Have you ever wondered what the voice over business is exactly, or where it came from? It’s been around longer than you might think. It’s common for voice actors to be asked things like “How did you get into that?”, but it’s far less often that thought is given to when, how and why the voice over business came to be.
When voice over talent is in a studio to audition or work, they have a lot to think about from ahead of to the end of the session. As suggested by Scott Reyns here are 10 protocols regarding etiquette and more that professional voice over talent should normally be sticking to.
Want the know-how about building a vocal booth for a voice actor and/or vocalist? There are a number of tutorials available on the Web to various degrees of detail, but few if any are from the voice actor perspective specifically. Here is a detailed account of how I made mine, and how it’s been working out since: