Creating a VoiceOver Demo
Your Voiceover Demo is the crucial tool to making your way into voiceover…and it must be done well.
If you’re wanting to make a demo, you need to know who you are as a voice artist, and what it is about your voice that those casting are listening for.
Many people ask me if they can ‘make their own demo’. This is not ideal. In fact, all the amateur demos I’ve ever heard completely miss the mark.
That’s why you need to find a coach or a voiceover producer who is working in the mainstream, to help guide you, to give you insider knowledge of the industry, suggest where you might fit and help you put together samples of the kind of work you do best and would be most likely to be cast doing.
Getting expert training and having a demo produced is not cheap. You want to create a demo that makes you sound as though you are already a working voiceover artist.
You could expect to pay $1,000-$1,500 to create a professional sounding demo that gets listed to.
But like any business that you want to make a start it, you need to make an investment. You also want to make sure you get a return on that investment.
Once you know what you have to offer and how to deliver great work
Material from the studio practice sessions will make it easy for us to craft a demo that’s unique and memorable.
So, if this is just what you’ve been looking for…what do you want to do next?
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