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(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 and yours to make sure we don’t fall victim to this ignominious event.
If you’ve ever called Voice Coaches, you have no doubt talked with Laura Nelson. We sat down with Laura on Voice Coaches Radio this week. Find out more about the friendly voice you hear on the phone!
Welcome to My Recording Nook
Josh gives you a behind the scenes tour of his personal home studio, including the equipment and sound treatment used to convert a small closet into a serviceable recording nook.
3...2...1...Happy New Year!!
Happy New Year to all of our listeners from Voice Coaches Radio! Let’s make sure we take full advantage of a new year and a new chance to better ourselves and our careers!
The 12 Days of Voice Coaches
With the holidays upon us, Josh decided to get festive and put a voice over spin on the classic Christmas carol, the 12 Days of Christmas; the 12 things in voice over that are so important to me…
You Have Your Demo...Now What?
David Bourgeois joins the program again to talk about one of the most common questions we get at Voice Coaches: what is the most effective way to market myself now that I have my demo?
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I can't get enough of you guys! So much useful info coming from wonderful personalities. I also love that Warrens car says "GIVE". It says a lot including giving his time for a free podcast :D
Good info, love the bloopers
The bloopers make it worth it, every time! lol Nice chemistry, with some professional insights. I like when they answer questions, usually ones I've had myself. Looking forward to hearing more.
Exactly what I was looking for
I love this podcast lots of good advice in here great upbeat hosts not too sales heavy on their services.
I would love to hear more interviews with VoiceOver professionals and story's of how they got started. The length is very short though. There's a good amount of meat in the segments but 30 minutes would be much better. I'd love to hear more about Demos and how to go about creating them. Keep up the great work!