Archive for the ‘Voice Coaches’ Category

The Double Divas and Livingston Studios

Our friends The Double Divas are teaming up in Toronto to do another weekend workshop. The details are below. Note: it’s being held at Livingston Studios, a new facility in Toronto aiming to be a hub for voice talents and coaches. I was invited to their grand opening last month and the space looks slick. […]

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Social Networks

Just a quick post about the concept of networking and drinking with fellow voice talents. It’s a concept I fully support by the way. The folks at voices.com just held their VoiceWorld Toronto conference this weekend where a number of speakers and coaches from the voice over industry (presumably) waxed poetic about all things voice. […]

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Canadian Voice Over News

The lovely and talented Sunday Muse is holding a voice workshop for teens and adults on April 8th. Sunday is known for her animation coaching, usually specializing in workshops for kids. I recommend keeping an eye on her site for this and other workshops: http://greatbigvoices.com/teens-adults/toronto-workshops/ Another talented Toronto voice coach is Tracey Hoyt who runs […]

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I’d Love To Talk For A Living

Naturally, as a voice talent agent, I tend to get more than a few people contacting me by phone, email, tweet or just yelling from rooftops asking how to get into the voice business. I try to respond to all inquiries and the general gist is one needs some training, from a broadcasting program or […]

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Untrained In Vain

I’ve often thought it would be nice to just pick up a guitar and hit the nearest open mic night.  I don’t play guitar of course.  Or wouldn’t it be amazing to audition for a casting director in town who casts Hollywood feature films shooting in Toronto?  I have no acting experience though, unless you […]

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Guest Appearance at Animation Workshop

Emmy Award Winning animation actor and director Stevie Vallance has asked me to sit in on her animation voice workshop this Sunday here in Toronto. I’ll do some Q & A about the voice-over industry, getting an agent etc with the students/participants. Will attempt to sound like I know what I’m talking about.   http://toonedin.ca/meet-stevie.html

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