Greetings people! It’s about time I get back to the regular blog posts, huh? Well anyway I’m super happy to share that you can hear me in the English Dub of Coyote! I play the handsome lead Misi, as well as several extras sprinkled throughout the film. It’s available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video, and you can see more info and a full cast list over on IMDB here.
Anywho, thanks for checking me out and sharing my excitement with me. Any questions please feel free to reach out, thanks!
Greetings to all! Super happy to announce I’ve landed yet another film dub this time for multiple roles in the English dub of The Price of Crime. Thanks so much to the studio and all of my colleagues, it’s an honor and a hoot. Here’s to many many more! I’ll post more info in the future when the dub starts streaming, for now you can find more info over at IMDB here.
As always feel free to ask questions, thanks for tuning in!
Greetings peeps! This coming Saturday, August 27th 2022 I’m hosting an intro to voiceover class at PopCult Anime Con in Waltham Massachusetts. I’ll be talking about equipment, software, the audition process, where to find work, and more! Everyone’s voiceover journey looks different, but this panel is designed to answer some of the basics. I’ll be leaving time to answer your questions as well.
As always, thanks so much for tuning in and please don’t be afraid to reach out and ask some questions. Here’s a link to PopCult Anime Con. if you’d like more info. See you soon!
Just as the title says, is Voices.com worth the entry price? Well, it really depends on where you are in your career and the effort you’re willing to put in. I signed up for Voices at the start of my VO career thinking it’s what I needed to do to be “professional”. Oh boy, was I wrong. I wasn’t at a point yet where I really understood the professional side of VO, I was just eager for that next step, so I shelled out something like $500 to sign up. I created a barebones account, not understanding how helpful real demos, samples, and tags were. Then in the course of that year I put in 18 auditions, I was working full-time elsewhere and couldn’t dedicate as much time as I wanted to VO. Out of those 18 auditions, I was shortlisted once (I was so happy) and I booked 0 jobs. Statistically, I think you can expect 2-3 jobs for every 100 auditions. So my numbers just weren’t there.
Fast forward to 2022, I went full time VO in February and once again bit the bullet and spent the money on Voices. This time, I told myself I’d audition for everything sent my way (that I was a decent fit for). With that mindset, I’ve finally found success on Voices. Booking work and getting shortlisted left and right, it’s a fantastic feeling but you HAVE to put in the work. Sure, you may have a dry spell every now and then, but you really get what you give in VO.
In my opinion, YES. I think Voices.com is totally worth it if you have the right sound and can commit to constant auditioning. I do 100+ auditions per week, but honestly I could probably do more. There’s a lot of rejection in VO and it’s helpful to understand that not booking a role doesn’t mean that you’re a terrible actor or your voice sucks. It just means you weren’t the right fit, and that’s totally fine. Your time will come.
As always, thanks so much for tuning in. Any questions about Voices? Drop it in the comments below and I’d be happy to answer. Take care!
Hey peeps! Hope you’re having an awesome day so far, today I’m back with another video game giveaway this time for Command & Conquer remastered on Origin (US only). All you need to do to enter is type in your email below and hit that big fat subscribe button. I’ll be reaching out to one lucky winner within the next few days. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions, thanks so much for tuning in!
Greetings and good day to all! I’m giving away a free Steam key to one lucky person, all you need to do is subscribe to my blog with your email below. This key will only work for U.S. Steam accounts. I’ll be selecting a winner within the next few days and contacting them via the provided email. As always please feel free to ask questions, share with your friends, and thanks so much for listening.