Join our hosts: Stanley Fisher, Tiffany Bunch, Michelle Betton, and Maria Alfaro, the lead coaches at the Voice Acting Institute. Together, we're here to guide you through the intricacies of the voice acting industry, creativity, business strategies, leadership, personal development, and the path to self-mastery. Whether you're an aspiring voice actor, a seasoned pro ...
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Voice Acting 101

Jason McCoy

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The Voice Acting 101 Podcast is hosted by voice-over actor Jason McCoy. Jason has been recording voice-over for over 20 years. Each episode answers a common question about getting started in voice-over, in the least amount of time as possible. So you can get back to work! Visit VoiceActing101.com
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VO Pro: Voiceover and Voice Acting

Paul Schmidt

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Join me as we discuss the hot topics in the voice over industry with voiceover insiders, voice actors, casting directors, agents, movers, shakers. and news makers. I get to the heart of the issues with my own no-BS takes and talk to the people who are shaping and shifting our industry. Plus, the VO strategies, tips, and best practices for growing your voiceover career you’ve come to expect. Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Audible, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio, S ...
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Mike Lenz Voice - A Journey Into Voice Acting

Mike Lenz interviews Bob Souer, Harlan Hogan and other amazing voice-over p

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Join professional voice actor, audiobook narrator, and author Mike Lenz as he shares stories from some of the most amazing and inspiring people from all areas of the voice-over industry to help you achieve your dream of becoming a professional voice actor.
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The Voice Acting Journey Podcast

