Introduction to voice acting online:How to Audition for Amateur Voice Acting Roles

  • Posted on: 13 March 2011
  • By: Azure

 How to audition for online voice acting projects


If you're on this site then there's a chance that you want to get involved in amateur voice acting, or you might be looking for voice actors. This guide is for AVAs looking to audition, but might also be of use for those of you posting auditions so you can understand how the process works. Amateur voice acting roles are usually recorded in each actor's own home, they then send the files to the project creator ( often called a producer), who mixes everything together. Very rarely does any AVA part require travel or for the participants to meet.


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I'm a voice over artist, with my own home recording facilities, and I record and edit my own work.

I am self taught and pretty comfortable with what I can do, but I'd really like more in depth knowledge about recording and editing voice, to hopefully open up career options for myself.

Does anyone know of a course that can help me with this? full time, part time, or even just a week. Anything would be helpful really.




Introduction to voice acting online: Low budget microphones

  • Posted on: 23 April 2008
  • By: Azure

The cheaper your equipment the longer you have to spend editing it before you can send it out. This tutorial covers the ultra-cheap labour intensive method. If you haven‘t voice acted before or don’t intend to often there‘s no point spending a lot of moneyIf you’ve read the previous article in the series you’ll know the kind of projects you can get involved with. Now we’re going to talk about the kind of microphone you need to get started .  The type of software you use, and the microphone you record make a massive difference to the way you sound.