Voiceover Artist Assistancehttp://www.docphillips.com/article.xmlProviding help, assistance and direction to aspiring and professional voiceover artists.en2006 Doc Phillips Productionsdoc@docphillips.comdoc@docphillips.com09 Mar 2006 23:15:00 MSTvoiceovervoiceover artistvoiceover adviceFeedSpring - http://feedspring.com/Wed, 25 Apr 2007 19:52:56 GMThttp://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rssInternational Voice Conferences - Worth It?http://www.docphillips.com/article_042507.htmlThe first ever international conference for voiceover artists ended recently. It was an information-packed event spanning 4 days and took place in Las Vegas. Among the guest speakers were Pat Fraley, Bob Bergen and a surprise appearance by Don LaFontaine. Topics discussed ranged from demos to marketing and everything in between. Those in attendance report that they each took something (in some cases, many somethings) home with them.Wed, 25 Apr 2007 19:52:35 GMTSpeak Easy - Doc's Bloghttp://www.docphillips.com/blogCome on by and find about the profession of voiceover and voice acting. Lots of good info and interesting posts and comments. I'll look forward to seeing you there.Tue, 20 Mar 2007 21:11:46 GMTShow Me the Money... Voicehttp://www.docphillips.com/article_0319.htmlA term that gets bandied about in our industry among voiceover artists, producers, casting directors, etc. is "money voice". But, what IS the "money voice"? Easily defined, it is that voice that clients seem to respond to best. It isyour voice, style, delivery, interpretation that sells the client's wares. It is that voice that is uniquely you. It's also that voice that you can reproduce without thought or effort. It is you, the whole you and nothing but the you. And, every voiceover artist has one.. However, sometimes it is difficult to be objective when it comes to selecting our own "money voice". Keep in mind that what we perceive to be our "money voice" may be very different from what others perceive it to be.Mon, 19 Mar 2007 18:32:56 GMTDisc Jockeys Can't Become Voiceover Artistshttp://www.docphillips.com/article_0611.htmlOr, can they? The answer is quite simple. Of course they can. I did. And, I'm also still working in radio and have been for 30 years. However, there are some caveats to consider. If you've been working in radio for, say, more than 2 years you've been trained to deliver your voice in a very narrow range of both style and interpretation by the powers that be. Many of those "powers" you never even see.doc@docphillips.comMon, 12 Jun 2006 05:43:19 GMTvoiceoverbroadcastingvoice actingIf you can???t take the criticism, DON???T ask for it!http://www.docphillips.com/article_0330.htmlIn almost no other profession are open criticisms solicited, let alone appreciated. However, if you are a performing artist of any kind you expect criticism. In fact, nearly constant criticism, albeit constructive, is the norm. If you respect and admire those from whom you solicit critique, you won???t need a thick skin ??? just a very open mind. Learn to accept it now, or you???re sure to fail in the end.doc@docphillips.comThu, 30 Mar 2006 23:09:41 GMTvoiceover advicevoiceover critiquevoice artist critiqueAre Independent Voiceover Artists Reaping All the Benefits of Technology?http://www.docphillips.com/article_0309.htmlKeeping voiceover artists and producers up-to-date with the latest recording technology.doc@docphillips.com09 Mar 2006 23:20:00 MSTrecording technologyrecording gearvoiceover gearSo - You're Considering a Career in Voiceover?http://www.docphillips.com/article_0214.htmlAdvice for the beginning freelance voiceover artist.doc@docphillips.com09 Mar 2006 23:25:00 MSTvoiceover artistvoiceoversvoiceover beginner