Smorgasbord Radio Network

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This podcast is designed to bring together a community of voice over artists to share their journey in the voice acting industry. Whether you are a seasoned voice over actor who has been doing voiceover work for many years, or just starting out in the field, I hope that you will find this podcast to be an educational, encouraging, and interactive resource for moving your journey in the voiceover field forward.
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There are metric tons of bad mistakes you can make in voice over. You can have no training or be undertrained. You can have a bad recording space or bad equipment. You can do your own demos. You can have a bad website. All of those are fixable. No training? Start training. Bad recording space, bad equipment, bad audio? Totally fixable. Call Uncle R…
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Welcome to episode 206 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this […]…
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https://voiceacting101.com/finished-voice-over-audio-standards/ ►► Download the FREE guide to learn the 5 Steps to Voice-Over Success → https://VoiceActing101.com/getstarted/ Suzy recently had a voice-over question. She asked: “What are the industry standards for finished audio?” Would a private voice-over community help you? I'm thinking about cre…
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Stop doing this dumb shit on your voice actor websites! Today we’re going to talk about the nine engagement killers that after you watch this video you should be tripping over yourself to get the hell off your website. They’re like people repellent and you either need to remove them or I will hunt you down with a giant butterfly net and send you of…
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Today we chat with Amazon Best Selling Author and Accountability Coach, Amanda McKinney about the importance of accountability and goal-setting for entrepreneurs. She defines accountability as taking ownership of one's actions, regardless of the outcome, and emphasizes the need to let go of what cannot be controlled. She also addresses the issue of…
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The decision to go full time in voice over or not may be the biggest decision you make in your career, and often one not easily made. There are so many things to think about and consider. It can be super confusing, overwhelming, and deflating – if you let it. When I had this decision to make, I didn’t ask myself all these questions and it almost pu…
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In this promo, Stanley shares a little bit on how he was able to keep a work/life balance while taking care of his sick mother. From what he has learned Stanley and the VAI Coaches have powerful insight on how to keep your focus where it matters and to be empowered while doing it! A lot is happening at VAI, Our VO 101 6Week Course and our Spring Ki…
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In our chat today, Emma and I talk about her journey into voiceover, from discovering the industry to joining an agency and building her business. She also discusses her experience of being homeless and living in different countries, which has influenced her acting. Emma emphasizes the importance of marketing services directly to clients and the li…
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In this episode, the coaches at the Voice Acting Institute talk with Stephen Frost, the Founder and Creative Director at Stereo Couture, a premier studio specializing in comprehensive audio production and post production for animation. We talk about how it started his career, the values of his company, and what he expects when working with voice ac…
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You’re brand new to voice over and you think you want to become a voice actor. So how do you get started? Your first real step will be to start training, but in order to do that, you need to understand the various types of voice over training available and that’s what I’m going to guide you through today, so that you can choose the kind of training…
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In this episode the coaches at VAI interview Matthew "Slim da Reazon" Parham from NAVA. We ask about what they are fighting on Capotal Hill when it comes to Ai and voice actors being written into legislation, a little bit about him, and how we can better serve NAVA's mission. To learn more about Matthew, visit his website: www.matthewparhamvo.com T…
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In the world of voice over, if you want to stand out like a sore thumb and look like a beginner there are a multitude of ways to do that. In today’s video, I’m going to give you 4 ways to look like a voice over newbie so that you can understand how to avoid them. And hang with me until the end, because I’m going to answer the most common question I…
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In this conversation, we chat with voice actor, Troy Holden. We talk about Troy's background, growing up in Nashville, and the influence of transplants on the Southern accent. Troy shares how he got into voiceover and his journey to becoming a full-time voice actor. He talks about the wrong path he initially took and how he course-corrected with th…
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In this episode, VAI Coaches Tiff Bunch and Maria Alfaro talk about the success of VO Atlanta and why they walked away feeling abundent, successful, and complete for why they went. To learn more about VO Atalanta here is their website: https://www.voatlanta.me/โดย Stanley Fisher
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There was a surprise, stealthy, mystery guest this year at VO Atlanta, and fireworks ensued! There I was, on stage in the main ballroom at VO Atlanta, getting ready to take my seat on The Famous Online Casting Panel. J. Michael Collins, the moderator, walks by and announces to the panel, “65 seconds!” I turn and a man in a blue plaid sportcoat hold…
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In this episode, the coaches at the Voice Acting Institute discuss their understanding of what makes a great leader. We dive into the traits of a dysfunctional and function leader and some of the lessons we learned to be better at how we lead our businesses, familes, and personal lives. Learn more about our coaches and education at www.voiceactingi…
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Not all voice actors know how to set proper rates. Fewer still know what proper rates are. Even fewer quote them consistently. Very few voice actors not only know and quote proper rates consistently, but they also know their worth. Today, we’re going to delve into knowing your voice over rates, knowing and getting grounded in your worth, and the re…
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Voice actors and photographers have more in common as freelancers than you think, especially regarding marketing. Jeanine McLeod, a successful children's photographer and host of the Fully Booked Photographer podcast, shares insights on marketing strategies and the mindset shift needed to succeed. She emphasizes the importance of focusing on the bu…
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In this episode, the coaches at VAI talk with our first repeat guest speaker, Tom Dheere. We cover his take to Ai, what he is sharing throughout the industry and his clients about Ai technology and it's effects on our industry, the work ethic you need to have to be competetive, and how he approaches his career. To learn more about Tom, visit his we…
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Welcome to episode 205 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this link […]…
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The following post appeared December 21st, 2023 on the VOcation Facebook Group: “Hey everyone. I didn’t want to have to make this post, but I’m trying to look out for others. There is a demo producer and coach who specializes in Children’s Media who has taken money from actors promising to make demos, and then just never made the demos. Some of the…
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The lovely and talented Dervla Trainor, a successful voice actor and creator of the VO Kickstart program, joins the podcast to discuss her journey in the voiceover industry. Derv shares her experience transitioning from pay-to-play sites to marketing and finding direct clients, the importance of marketing and building relationships in order to have…
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This week the VAI coaches talk with Michael Schwengel, hes a voice actor, mindfulness coach, and healer. We talk about his VO career, his healing journey, and how he serves the VO community and others with his coaching business. We also talk about his new healing company Kindreds and his spiritual journey finding his authentic voice as a voice acto…
