Become A Voiceover Artist ... with our Weekend Workshop
Weekend Intensive Voiceover Training Course, 15-16 October, 2022
9:30am-4:30pm both days
Where: Perform Australia Studios, 11 Whyalla St, Fyshwick ACT 2609
Have you been dreaming of getting into voiceover artistry? Join our weekend intensive - and speak your way to voiceover success!
In this two-day workshop, you'll gain an understanding of the fundamentals of voiceover artistry, and how to use your voice in a commercial environment. You'll learn about the key skills a voice artist needs:
How to discuss a voiceover brief with an employer
How to analyse a voiceover script
How to perform with a range of vocal styles, such as the 'hard sell', the 'soft sell', corporate voices and character voices
How to conduct a cold read
What equipment you need as a voiceover artist
How to use microphones and recording devices effectively
and much more
Voiceover skills are workplace skills, and are a great add-on for the actor, YouTuber, presenter/speaker or media worker who wants to maximise the marketability of their voice.
Voiceover workshops rarely come to Canberra - so this is a unique opportunity! Take advantage of the chance to learn some great skills.
#2 - You can use these skills anywhere in the world
A voiceover artist can work from anywhere in the world - with the right technology at home! Voiceover artists read scripts for:
computer games and apps
public transport announcements
on-hold phone recordings, and many other projects.
While some of these may be recorded in a professional studio, others may be put together in the artist's own home. If you can record your voice to the right quality, you can send a file to a client within minutes.
#3 - Your tutor knows what she's talking about
Your tutor has worked in the media for many years as an actor, writer, producer and radio veteran. She's heard daily on 2CA Classic Breakfast radio and hosts a number of podcasts - including 'The Rise Canberra', '20/40' and 'The Practically Positive Podcast' which celebrates joyous stories with a scientific angle. Jen is also a stand up comedian and writing her first book.