How do I get started in Voice Over?Even old professionals had to start somewhere. What are the absolute basics you need to get started in VO?
Every week I hear from someone who wants to get started doing voice over, but doesn’t know how to begin.
To help the newbie navigate their way into this rewarding career, I’ve created a free guide.
It answers the most common questions everyone has:
What kind of equipment do I need?
I’ll give you the bare-bones equipment list that you will need to get started. (Hint: You can get started for less than $200!)
What is my income potential?
We’ll look at the real numbers that you can expect from a career in VO. We’re not talking fantasy numbers here, real hard figures that you can earn your first year.
How do I get work?
There are literally hundreds of people who want to hire newbies like yourself. They’re hanging out at the watering hole…just waiting to find out about you. I’ll let you know what you need to do.
Do I need a background in radio?
Some of the biggest names in voice over have a background in radio. The rest have never worked in radio. I’ll fill you in on how to make your background work for you either way.
What kind of computer do I need?
The most expensive options aren’t necessarily better. I’ve used the trial and error method to find set my criteria for computer purchases. I’ll let you know exactly what to buy.
Can I record Commercials for Commercials By The Dozen?
I’ll let you know what I’m looking for when we consider bringing voice talent into our line-up.