Anyone interested in the Voice Acting industry will hear 9 Voice Over pros share the secrets to running a successful Voice Over Business at the Midwest Voice Over Conference in Columbus. All aspects of the Voice Over industry and career opportunities can be explored.
Anyone interested in a Voice Over career, those wondering what it’s all about to seasoned veterans, should consider attending the Midwest Voice Over Conference in Columbus, OH. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet nine nationally recognized professionals who will teach and share their experiences. In addition, they will be available to answer all participant’s questions in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere. The May 7,8,9, 2015 conference is a full 2+ days of speakers and workshops. Friday and Saturday include breakfast and lunch buffets, as well as Thursday, Friday and Saturday night social networking opportunities. These Super-Star VO artists, Marc Graue, Kurt Kelly, Hillary Huber, Rodney Saulsberry, Paul Keels and Harlan Hogan, represent many aspects of the business and will be accessible to offer advice and encouragement. The Midwest Voice Over Conference is unique in that it offers a community of like-minded professionals willing to work together to improve the industry and the individuals in it. Everything from learning the craft, producing demos, setting up a studio and running the business will be covered.
“I would encourage anyone in the voice over business or even thinking this may be something they could do, to come to the conference. Never will they find so much talent and information in one place for such a reasonable price!”, says James Minter, owner of Buckeye Media Services, a sponsor of the conference. “As Voice Over professionals ourselves, we recognize the value of learning the ‘ins and outs’ of the business from those who have already achieved success. They have such great insight into the rapidly expanding and changing world of Voice Acting,” adds James Minter.
James notes that those interested in more details about speakers and workshops should go to http://www.midwestvoiceoverconference.com
Topics Covered Include:
Home Studios-Setting up a comfortable and quiet space conducive to producing the best work.
Voice Over Equipment-Choosing the equipment used to capture, edit and distribute VO scripts.
Marketing The Business-Strategies to let the world know of one’s talent to Voice projects.
Agency Representation-Are Agencies of value today? Where they fit today/ how to work with an Agent.
Building a Voice Over Website- Discover why a website will grow the business and exactly what a great Voice Over artist’s website should include.
Auditioning for Jobs-Demos, Pay to Play and other ways to attract and close VO gigs.
Standard Business Practices-There’s more to a Voice Over business than just a great voice.
Audio Production-Translating a great voice into a great audio production.
Creating Effective Demos-Unearthing the “Money Voice” and making it shine.
A limited number of registrations are available to allow all participants to mingle with the speakers, so visit http://www.midwestvoiceoverconference.com today
The Holiday Inn in Worthington, OH will be hosting the event May 7-9,2015 which includes 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches. Rooms are available at an additional cost.
Name: James Minter
Organization: Buckeye Media Services
Address: 3 W Main Street, Suite 201 Westerville, OH 43081
Phone: (614) 259-3810
For more information, please visit http://www.midwestvoiceoverconference.com
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