I’m learning too.
I’m learning too. By Dan Friedman I like to share with my voice students that I am also in the process of learning. I have been learning to play guitar for almost the last two years. The guitar is a difficult instrument. It requires the development of many skills including physical dexterity, ear training, developing […]
SOUND ADVICE Gets Mentioned In BACKSTAGE
SOUND ADVICE Gets Mentioned In BACKSTAGE It is a great honor to be mentioned in one of the top industry resource magazines, BACKSTAGE. I am thrilled so many people have found Sound Advice helpful in their studios and careers. https://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/voice-acting-books-list-75018/ and Buy it here: https://www.authorhouse.com/BookStore/BookDetails/292116-sound-advice Thank you!
Microphone Technique for Voice Over Talent
Microphone Technique for Voice Over Talent By Dan Friedman The ability to use proper microphone technique to bring out the best in your voice is indicative of a true voice over professional. Learning and utilizing proper microphone technique is incredibly helpful when it comes to editing, mixing and producing great voice overs. For a voice […]
Think Before You Speak
Think Before You Speak By Dan Friedman For over 20 years I’ve been directing and coaching voice actors. If asked, “what is one thing that every voice actor can do to improve?” I would say, “think before you speak.” There is a reason certain phrases stand the test of time. When it comes to script […]
Why Do Voiceover Demos Cost So Much?
Why Do Voiceover Demos Cost So Much? By Dan Friedman Arguably, the most asked question in voiceover after, “how do I get into voiceover?” is, “why do voiceover demos cost so much?” Or, some variation of that question. Naturally, when people hear the price, usually upwards of $1000, they balk and begin asking the wrong […]