The goal is to offer those interested in voice acting a real starting place.
Albany, NY (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
Voice Coaches, a national leader in one-on-one voice over training and demo development, has published the e-book titled 'Voice Overs: Where Do I Begin?'. The book, written from the perspective of a voice over producer, offers realistic insight into this growing field.
“We wanted to give people a high-quality, complimentary resource that is actually valuable,” commented Voice Coaches president David Bourgeois. “Though opportunities in the field are expanding, it’s important for interested individuals to have a realistic, non-sensationalized perspective instead of get-rich-quick banter.”
One of the most unique and appealing aspects of the book is that it is written from the perspective of clients and producers, allowing aspiring voice over artists to see the field through the eyes of those who do the hiring.
“The goal is to offer those interested in voice acting a real starting place. Many readers may find the voice over field appealing, while others may learn that our field is not exactly what they expected. Either way, it’s a great place to begin,” added Bourgeois.
The book includes invaluable information, resources, comments from a variety of professionals, and some great industry pros and cons. If voice acting interests you, download 'Voice Overs: Where Do I Begin?' at voicecoaches.com.
Voice Coaches provides voice over training, individualized voice evaluation, voice over demo development, and follow-up support to clients across the U.S., Canada and abroad.