It began with a train ride from Grand Central Station in New York to Yale University in New Haven. My mission: to speak to a group of pre-Med and pre-Health students; members of a national organization called MedX, whose mission is to explore the healthcare field from an array of interdisciplinary, holistic perspectives. Objective: to pose the question: is medical narration just icing on the cake?
On Saturday, December 2, 2017, I have the distinct pleasure of being a guest voiceover coach at the VO Pro on the Go workshop, which is happening at three different studios in NYC from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
If you’re interested in attending and mention my name, you can get a 10% discount off the registration fee.
What equipment did you purchase? Where did you decide to set up your studio?
I’d love to see it. So, if you’re on Twitter or Instagram, feel free to tag me in a photo of it: @DebbieIrwinVO. Btw, my Instagram account will be fully active come Saturday, August 1st, with posts every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. :-)
OK, so, now let’s get to work. And by work I mean PRACTICE. As you study and practice, practice, practice the craft of voiceovers, you’ll be learning how to:
Last week I encouraged you to take Peter O’Connoll’s Voiceover Entrance Exam and you’ve returned! That tells me that you believe you’re suited for this business; so let me help you #BeHeard. For this installment of #VOnow I’d like to share a few things Dave Courvoisier, a friend, super VO talent, and Las Vegas Newscaster, recently wrote: