Posts Tagged ‘voice-over’

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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Cast Away 2: It’s okay to ignore Casting Directors (sorry Casting Directors!)

Some thoughts on voiceover auditions… I have always thought that talents should let the copy dictate their audition. That essentially means more or less ignoring directions they get either in writing or in person, though I realize an in person audition necessitates you walk that fine line between giving the read you think best reflects […]

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Live from Toronto…it’s New York City!

I’m very pleased to announce that PN Agency has launched a roster of New York-based voice talents. The PN Agency business model continues to be representing talents in their own city, servicing clients in that same city. I wrote about this on the blog before which you can read here Here is the promo email […]

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Classic Videos: No Other Way To Say It

This is a fun video from writer/director Tim Mason about a voice over session that goes horribly wrong. According to Adweek Magazine, “The film was made by Hog Butcher, a content creation company made up of improvisers, comedians and writers from Chicago institutions including Second City, IO and the Annoyance Theater. Hog Butcher is led […]

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Why do most animation demos suck?

Some thoughts on animation demos… 90% of animation/character demos are pretty much flat out terrible. There, I said it. Let’s take a minute to let that sink in. Okay… I think my number one problem with a lot of character demos is most of the characters are totally out of context, if you can even […]

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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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