The market opportunities for voiceover business have been expanded over the years. 4 years ago, audio producer Bob Merkel, created Voicezam, a voiceover demo player.
You can upload your demo to the Voicezam page, then the process will splits into pieces which can be played individually, you can email, post, send, and share out anywhere.
“It’s a player that encourages listeners to remain engaged until the very end, as a tool where every track has its moment to be heard” said Merkel.
As a member, you can have a lot of control over how the player looks, including the order, naming, and you can customize the player.
First month is free, then you have a basic membership of $19.95.
Great application that you can have on your own.
For further information visit: http://www.voicezam.com/public/mainpage.aspx
In the world of voice acting, your demo is your best opportunity to present your skills to agents, producers, etc.
The demo is your audio resume, your letter of introduction, is your main marketing tool, so is important that you have it if you are to compete in the world of professional voice-over to offer your services. The purpose of a demo is to get you work!
In today’s voice over world, the trend is to have specifics demos, one for commercials, one for narration, IVR, characters, etc. no longer than 30 seconds each. For the purpose of marketing voice-over talent in today’s highly technological word, it is absolute must that your VO demo exists as an electronic. The demo can be emailed which makes it immediately available for listening and/ or downloading worldwide.
- Don’t produce your demo if you’re not ready.
- You must have the proper training, some experience to offer a professional level.
- Never put your demo something you can not play.
- Include a wide range of variety in style and character, even if your demo is focusing on you voice stye, rather than character. Keep listener guessing as to what happen next.
- Keep your demo short.
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