A place where newbies to the voiceover world may come together and talk about being new,anyone wanting to give newbies advice and anyone that remembers what it felt like to be new.
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does everyone pat you on the back and say good job.does anyone say
hey umm you might wanna rethink xyz.if someone is willing to tell you the truth
do you really wanna hear it?let's ask
you know i'm excited to have you and support you in anyway i can.
i / you have the same in this lovely newbie family here.make use of it.
I have take two improv classes myself. I am in Lexington KY. They do help. The main thing that I have gotten from them is learning to relax. One problem with newbies in VO or anything I guess is the wanting to rush and forget to breath. The classes helped a lot with that.
Happy Sunday Night!
Thanks for starting this forum! I said from day 1 when Zurek started this site that it had a sense of family. I love the fact that "Newbies" like me have been embraced as if we've been colleagues for years. I appreciate all the knowledge, the wisdom, the training videos, and the laughs from you all. You all are so good that I am dripping with fresh talent around me...and I have to say..I am learning from all of you. I welcome the honest critique, and the accolades if they come. I am a newbie to this thing...but damn it..the potential feels good! If I were coloring my words right now...I could almost taste it! I am currently training with Melody Jones (she is on this site) and I have to say..she is stretching me out. I look forward to reading your posts and adding my own two cents in a hot second!
can't wait for your contribution wether it be in questions we all need the answers to or answers to questions asked a joke when needed or a hooray on someone elses progress.talk to you soon.
Stay active,put your 2 cents in,get to know the rest of the fam.start a