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29 August 2013
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Voiceover – The Lost Art of Listening

Voiceover – The Lost Art of Listening By Dan Friedman While out on a hiking trip this past weekend, I took the time to simply listen to nature. For several minutes, not a single device of modern technology could be heard. It was truly music to the ears. Listening… truly listening, seems to be a […]


11 July 2013
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Voiceover – Opportunity and Preparation

Voiceover – Opportunity and Preparation By Dan Friedman Its been awhile since I’ve posted here on Sound4VO. For those of you who are regular readers, I apologize for the silence. Truth is… I’ve been busy!! Over the last several months, some remarkable opportunities unfolded before me and I owed it to myself to pursue them […]


15 January 2013
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Introducing… Voicebank’s One On One Voiceover Sessions

By Dan Friedman When was the last time you thought to yourself… “if a top voiceover industry pro could direct me and hear what I can do, I just know that they’ll be interested in hiring me”? Or perhaps you’ve thought, I really need direction and an outside pair of ears on this audition. Maybe […]


3 January 2013
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Cultivating Your “Voice Over Garden” in 2013

By Dan Friedman Happy new year everyone! To begin 2013, I’d like to show a little love for a fellow VO author. I’ve been reading Jonathan Tilley’s new book Voice Over Garden. This is a great book that offers a fresh approach to growing and maintaining a voiceover career. Voice Over Garden is a comprehensive […]


3 October 2012
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Directing Voiceovers… Lend Me Your Words

Directing Voiceovers… Lend Me Your Words By Dan Friedman Click Here to Listen! Effectively communicating with a voiceover talent during a recording session can be a struggle for clients, or for many new directors. Recently, a client suggested posting “a list of words that can be used to help explain the changes they would like […]

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