What if there was a simple, step-by-step way to start a new career or money hobby as a voice over artist working from home in less time than you ever dreamed possible?
What if you had crystal-clear clarity, a proven blueprint and a roadmap to show you exactly what to do first, second, third to get started?
What if you had a caring and supportive team of coaches and experts to take you by the hand to show you exactly what to do?
Not too long ago, having a great voice over career was reserved for a small group of insiders and celebrities with access to the best auditions and jobs.
It was hard, if not impossible, to become a member of this exclusive club and you had to sound like Richard Burton or god to get in.
Women and people of color were mostly excluded and home studio equipment cost a fortune.
Today, all that’s changed.
The voice over business is booming with opportunities in over 14 niche markets. You can buy a great sounding microphone for a hundred bucks and set up a home studio for next to nothing.
But that’s created a whole new set of problems.
Voice talent shopping malls like Voices.com and Voice 123 have made it possible for almost anyone to call themselves a voice talent and get into the business. How do you stand out from the competition?
And while home studio equipment is now very affordable, the dizzying array of choices can leave you dazed and confused.
How do you find the best niche for your voice? Make a competitive demo? Direct yourself? Find agents and voice buyers? Set your rates?
How do you get started? Where do you begin?