Make Money in Audiobooks: A Voice-Over Workshop
Voice-over is not just TV and radio commercials. Audiobooks are the biggest voice-over growth industry in the last decade. Audiobook voice-over work can be a solid source of income and is enormously gratifying. Learn how to voice fiction and nonfiction books. Find out about equipment and software you need for your home studio, and how to set it up cost effectively. Explore different styles of voicing nonfiction (history, biography, science, e-books, self-help, etc.). Learn how to bring a novel to life, which requires a narrator and suggestions of character voices. Find out how to market your talent. Bill Smith of The Acting Studio, coaches all niches of VO. In the last few years, dozens of his VO students have voiced audiobooks, for pay, for the national company ACX.com. Whether your goal is to build a career in voice-over or to volunteer for organizations like Learning Alley (which produces recordings for the blind and dyslexic), this workshop will get you going. Must have access to a computer between sessions for homework.
|Dates:||June 10 - July 8, 2020
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|Meets:||Four Wed., 6:30-9:30PM Begins 06/10; Skips 7/1 |
|Location:||ONLINE: Via Skype|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||$15 materials fee pay payable in class. Class time is in MT. The interactive class will be offered by Skype. A headset or earphones for your computer are preferable, but not essential. Make sure you have installed Skype on your computer. The instructor will send more specific instructions for participating in the class once you register.|
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