Module 3 – Auditioning & Demos “How To Cut A Demo And Provide Auditions – That Will Make You Stand Out From The Crowd!” Discover the secrets to auditioning like a PRO » Members login to view this content. (Not a member? Join today!) No related posts found voiceoveradmin2023-06-20T11:20:47-06:00 10 Comments Nicholas Terry April 5 at 7:40 pm (First post)…This may be addressed somewhere else, but I can’t find it… When doing a cartoon demo, what is best? For example, I do Mickey Mouse (and have spent about five years getting it as perfect as I think and what others agree)…so would I just read copy as Mickey or would i try and edit in some other audio? I have listened to a lot of the pros online and all their demos are actual recordings of cartoons that have aired. The same goes for many of the other voices I can do, as well as original characters. Thanks for the advice and thank you for this site, its fantastic! Nicholas Terry April 7 at 1:45 pm Any tips on cartoon demo? I’ve listened to a lot of pros online and it sounds like most of them use actual projects they’ve done. For example, I do Mickey Mouse (spent about 5 years perfecting it)…what are your thoughts on laying this down in my cartoon demo? Adding music and perhaps writing my own copy? Thanks in advance. Terry Daniel April 7 at 1:55 pm Hi Nick, Thanks for the comment and question. If you are thinking of doing any kind of a demo, you should get it produced by a professional voiceover coach. I can help you with that. Send me an e-mail if you are interested. Thanks again! Jonathan Coritna September 9 at 4:37 pm This is John, I’ve imitating cartoon voices since I was young. I have always had comical personality. I have been dreaming of being a voice actor ever since. I started recording my audio clips and videos of my voices. So far I have posted them on Voice.com and ExploreTalent.com. I really want to stay away from money seeking agents and present myself. I am on facebook as well, which I posted of video clip of voices that I can do. Need some positive feedback. Wendy F Baines November 5 at 10:48 pm God evening, this is Wendy Faye. I just wanted to send a quick note of thanks to you. This evening, I listened to the segments on an Agency Audition Notices, outstanding! Both were excellent! Clear, concise, and very informative. Thank you Terry, and continued success Terry Daniel November 6 at 11:10 am Thank you Wendy! We appreciate your support! We are working on adding more modules in the coming weeks as well! :-) james smith December 27 at 7:06 am i have been in media radio/tv since 1971 but never tempted voice over i have worked country as snuffy smith and black gospel and plan on getting involved in voice over any help would greatly be appreciated by the way i am of african american culture but many say if you didn’t see me you may mistake me as another culture it has its uniqueness…thanks for help cornerstonejames Marcelino Vazquez January 18 at 7:06 pm Grrrreeaat advice & instruction! (Can’t you just hear Tony the Tiger!) Read over practice scripts & going over them to give different interpretations til our next session. Looking forward to it. Thanks again, Marc. V. Matthew Costis January 24 at 12:51 pm I’m a student at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting since 2008 I have Adobe Audition C56. An audio console and a condenser Mic.Just need leads. thank you. Tom O'Neal November 11 at 11:28 am I’ve been in the broadcast business for more than 40 years and have been doing voice-overs for radio, and have done dozens of narrations for video. I recently moved back to Indiana and would like a light load of production to keep me busy. I’m set up studio-wise and ready to add to my client list. I’m very good at what I do. I was with WXOW-TV in La Crosse, Wisconsin for 30 years – recording from my home. Any suggestions? I’d be happy to provide my references via a phone call as there are too many to type out right now. Thanks in advance, Tom O’Neal Comments are closed.