Interested in the Voice Over Industry and not sure where to start?

We’re back for a new year with our next Introduction to Voice Over Weekend Workshops being held on February 20 & 21.

If you can’t wait until then to learn more about your voice and the voice over industry you can book in for a 1:1 session (in studio or online)

Just starting out?

Professional voices are not just heard on TV and radio these days, you’ll find them in many more places, like online corporate video, Video games, telephone message-on-hold services, on the tram, animations and Podcasts to name a few!

We’ll explore this as part of the Introduction to Voice Over course delivered by industry professionals Cecelia Ramsdale and Andy Wells.
(You can read more about them on the About us page)

The introduction workshop workshop now has a new format, including a 2hour group Zoom video session, 5hour in-studio session and follow up Zoom/Skypse session. This will equip you with the basic skills and knowledge needed to start on a pathway towards getting the most out of your voice including;

Understanding Voice Over styles

Learning techniques to get more control of your voice

Working in a studio setting with professional microphones

Tips and tricks for interpreting scripts

Creating character voices

Avenues to explore to gain experience working with your voice

How the Voice Over industry works

No previous experience is necessary to undertake the Introduction to Voice Over weekend workshop.

Places are limited to 5 participants per session so head over to the Course Dates page to register.

But wait, there’s more…

We also offer other services on offer to those who are just starting out or looking to improve their skills as a voice over artist.    Perhaps you’d like help putting a demo together to showcase your voice or would like additional coaching to ‘level up’.   Head over to our ‘1 on 1 Voice Coaching‘ page for more details.

If you have any questions, we’re here to answer them.  Feel free to get in touch via our contact form, Facebook page or by calling the number in the top right of the page.