No one becomes a voice actor because they want to play themself. Generally speaking, we become actors because like being, or at least playing someone else.
Even if creating character voices isn’t your forte (yet), there’s so much to benefit from developing and playing with them. And we’ll play 3 times more than we did during the last Webinar!
– What’s needed & wanted on an Animation & Game demo
– What ISN’T needed & wanted on an Animation & Game demo
– When are character voices & affectations most appropriate to play
– Reliable tips on how to build original character voices
– How to recall original character voices for future reference & development
PLUS, get our exclusive Character Checklist that will help you recall original characters you’re creating for future reference and development.
You won’t find training, 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!
The Terms of Service Agreement for this Webinar and its contents are a legally binding contract between you, the Actors’ SOUND ADVICE Masterclass Webinar participant, and Kate McClanaghan, Jeff Finney, and Actors’ SOUND ADVICE (ASA). Any repurposing or resale, or any unauthorized use or reuse, whether in part or whole, of the contents in print, recording, practice, distribution, or redistribution, beyond the original intent to further the individual participants’ voiceover or acting performance skills, is subject to legal action and arbitration. All contents imparted, implied, and/or delivered during this and all related presentations, coaching sessions, blogs, webinars, podcasts, and publications are fully protected Intellectual Property (IP) and owned exclusively by Kate McClanaghan, Jeff Finney and Actors’ SOUND ADVICE. Copyright © 2018 by Kate McClanaghan. All Rights Reserved.