By now, you've already attended voiceover classes, set up your studio, and maybe even scored a few new voiceover gigs.
But there's even more to learn. Especially from articles written by voiceover talent. I love reading these stories because the voice talent write about the voiceover business from their perspective; their own humble beginnings, their own exposure to the studio, to producers, and everyone in between. Plus, they take the time to share what they've learned along the way.
Deborah Puette is one of those talent; and she has written an excellent article for Backstage - The Actor's Resource (an online resource). She writes about her experiences in making a voice demo - from start to finish - including mics, marketing, agents, and auditions.
Story courtesy of Backstage