Suggested Blogs & Videos: Voices Resources

We've got so much great content on Voices designed to help you get the most out of your own skills and abilities. As you meet and mingle with your fellow members of the Voices community here on the forum, we've compiled a few collections of blog posts and videos to help guide you through your professional journey and help you land that dream project.

Check out these posts throughout the forum, then feel free to add your own input and advice to the discussions.

Hear directly from members of the community with Voices Talent Success Stories: https://community.voices.com/discussion/11/voices-talent-success-stories#latest

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro looking to constantly improve, we've got tips available in our Voice Acting Guides: https://community.voices.com/discussion/10/voice-acting-guides#latest

Consistency is key when it comes to being a professional. Being able to deliver high quality projects on a regular basis starts with taking care of your voice and tuning your vocal instrument. Check out some Voice Over Warmups & Tips: https://community.voices.com/discussion/12/voice-over-tips-warmups#latest

For Voice Actors, the right microphone is the most important piece of equipment to build a studio around. Learn about styles, sizes, and models in a variety of ranges in Microphones 101: https://community.voices.com/discussion/13/mic-check-best-style-and-fit-for-your-voice#latest

Audio quality is a vital component to creating great projects, and a proper home studio setup ensures your work is produced at a professional level. Learn more about Home Studio Setups: https://community.voices.com/discussion/14/home-studio-setup#latest

This is just the beginning of the treasure trove of ideas, information, and access you can find on the Voices blog and YouTube channel. Check both regularly for more updates and resources to help take your career to the next level with Voices!

Comments

  • ksmars
    ksmars Member, Voices_Premium
    First Comment

    Thanks for starting this and promoting all the discussions and assistance as a result. I am 82 years old and am pretty new to the Voice-over field. I am a retired Psychologist but have always felt, and wanted, to use my deep voice for something. I took some classes and love Voiceover. Looking forward to learning and experiencing more.

  • Andrew Zuber
    Andrew Zuber Administrator
    25 Likes 10 Comments First Answer Photogenic

    Welcome @ksmars and thank you for joining! It's never too late to start your journey.

  • huynhthingoc-tram
    huynhthingoc-tram Member, Voices_Guest
    First Comment

    Không có kiến thức và kinh nghiệm về lĩnh vực giọng nói thì tôi cần bắt đầu thế nào ?