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26 September 2014
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Voiceover- SOUND4VO in Nashville!

SOUND ADVICE in NASHVILLE October 4th – Home Audio Studio Guru, Dan Friedman and Booth Camp’s own, Joe Loesch will conduct a one day voice over workshop in Nashville at Creative License, Inc. 5532 Maplesong Drive. They’ll tackle topics every voice actor needs to hear. Plan to join two of the nations most sought after […]


25 September 2014
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Voiceover – My FaffCon Wrap-up and …Now What?

Voiceover – My FaffCon Wrap-up and …Now What? By Dan Friedman Another FaffCon has come and gone and …WOW, they just keep getting better and better. Each and every FaffCon holds a special place in my heart. My friend and fellow “Faffer” Brad Venable wrote in his latest blog how “transcendent” the FaffCon experience can […]


24 October 2013
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In Memory of Paul Armbruster

In Memory of Voiceover Talent and Teacher, Paul Armbruster By Dan Friedman When I think back on pivotal moments in my life, I can’t help but think about my teachers. I’ve been so fortunate to have great teachers and mentors throughout my life (a pattern that, thankfully, still continues today). Paul Armbruster was definitely one […]


10 October 2013
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FaffCon 6 – Voiceover Unconference San Antonio

 FaffCon 6 – Voiceover Unconference San Antonio By Dan Friedman Anyone who follows Sound4VO knows that I’m a huge believer in FaffCon, the voiceover unconference that never fails to inspire, motivate and raise the bar for our industry. Here is my recap and some thoughts. Thursday – Let the Faffing begin! Although it hadn’t even […]


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 […]

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