Before doing anything else, read some books on the business, contact a reputable school or coach, I have mentioned a few in previous blogs, to learn your capabilities. Discuss with them where you might fit in.
- Narration: Many forms of narration (documentaries, corporate videos, internet videos, etc)
- Telephony (phone answering prompts)
- Real estate and virtual tours
You should also be aware that, although your are beginning a business for yourself and your family, You still need to know how to ask questions and follow instructions. This ability will help you when instructors try to teach you basics, booth directors coach you in the booth when auditioning or recording a job or clients tell you what they want. Remember, nobody can do it alone. Trust me on that.
A list to add to others mentioned in previous posts.
- The Art of Voice Acting: The Craft and Business of Performing for Voiceover 5th Edition by James Alburger.
- V-Oh by Mark Cashman
- How to Become a Voice Over Artist by Natalie Roers
Three more coaches you might contact.
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