New York City, NY (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Edge Studio is the leader in many voice-over innovations. They are consistently creating new resources for voice over talent and production clients. One such resource is Voice-Over TalkTime. Voice-Over TalkTime is a free open call every Sunday night where like-minded people share and discuss different topics relating to the voice-over industry.
TalkTime calls have no set outline – rather callers are given a theme and then have freedom to take that discussion wherever it leads to. Callers are welcome to introduce themselves or remain anonymous. Calls are designed to create discussions, answer questions about voice over jobs, network, and build lasting relationships with peers in the industry. One of Edge Studio’s most popular themes is TopicTalk in which there is an open platform to discuss a controversial topic relating to the voice over industry. The more controversial the topic, the more lively the discussion and the more interest the calls have. Controversial topics in prior calls have included ethics conversations, rate discussions, and other subjects where callers often appreciate that they can remain anonymous.
There is no fee to attend a call and the calls are open to everyone from beginners to seasoned veterans in the voice over industry. Everyone is welcome. “The only requirement of these calls is for those involved to be interested in voice over in some shape or form. The goal is to bring people together and let them share ideas, ask questions, and network” said David Goldberg, owner and director of Edge Studio. “Voice talent want to connect to share ideas and opinions. Voice-Over TalkTime just gives them the platform to do this.”
About Edge Studio:
Edge Studio specializes in production of voice recordings, and voice over training of new and established voice actors, narrators and other spoken-word performers. Edge Studio facilities have produced or recorded more than 13,000 voiceover projects, spanning all genres.
Edge Studio has facilities in around the country and regularly produces and trains remotely via telephone, ISDN, Internet, Skype, and other technologies.