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    30 Responses to “Getting Started”

    1. June 8
      Bill Sleeper @ 12:29 am

      Can’t wait to sign up! Please let me know when there is more functionality.

      Thanks in advance!

      Bill Sleeper
      Voiceover Artist
      (503) 901-0454
      The Voice That’s Yours!

    2. July 9
      Rayna Nielsen @ 10:42 am

      I will definitely be checking back. I am very interested in learning more about the voice over world and how to get into it.

    3. July 12
      Craig Edgington @ 6:37 pm

      The concept for this website appears to be most promising, and I am looking forward to the day that it is fully operational.

    4. August 15
      Nandu Bhende @ 9:34 pm

      Looking forward to the website being fully operational.
      All the best from India!

    5. August 26
      Ron Baldwin @ 8:50 pm

      I am looking forward to signing up and getting started, I will be checking back, Thanks.

    6. September 4
      David @ 7:50 am

      Count me in!

    7. September 12
      Scott @ 2:09 pm

      I look forward to it!

    8. October 1
      Mark Sullivan @ 9:31 pm

      I am doing research on getting started in the VO business. Yes you can tell I have done research, I am already using VO! I am looking for the best way to break in to the business. There is too much information out there. My head is spinning. I know I have the voice for a certain niche, but I need help from a pro to point me in the right direction. I am 48 years old, so I need to get serious and do it fast. I have been working in the oil exploration field for 16 years and have lost the passion and physical ability for the job.
      I am really looking for a pro, Not a sales person to sell me a training package.
      [email protected]
      Thanks

      • October 2
        Terry Daniel @ 8:37 am

        Thank you for your honest comments, Mark. I did send you an e-mail last last night.

    9. October 7
      Andres @ 3:46 pm

      Hey, I wanna be the voice over for trailers…it is very exciting when you go to watch movies and they explode your mind with this marvelous voice wich makes come again later…I’d go to theaters just to watch movie trailers, even if the movie is not good at all….expectation is what they do, and I want my voice to be part of this…teach me, teach me!!!!

    10. November 9
      wayne @ 11:07 pm

      Waiting patiently – please keep me posted..

    11. November 9
      wayne @ 11:16 pm

      Looking forward to becoming a member – please keep me posted

    12. December 10
      Karen @ 7:29 pm

      I like Mark have done alot of research and dont have time to waste turning 50 in April and this has always been one of my passion. I am always being told why dont I go into VO Well frankly with takng care of my family I now must take care of my self. I hope this site will get me that much closer to a job interview..loking forward to becoming a member.
      Karen

    13. September 12
      Pravin Upadhye @ 2:02 am

      I am keenly intrested to do voice over job , for which i require training and guidline as how i should apply.

    14. February 24
      Tina Osuocha @ 12:26 am

      Iam interested in traing for voice over.my phone number 608-622-3335

    15. April 25
      Danee' Akason @ 10:38 pm

      Breaking into this market has been on my mind for some time now.
      I am interested in doing voice overs. Thank you for the information you have shared and I will keep following your progress here.
      Sincerely,
      Danee’ Akason

    16. May 29
      Lonnie James @ 6:23 am

      They call me LJ and I am blessed with a deep warm Barry White type voice.All of my 20’s and 30’s I played on the road in different bands, I’ve work as barber/hairdresser for over 30 years.I have a full studio with Pro Tools9,21in Mac.Let me stop I need help please.Thank you if You will.PS don’t let the age fool you I keep myself in good shape.

    17. July 15
      Spoons58 @ 10:19 pm

      I have been playing with this Idea for a while now ,and would love to get started.I think I need to find a good school in the area,Right? To take lessons in the basics.Right? See Im not sure, but it would seem I definitely need some professional advice….

      Thxs Spoons58

      • July 16
        Terry Daniel @ 4:42 pm

        Hi there,

        You just need a good coach, who can provide you lessons and produce you a professional demo. That person is me! I can send you some information. Thanks for writing in.

    18. August 26
      John @ 8:01 am

      Hello Terry Thanks for the insight on the VO business. I have a demo tape I would like you to listen to. It is only 3 minutes long. Will you give me your professional opinion.
      I also need a coach, you may be the person I’m looking for.
      Thanks

      • August 26
        Terry Daniel @ 8:06 am

        Hi John!

        If it’s three minutes long, we may have to redo it. Demos should only be about a minute long. I can send you some information on coaching/demo production. Thanks for writing! 🙂

    19. September 24
      Charles Gnaegy @ 5:11 pm

      I just read where you said 3 min. is too long for a demo; please give some specific instructions on how to proceed.
      Thanks

      • September 24
        Terry Daniel @ 6:20 pm

        Hi Charles!

        Thank you for your comments. Demos should be approximately 60 seconds long. I produce demos as well. I will send you some information.

    20. January 2
      Dethrick @ 3:47 pm

      I am wanting to take a jab at the voice-over world as well. I do have a mic and audacity at home so that I can practice. I was wondering were can I find scripts to practice and what are the cost for a one on one professional coach?

    21. May 9
      Mark J @ 1:49 pm

      Have been told for many years that I should be on the radio. Never believed it. Currently do tech support for XBox. looking for a change and I’m totally excited about getting started in the VO industry. I would appreciate a little more info. Thanks!

    22. January 1
      Carl @ 7:35 pm

      Love the point about needing more than a good voice to do well in voice overs… Along with the marketing and business stuff goes a couple of other vital element too I’ve come to appreciate. The Brain & Ears are crucial. I actually wrote an article on it last week so I’m a little on the case at the moment.

    23. March 21
      pismobeach72 @ 7:31 am

      I have looked into the VO business and have done some minor research on it. I know it takes a lot of time and money to find your niche in the business. I have been told by many people that I should do VO because I have many different voices. What advice do you have for someone who wants to do this as a side gig….and where can I find a coach that can perfect my characters??

      Thanks in advance

      • March 21
        VOC @ 8:38 am

        It’s been said that the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step, and we believe that Voice Over Club is that step for budding voice actors like yourself. The members area is full of “how to” videos to help you get started off on the right foot, and avoid making costly mistakes that waste time and energy. We also offer coaching to a few students each month – so please visit our “Get Coaching” page for more information!

    24. July 24
      Kevin Bulger @ 5:18 am

      Hello Terry, thanks for your time could I get you to send me some information about demos like prices, and maybe about the type of equipment that i would need to get for doing voice overs at home? Again thanks for your time and any help you can send me.