Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2007«

New Free Audition Management System

October 30, 2007 by

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Do you handle castings where you have to get large and cumbersome MP3 files via email? Do you want to save time and look more professional? Voice123 allows you to handle all your voice over castings in just one place, for FREE. Any talent you want can submit an audition for your project, even if […]

Your Stats

October 16, 2007 by

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Hello all, We have released a new feature that allows you see some interesting stats about your Voice123 usage and how they compare to all other Premium Subscribers of Voice123. The new feature is called My Private Stats. Among other things, it includes information on invitations, auditions and proposals submitted, and ratings. To see your […]

VoiceOverPedia.org – The Voice Industry Encyclopedia

October 11, 2007 by

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Hello everyone! You can be part of what could become the biggest innovation of the industry this year: VoiceOverPedia.org – The Voice Industry Encyclopedia (http://voiceoverpedia.org). VoiceOverPedia is a web-based encyclopedia experiment for the voice over industry. It will be collaboratively written by its readers on a interactive type of website called a wiki that makes […]

SaVoa’s Accreditation Program for Voice Over Artists

October 5, 2007 by

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On September 23rd, non-for-profit SaVoa launched a new accreditation program for voice over artists. SaVoa’s accreditation process is similar to that in other professions. It is based on peer review – voice talents assess voice talents. Three-member panels are selected at random from SaVoa’s membership of accredited voice talents. Using a predetermined accreditation criteria, each […]

Learning the skills, no matter what your level (By Debbie Munro)

October 2, 2007 by

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When I began my venture into the world of voice I was under the impression that I was a natural. When it came to theatre I was correct. Aced every audition I ever went to…so I just assumed that this would carry me through into anything, such as film/TV and Voice. Boy was I wrong. […]