Kate McClanaghan and Jeff Finney discuss current trends and helpful techniques regarding the voice over industry, and also host interesting interviews with guests.
Do You Consider Yourself a VOICE ACTOR?
Listen to Actors’ SOUND ADVICE seasoned voiceover demo producer/ career coach, Kate McClanaghan offers expert guidance and insight into how to navigating your career as a voiceover. Regardless of your experience level, those auditioning, or most likely to hire you, will assume you’re a professional actor and expect you to know your job both in […]
If It’s Meant To Be
There’s a common misconception in our culture that states if a road proves too difficult then maybe “it wasn’t meant to be.” Instead, I happen to think the opposite might actually be true. If you are on the right path, then you’re likely to face far more opposition than you ever may have imagined. I […]
A Word About Soliciting Feedback (on Your VO Demos)
You may have asked for feedback in the past simply for a lack of anything else to say, and you hadn’t thought it through beyond this point. Or maybe you wanted praise for your remarkable vocal prowess. (It’s only human to require some form of acknowledgement that you’re on the right track.) Yet, if you’re […]
Engaging Your Imagination
Regardless of whether you’re on-camera or off-, engaging your imagination is required of you as a talent. Discover a key element that will assist you with every take, regardless of your skill level, and allow you greater spontaneity, expression and subtle, yet discernable, variety. Discover in this podcast: • The impact on your audience when […]
Ten Ways to Increase Your Confidence as a VO
No matter the industry, commerce is confidence. It’s imperative you instill confidence, often when you feel anything but. And while I’ve never been a fan of the phrase “fake it till you make it”. The fact is, even from the very onset of your career as a talent, involves making those who hire you feel […]
How to ‘Book Out’ for the Holidays
We’re moments away from family reunions, vacations, long weekends, and some well-deserved time off. So, here’s a bit of advice that will keep you in your talent agent’s good graces well beyond the holidays…