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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  • Hi

    I've been a member of VU for some time now just happen to read a few post and thought I'd like to be a member of the group!

    Best Regards,
  • Hello, I am new to VO and looking forward to pursuing my dream career.
    It is nice to know that this forum exists! Everyone is helpful, friendly and willing to share their wisdom and experiences.
  • hey David, i will be checking that out as I will soon be moving and setting up my studio. at this point I have more time than money lol thanks for the tips. I just got back from California and the Smokin Mysteries project: that was AMAZING!!. Blessings:)
  • We've all either heard or asked the question: "Can you build a voiceover studio for under $1000? For under $500? For under $100?
    Check out my latest blog...you might just find out something interesting for yourself or to share with somebody else in our VO community.
    With gratitude,
    David Brower
  • Are you part of the techie group, that would be my suggestion. They have tons of info. Blessings:)
  • Hey,
    I'm a newbie and need all the help I can get. Want to make this my full time career and don't know how to get started. I'm learning Pro Tools as I have it in my home but need some more insight into this industry. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  • Edward: I'd suggest you join a few of the VU Groups - to acquire the knowledge you seek - Marketing For Fun And Profit, Ask An Agent, Ask A Casting Director, Gear Heads, Tech Notes For Voice Talent, Bettye Zoller's Voiceover Information Central, Booth Builders and Box Buyers, and Ask A Geek. There is a wealth of information/education if you take the time to read the back pages of the group(s). Best of luck! Al
  • Hello everyone I am new to this industry. I would like help from any or all of you to assist me in succeeding in the industry. I am looking for help on how to market myself, find an agent, best sources to find work, and help in finding the best in home studio for a newbie. such as the musts and what i can wait to get thanks.
  • Judy:

    1 - I would think that listing Audacity as the tool used for audio V/O capture is fine. Audacity can create WAV, AIFF, AU, and Ogg Vorbis audio file formats. You can also list MP3 as an audio delivery method if you have loaded the MP3 encoder library (LAME). Even if you use iTunes to convert files from WAV to MP3 I would not include iTunes in your profile as it is not principally a sound editing tool. (Note even if you delete the source audio file from your hard drive this does not remove it from your iTunes play list. You need to select the file from within the iTunes application and delete it and move it to the trash and then empty the trash.)

    2 - This is a matter of personal choice. For someone reading your profile, on VU or your web page, listing Audacity indicates what audio editing tool you are using and what formats you can handle.

    3 - I'm not familiar with the Flexibooth and cannot comment.


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