Mic’s Blog

7 Things You Should Do Before Every Voiceover Session

Let's talk session prep. It's so important to be as prepared as possible when working with your clients. Follow these steps to make your sessions more relaxing and fun - all while knocking your client's socks off! 1). Bring your A Game. Professionalism never goes out...

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What You Need to Start Your VO Journey

Getting started is often the hardest part of any process—including starting your VO journey. Usually, it’s doubt and fear that stop us from getting the ball rolling. (“What if I’m not good enough?” “What if I can’t do this?”) Spoiler alert: You are good enough and...

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Jacked Up: Voice Acting on VO’s “Bare Stage”

Recently, I had a class where for the first time, I couldn’t see the students. I was home sick, participating via Skype. Listening without seeing students allowed me to focus completely on what the student actors said. And I heard other things, too. There was calm...

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Read to Express, Not Impress

When you step into the booth, do you find yourself overthinking? Worrying about what everyone else in the room is thinking? Worrying about how you’ll do—if you’ll read too fast, too slow, or if you’ll “mess up?” Overcoming overthinking takes practice, but learning to...

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