Listing for classes, workshops, voice coaches, classes, colleges, universities, offering instruction in voiceovers and/or voice acting.
California school operated by Nancy Wolfson lists its curriculum and rates.
Voice improvement for business speaking, voice-over training, talent agency for professional voice artists.
Transgender site offering effective techniques on how to train your voice to be female without surgery. Entire course available in RealAudio format.
Helping voice-over artists advance their careers since 1988. Determine your potential with training, demo production, workshops, free industry newsletters, guidance sessions, resources, coaching and evaluations.
Dan Balestrero provides home study training courses for people who want to become voiceover artists.
For those wanting a creative experience in developing their voices for animation, commercial, theatrical or public speaking, and for producers and directors for audio production or books on tape, and casting talent.
Offers three forms of voiceover training and instruction: one-on-one orientation, coaching, and in-studio workshops.
Susan Berkley offers voice-over training via workshops, seminars and teleclasses, as well as voice shaping for salespeople. Includes free newsletters, blog, advice and articles, instructional books, and other professional services.
Voice training school in San Francisco, California, teaching all styles of radio commercial, narration and special projects.
Brenda C. and Craig Smith offer training to improve the sound of voice and delivery methods. Also provides voice over talent. Hanover, Ontario, Canada.
Los Angeles, California, studio offering low-budget voice-over recording, demo tape production, tracking, editing, post-producing, writing, directing (radio spots, toys, cd-roms, or books on tape), and voiceover classes, workshops, and seminars for those wanting to learn the craft.
Toronto, Ontario, studio offering instruction for a career in radio and television commercial voice-over, documentary narration and character voices for animation.
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