Posts Tagged ‘Ethnic Voice Talent’

5 things to leave off your voice demo

I receive and listen to a lot of demos. I think the quality of demos and the voices behind them seems to improve every year. That said, there are still some things I’m hearing on demos that really shouldn’t be there. Allow me to present… THE TOP 5 THINGS YOU SHOULD LEAVE OFF YOUR VOICE […]

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Secrets of an Agent Man: The Urge to Purge

Sometimes I feel like PN Agency is the equivalent of Hotel California – you can check out anytime you like but you can never leave. Percentage-wise, we actually do not have that many talents who have left the roster. There are a few who went union or moved out the city/country. There were a few […]

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Podcasts of a Voice Agent

Over the last couple of years I have done a few podcasts for the fine folks at voices.com as part of their Voice Over Expert series. Such a title – voice over “expert”. But I’ll take it! They are all listed at the link below and I thought I’d post here because the topics covered […]

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Ethnic Voice Talent is 10 Years Old!

In 2003, I was proud to represent a solid roster of English and French oral specialists. Quietly, I added some Spanish voices into the mix. Clients started to inquire: Can I get a German man? How about a Japanese woman? Time passed and I finally clued in that these were business questions and I sprung […]

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Voice Over Canada hits Brazil!

Apparently, we are making an impact in Brazil! An actual comment left on this blog: “Hello, Roger. I’m a dreaming brazilian boy who is turning 18 this year. I’ve always been passionate about voice-acting and dubbing, I’m finishing my english studies and I’m taking voice-acting/dubbing technique classes this year. I’m willing to live in Canada. […]

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Secrets of An Agent Man: Your Agent Should…Your Agent Shouldn’t…

I am a talent agent. What should I be doing for you, oh talented one? Many voice actors are either new to the game and only have a vague idea of what their agent does (or should be doing), or they’re experienced but maybe have only had one or two agents so they’re lacking comparisons. […]

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