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Eat It Up
This week, we answer a question from a listener about what to eat, and what not to eat, when preparing for a voice over gig. We go over some of the usual suspects to steer clear of, but also some less known foods to avoid, and what you should be eating and drinking instead.
Producing Your Demo
Josh answers an email question from loyal listener Tina about recording and producing her own demo.
Should I Lose My Accent?
In this week’s episode of Voice Coaches Radio, Josh discusses the issue of accents. The former Bostonian got rid of his Boston accent after college, but is that really necessary to succeed in voice over?
Voice Coaches Radio #465 -Real World Conversational Reading
We talk a lot about the importance of sounding conversational on Voice Coaches Radio. In this week’s episode, Josh discusses a real world example of this from a recent job where sounding conversational was required.
Warm It Up!
Before any strenuous physical activity, you no doubt will stretch and warm up to make sure that you are ready and to help prevent injuries. As it turns out, this also should be true before you perform voice over work! This week we go through some warmup exercises to help get you ready to read... View Article
(Don't be a) Quitter's Day
According to research, January 19 is the day that most people are likely to quit their New Year’s resolutions. It has even been dubbed “Quitter’s Day.” Today we check in on our resolutions as voice actors to help make sure we don’t fall victim to this ignominious event.