As with any career, you need to invest in training to make it work for you. While some people may be able to learn all they need to know on their own, it is not uncommon for aspiring voice actors to have a coach/mentor help them along the way. Often this will involve sessions that take place in person, but increasingly the industry is online and many coaches are willing to work with their students remotely through platforms such as Zoom and Skype.
Courses are available from a variety of providers, including Udemy, Skillshare and Linkedin Learning. Some are free to access, others require a subscription fee.
In this course, Director Mark Simon explains the industry standards that are expected in a voice session and offers tips to improve anyone’s performance. He also covers the basics of creating a demo reel and preparing for a voice audition.
You will find lessons here on how to improve your vocal range, cure stuttering, develop a deeper voice, and more. There are also exercises that can help you to understand and break down a script, which is an important part of the process for voice actors.
This course will teach you the fundamentals of voice acting and how to forge a successful career in this field. It also looks at the industry as it has evolved into a virtual one and shows how you can secure work globally. Voiceover training