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Course Description

Have you ever wanted to be a voice over artist? Well this is your chance. Fiverr Pro Keith Harris has put everything you need to know to start and build a voice over business from home into one fantastic course.

The voice over business consists of three parts; 1) the performance 2) the studio and 3) finding work and keeping clients. This course takes you step by step through each and every section building your skills through homework assignments and practical exercises.

Who should be in voice over? Real people, because companies are looking for “real people” to promote their products and that is why this course is called “Voice Over for Real People”. It is real people do voice over.

If you have wanted to build a home business, enjoy talking and are a regular real person – this course will give you everything you need to know to develop and build a significant business in voice over.


Can anyone become a voice actor?
You do not need a “special” sounding voice to be a voice actor but not everyone can be a voice over actor. In order to become a voice actor, you must be coachable, willing to learn, take feedback from engineers and clients, and spend time building your skills each week. The good news is that the pieces that make up a voice over business are simple and companies are looking for regular everyday people to promote their products.

How do you become a voice over talent?


The voice over business consists of three basic parts; your performance at the microphone, your studio equipment, and getting hired. While the initial learning curve can be slightly overwhelming at first, once set up a business is very easy and enjoyable to run. What it really takes to be a voice over talent is a commitment to practice and develop your skills each week. You can build a nice voice over business working as little as 5 hours a week.

What equipment do I need to record voice over?
The basic setup for recording voice over is a computer and a microphone. There are many high quality and affordable options that make entering the voice over industry quite accessible to new talent. You do not need a brand new or even a powerful computer as recording audio does not require a lot of computing power. Many good microphones will plug into your computer via a USB cable. The software required for recording voice over is free.

What kind of education do you need to be a voice actor?
No particular level of education is required to become a voice over artist but you do need to be able to read and be willing to develop the skill, if you don’t have it already, to read out loud. Reading out loud is not easy for everyone but with practice, it is a skill that anyone can master. You do not need to be an audio engineer to record great audio from home and the technological aspects of recording voice over are simple plug and play devices.

Can voice actors work from home?
One of the great benefits of the voice over industry is that most of the work is performed from home or if you travel often, you can also record from a hotel room. The internet and the digital age have revolutionized the voice over industry and as such, you can record from anywhere in the world, deliver your recording to anywhere in the world, and get paid instantly. This kind of accessibility has created a brilliant second income or even significant new career for voice over artists.

Are voice over services in demand?
There is more work available in the voice over market than there is good talent. This is not a get rich quick or maybe even a get rich ever kind of business but there is never a bad time to enter the world of voice over and the amount of work available keeps growing every year. More and more products and services are talking and for each product or service that talks a voice over artist is needed to record those lines.


Course SyllabusCHAPTER 1
Welcome to the world of Voice Over

1. Introduction
Lesson DownloadsCHAPTER 2
What Is Voice Over?

2. Myth Busting (3:18)
3. Where is all the money? (2:55)
Quiz: What Is Voice OverCHAPTER 3
The Voice Over Performance

4. A Conversation With One Person (3:34)
5. Vocal Warm Up (3:43)
6. Breaking Down the Delivery Components (4:22)
7. Nailing the Feel (4:56)
8. Hitting or Noticing Words (3:28)
9. Becoming an Actor (3:27)
10. The Magic of Lists (4:35)
11. Five Key Characters (4:03)
12. Tongue Twisters (4:03)
13. Mic Technique and Studio Etiquette (5:53)
Quiz: Voice Over PerformanceCHAPTER 4
Case Studies

14. Education in Mauritius (3:13)
15. The Ventsar ColorTouch (6:05)
16. Dodge Maps (4:16)
Quiz: case StudiesCHAPTER 5
The Home Studio

17. Check List (2:46)
18. Microphones (6:34)
19. Preamps (2:52)
20. Finishing the Check List (4:33)
21. Creating Your Recording Space (4:58)
22. Sound Proof Booths (3:34)
Quiz: Home StudioCHAPTER 6
Closing

23. Practice and Review (2:59)
Quiz: ClosingCHAPTER 7
Recording and Editing

24. Live Recording Session (10:02)
25. Adding Music (6:41)
26. Placing Audio into a Video (6:11)
27. Extra Services (4:23)
Quiz: Recording & EditingCHAPTER 8
Making a Demo

28. Your Demo is your Business Card (5:49)
29. Designing your Demo (2:30)
30. Recording Your Demo (3:26)
Quiz: Making a DemoCHAPTER 9
Self Employment

31. Customer Service (4:38)
32. Expectations and Delivery (3:58)
33. Storage and Organization (3:32)
34. Gig Photo and the Fiverr Forum (3:56)
Quiz: Self EmploymentCHAPTER 10
Vocal Health

35. Water and Sleep (4:16)
36. Recording When Sick (4:17)
Quiz: Vocal HealthCHAPTER 11
Staying Motivated

37. Setting Goals (2:53)
38. Daily Schedule and Fiverr Forum (4:06)
39. Nerves (2:53)
40. Bonus Vocal Exercises (3:58)
41. Take a Break (1:51)
Quiz: Staying MotivatedCHAPTER 12
Summary

Course Summary (1:34)CHAPTER 13
Final Quiz






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