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LinkedIn has a ton of big changes coming in 2024 and if you’re not up to date, you could be missing huge opportunities and getting left behind. LinkedIn is bringing a massive change to Creator Mode, a dedicated Services section, search filters, and more. In this video, I’ll break down 5 Big LinkedIn Changes in 2024, what they mean for you, and how …
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Mandy Fisher, known as @astoriaredhead on TikTok, shares her voiceover journey and insights into the industry. She started as a child actor and transitioned into voiceover work, focusing on commercials and e-learning. We talk about importance of finding agents who nurture and support your career. She also discusses the role of social media, particu…
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I got a message last week from one of our VO Pro members who says, “I have a topic that could go down a BIG rabbit hole! For all us newbies out here...When is it time to look for an agent?” What milestones should you have met or be meeting to find an agent? How do you go about finding an agent and soliciting them? I’ll answer these and other burnin…
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My guest today is not just a highly experienced voice actor of over 20 years. He is also the head of Gravy for the Brain Oceania and runs his own voice acting academy in New Zealand. Please welcome to the podcast, Toby Ricketts. Toby Ricketts is a highly experienced voice actor and head of Gravy for the Brain Oceania, discusses his journey in the v…
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Auditions are the lifeblood of any voice actor. They are the main way we compete and win work in our business. Assuming you’re properly trained and competitive, the more auditions you do, the more work you will ultimately book. That’s a great thing. But what about bad work? Work that is exploitative, unfair, or downright dishonest? How do you avoid…
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If I asked 100 voice actors to tell me what they do for a living, how many do you think would use the word freelance? Probably zero. The truth is, if you’re a voice actor, you are a freelancer. What does that mean? First, it means you are not an employee. It means working for different companies at different times rather than being permanently empl…
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Welcome to episode 204 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this link […]…
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In our chat with J. Michael Collins, he emphasizes the importance of using voiceover sites wisely and not overspending on memberships. He also highlights the significance of having a strong marketing game and reaching out to clients on a regular basis. He also talks about the benefits of search engine optimization for visibility and attracting clie…
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Last year we started our Voice Over Conference Calendar here on the channel and it was a hit. I got a lot of feedback, comments on the video last year, and the video and downloadable conference calendar were both well received. So we’re back this year with my 2024 Voice Over Conference Calendar. Again, this list is not meant to be exhaustive or def…
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Today, my guest is audiobook narrator, voice actor, and author, Jim Cooper. Jim shares his experience as a caregiver for his wife Sally during her battle with cancer. He discusses how he wrote a book on cancer caregiving and the impact it had on his wife and their relationship. Jim offers advice for those facing a cancer diagnosis and emphasizes th…
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My guest today can probably best be described as a force. When she's in the room, you know it. She is a successful voice actor. She helps people with branding and Linkedin and networking. And most impressively, she is what I call a moonshot taker. Please welcome to the podcast, my dear friend and work wife, Naked Jen Greenfield. ___________________…
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A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Cris Dukehart is an Audie Nominee and Earphones Award Winner, and has recorded over 300 audiobooks across multiple genres. On this episode we talk about Cris's journey into the VO and audiobook world, and her amazing journey from a little cottage in Pennsylvania to her mountaintop house in the Caribbean. http…
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There are currently at the time we’re filming this, allegations against a specific voiceover coach and demo producer. The concerning part of these allegations is that they’re being made against someone who at one time had a sterling reputation in the voiceover business. They are a highly accomplished voice actor and were for years a trusted coach. …
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Linda Bruno has been doing voiceover for a hot minute. Since the '90s. She started out with big, big dreams and made it all happen. She's voiced national campaigns for AT&T, been the voice of Disney Junior for Southeast Asia, and made a "crapload of money," over the course of her more than 30 year career. I got the chance to chat with her at length…
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This time of year, early January, everybody’s all fired up about their New Year’s resolutions. I hate them. But, I understand them. Typically, New Year’s resolutions involve setting goals, broken down into added behaviors. It’s the psychology of achieving more through doing more, and I myself have subscribed to it for a very long time. But what we …
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Jamie Muffett is one of the smartest people in voice-over. The British expat is an audio engineer, voice actor, coach, conference organizer, and podcaster and that combination of roles gives him a unique and nuanced perspective on our business. In this episode, we learn a little about Jamie as a person and how his voice over story could be called "…
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Welcome to episode 203 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this […]…
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Agent. Actor. Casting Director. Demo Producer. You name it and Tina Morasco has done it and done it all at the highest levels. We've been friends for a couple of years and even I didn't know the depth and breadth of her experience and how that makes her uniquely qualified to be both the Head of Casting at Sound and Fury and the best commercial VO c…
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If you’re like most voice actors, you feel an immense amount of pressure to constantly post content on social media, hoping to use that as a strategy for business development and that takes a ton of time, effort, sweat, and stress. You’ve got to plan it, conceive it, design it, produce it, and schedule it. Omg, no wonder you’re stressed out about i…
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Today, we talk with voice actor Craig Williams. He's a British expat living and working in Houston, TX. Craig has been in voice over for 7 years and brings a unique perspective to the industry because of his upbringing, Scottish heritage, experience as an electrical engineer and club DJ. In today's episode, we chat about all of that, why he's been …
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You have a choice. Keep doing what you’ve been doing and keep getting what you’ve been getting, or decide you’re done with excuses, done with kidding yourself, and done with half-assing your VO career and your life. I said it in last week’s episode there are two kinds of people: those who make excuses and those who make it happen. And the fact of t…
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Jamie Muffett is a voice actor, podcast producer, audio engineer and educator who divides his time between New York City and Philadelphia, PA. He's worked with some of the worlds biggest companies, production studios, and games developers. He work primarily from his own studio in Bucks County, PA, and studios in NYC and Philly. Past and current cli…
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Welcome to episode 202 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this […]…
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If you’re a professional voice actor or audiobook narrator, your job is to stay in the game as long as possible. Voiceover is not a long game. It’s an infinite game. Author Simon Sinek says that in finite games, like football or chess, the players are known, the rules are fixed, and the endpoint is clear. The winners and losers are easily identifie…
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I've been getting a little discouraged lately about the voiceover business. We are hearing stories of lots of people potentially being allegedly hornswoggled by a particular coach. People are making up Zoom calls with celebrities that probably didn't happen. There's La Niña and war and unrest on the world stage and I'm feeling it all heavier in a w…
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