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Get Mic’d – The Audiobook

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1. Acting for the Microphone
2. Biz of the Biz
3. Taking Risks for Pros (this one has changed)
4. Union vs Union
5. Agents
6. Tech Talk
7. Studio etiquette Do’s and Don’ts
8. Getting Directed Through Technology (Formerly – Taking Direction ISDN)
9. Caring for your instrument
10. Marketing Your career
11. Self-Direction
12. Breaking Down the Script
13. Commercials – Let the Pros Show You how it’s Done
14. Demo Breakdown
15. Pleasing the clients – Deb Loses a Job

 

Acting for the Microphone

 

Acting is a combination of broadcasting, theatre and film. The combination of all three allow for the most well rounded performer. Over one and half hours of acting secrets, most won’t tell you. Tips and tricks that will change the way you perform forever.

 

Biz of the Biz

 

If you are a part of the voice industry, you are now a business owner. This industry is 50% skills and 50% business. It’s time to put your business skills to the test no matter your experience level. Over an hour of insanity that will put your business right on top.

 

Taking Risks for Pros

 

There is lots of stuff out there for the newbie – it’s about time there was something for the pros. Think you know all there is to know? No matter where you are in your career there is always more to learn. Even the pros need training. We are giving away industry techniques that will change the way you deliver copy. Having trouble landing that agent? Need to break bad habits? Not booking the way you used to? This is the chapter for you – EVERYONE will want this one!

 

Union vs Union

 

The great debate you want to be a part of. This is the most candid conversation about the union you will hear, from two pros who work both sides of the industry. If you are curious about the union, considering joining or leaving the union, this is the chapter for you. You may be shocked with you here.

 

Agents

 
Agents are a necessity for growth in this industry, but they aren’t always easy to book. It’s important that you understand their job, so you can do yours and become an asset to their team. We will show you what you need to do to land just the right agent for you. After this informative hour, you will become a better asset to your team.
 

 

Tech Talk

 

No one told us we would become editors and engineers. It’s easy to love what you do but it can be a nightmare when it comes to the technology. In fact it can bring you to tears if you aren’t prepared. These ladies will help you understand the technology in an easy to understand format that everyone can relate to.

 

Studio etiquette Do’s and Don’ts

 

Everything you need to know for the studio, at home or in person. How you act with your clients will make you or break you and without studio experience, these are things you would never know. This is one chapter you don’t want to be without – no matter where you are in your career.

 

Getting Directed Through Technology

 

Every home voice talent needs the means to be directed and recorded. We will walk you through all the possible options that will keep you connected to your clients. This isn’t something you want to skip. Even in the beginning of your career you will be required to be professionally directed and you need to be prepared.

 

Caring For Your Instrument

 

Crazy characters, consistency, damaging your instrument and more require special techniques. Discover how to protect your instrument and maintain your personalities. If you want to stand out in voice acting and bring something unique to the table, these two ladies will show you how it’s done.

 

Marketing Your Career

 

No matter where you are in your career – this industry is 50% skills and 50% marketing your business. Not only that, but this is a fun business, so even if you’re great in business, there is MUCH more to learn to sell yourself for the needs of your clientele. Getting yourself out there as a household name in VO is your top priority and we are going to tell you exactly how to get there. It’s Elley-Ray’s turn to put her marketing skills to the test and find out what it takes to upgrade to today’s business needs. Even the pros will want this one – whether they admit it or not!

 

Self-Direction

 

Today’s Voice actor is forced to self direct and without proper feedback, it’s hard to know where you stand. The Get Mic’d team is here to help. We wear many hats in this field, so keeping them all in check is important. This chapter will help you discover how to direct yourself, to give your clients exactly what they need.

 

Breaking Down the Script

 

 

Commercials – Let the Pros Show You how it’s Done

 
The great debate you want to be a part of. This is the most candid conversation about the union you will hear, from two pros who work both sides of the industry. If you are curious about the union, considering joining or leaving the union, this is the chapter for you. You may be shocked with you here.

 

Demo Breakdown

 
The most important voice actors’ tool is the demo.  There is an art to having your demo created right and we will tell you how.   Discover what demos you need, how to pick the right production team, choosing content, demo length, genres, costs and more.

 

Pleasing the clients – Deb Loses a Job

 

Even the pros need a support team.  Join us as Elley-Ray coaches Deb through a job loss experience and helps her decipher what went wrong.  This is a rare opportunity where Deb bares her soul in order to help you gain experience.  This is worth the price and then some.