My name is Michael Nagy, and I am a voice over artist, dedicated to VO.
In the spirit of “paying it forward”, these articles are an attempt to ease the way forward for those of you who are just starting out, or even for those more seasoned veterans looking for an alternate way to accomplish something.
Yes, there are people out there trying to dupe you out of your earnings. Some are extremely clever, and will prey on your desire to work!
The old adage goes that you should be trying to submit seven to ten auditions a day. But as a voice over artist, what should you do with all those files?
As an author looking to publish an audiobook, searching for your narrator may seem like a daunting prospect... But it doesn't have to be!
Thinking of making the leap into voice over? From equipment to training, here's all the information you need to start your voice over career!
Voice over frequently has you auditioning for jobs, reading scripts the client provides. But should you read the entire script, or just a part of it?
Profiles on Voquent automatically give you badges. Here is a list of what badges are available, and how to get them.
Get to know the different types of projects requiring voice overs. Both clients and talent need to be familiar with them.
Use these terms to provide suitable descriptors for your demos. Clients search on them, so it is in your best interest to provide them!