Making Money In Your PJs: Freelancing for Voice-Overs and Other Solopreneurs
This book by Paul Strikwerda is neither a “get-rich-quick by doing voice-overs guide,” nor a step-by-step course that will take the reader from voice-over novice to top talent in three days. Rather, it is a practical, personal, and often humorous account of what life is like behind the mic. It’s written with insight, intelligence, and a healthy dose of “snarcasm.”
More than Just a Voice: The Real Secret to Voiceover Success
There is no other voice-over book on the market with more practical advice on every page, than this book: The first section of the book gets right to the heart of the matter with some of the nuts ‘n’ bolts of the business of voiceovers: • 5 Reasons Not to Produce Your Own Demo • 7 Essential Reminders Before You Send That Audition • There Is No Downtime • Finding Great Copy Part Two of the book focuses on the importance of seeking constant coaching and staying abreast of new methods: the “continuing education” part of every profession.
The Voice Over Startup Guide
In this book you’ll gain access to the exclusive world of professional voice-over in seven simple steps. Voice-over actor Chris Agos walks you through the most effective ways to earn money in today’s professional voice-over industry. You’ll gain a clearly-defined map of the industry that will open up opportunities you’d never have thought possible. What’s more, we’ve included sample scripts and audio tracks of every important voice over style, so you can hear how the professionals do it.
There's Money Where Your Mouth Is
This outstanding handbook by Elaine A. Clark explains how to launch a career and work in the field of professional voice-overs. Along with sample commercials and script copy, the author gives advice on vocal exercises, self-promotion, and business matters. Chapters cover everything from breaking into the industry, getting an agent, and marketing your talent to exercises in voice aerobics, melody and tempo, and delivering believable narration. Copy basics, layering techniques, and commercial and stylized characters are also discussed.
V-Oh!: Tips, Tricks, Tools and Techniques to Start and Sustain Your Voiceover Career
V-Oh! Reveals hundreds of practical and insightful tools that any voice actor– from newbie to seasoned pro– can use to give them an advantage in the competitive world of voiceover. Award-winning producer Marc Cashman takes his 35 years of experience in V-O production and examines it from different perspectives, offering new angles on mastering necessary skills, dealing with the business side of the industry, and showcasing realistic ways of navigating through the landscape of voiceover in the 21st century.
Voiceovers: A Super Business ∙ A Super Life
Joshua Alexander’s new book “Voiceovers: A Super Business ∙ A Super Life” is a compendium of everything this Voice Talent has learned in nearly 30 years of voiceovers, and almost two decades running multiple successful businesses. Featuring rich business insights balanced with hilarious satirical observations and anecdotes in the style of Dave Barry and Steven Wright, Joshua’s comedic outlook on life is sure to bring you valuable Information and direction, along with immeasurably encouraging motivation and inspiration in the pursuit of your own voiceover dreams and goals.