Let’s face it, no one becomes a voice actor because they want to play themselves. Generally speaking, we become actors because like being, or at least playing someone else!
– When character voices are appropriate
– How to make something old new again
– The difference between an impression and an impersonation
– How to use an affectation in nearly any voiceover setting
– How to master original character voices so they can improve your overall performance
– The key components to recall and further develop original character voices
Even if creating character voices isn’t your forte (yet), there’s so much to benefit from developing and playing with original voices.
You won’t find self-direction advice, techniques and tools of the trade more reliable or as well-vetted as you’ll find during this Webinar, unless you coach privately with us!
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