COST: $525 + GST (2 payments of $275.63 INCL GST)
The audio books industry has exploded in recent years. Everyone is listening and if a book is published it is narrated for audio consumption. With this incredible opportunity it is a fabulous time to learn how this side of voice over work is done. Telling an unabridged story with all of the nuance of character and scene to sustain a book is no small task. Hooking the audience in for a 12-20hr ride with multiple characters/accents is a unique talent that can be practiced and learned. What is most exciting is once you find your groove and hone your skills there is sustainable work out there waiting for your unique voice.
This class only has 7 seat so it fills quickly.
Having a tablet for this class with i-annotate is highly recommended.
Thursdays January 10, 17, 24, 31. 2019 6 - 9:30 PM (OPEN SEATS)
Weekend Workshop Version - Saturday and Sunday February 16 / 17. 10 am - 5:30 PM (OPEN SEATS) Priority will go to out of town participants, this workshop will feature homework preparation so the class can hit the ground running.
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Learn from working award winning audio book narrator and past director/editor from New York City who has recorded close to 200 books and worked on at least 500.
We will explore the ins and out, differences and similarities between this and other aspects of the VO world
Practice industry standard: pacing, scene/chapter sustained story telling, narration vs dialogue, characterization etc
Working with types/genre/fiction/non-fiction material
Go over how to get work in the industry. Basics of submitting yourself. Where/ how to record from in home or out of home studio.
You will leave with confidence and skills (and potentially a demo) that will allow you to start pursuing this exciting industry.