Mic’s Blog

On Words and Being Proactive

Voice actors tend to be lovers of words. I know I am, and in VO life, there's nothing I love more than feasting my eyes on a beautifully or cleverly written script. After 20 years of script reading, I'd say my vocabulary has grown a bit, too. 😉 Reading, in general...

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5 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Head

You know when you can’t get any recording done because your inner critic just won’t shut up? Yeah, me too. It’s the WORST. Don’t get me wrong—there’s a time and a place for that critic! Critically listening back to your performance can help you determine which changes...

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Jacked Up: Remember–Voice Acting is ACTING

Voice acting, like any form of acting, is a form of storytelling. And as with all acting training, the actor takes the craft of storytelling and breaks it all apart. You study each element of the craft (performance, tech, business), you see what you range you have,...

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What To Do When You Feel Overwhelmed

Ever feel overwhelmed? You know... like your brain has too many tabs open? I think it's fair to say we've all been there. It can leave you paralyzed, panicked, and just plain pooped. And when you have VO awesomeness to achieve—auditions, jobs, marketing, demo...

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What To Expect in a Live Voiceover Session

Jumping into a live, directed VO session can be super nerve-wracking, no matter how much experience you have. Those nerves are good news—they mean you care and want to do a good job! But nerves often come from the unknown. What exactly happens in a live voiceover...

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