We currently do not have any introductory Boston voice-over classes, but we do teach in other cities in Massachusetts.
So, what are you waiting for? Make some room in your calendar for our Massachusetts voice-over classes and get to know more about this fun and dynamic industry!
When are the next classes happening?
What will I learn?
- Voice-Over Techniques: Your instructor, Dan Levine, will emphasize how important it is to smile even though no one can see you. You’ll learn about pace and pitch among other techniques that VO pros use every day when reading scripts.
- Types of Voice-Over: There are so many different types of voice-overs. Dan will concentrate specifically on commercial and narration. Keep in mind that there are many more for you to explore.
- The Union: Get introduced to the union in the voice-over industry and discover if the union is something you should join. Dan will provide some insight into how it all works.
- How to get the work: A big part of VO is learning how to market yourself. Dan will go into detail about how and where to market yourself to clients and agencies. After all, marketing is what helps get you noticed!
- The Home Studio: Nowadays, the majority of voice actors choose to build their own home studio. This has completely revolutionized the industry, giving voice actors today the chance to work from the comfort of their own home and avoid rush hour traffic!
- The All-Important Voice-Over Demos: It’s crucial to have a professionally recorded demo so your clients can hear just how great your voice is. A poorly recorded demo can be spotted a mile away and potential clients will shy away from this. Dan will provide useful tips on demo recording.
Who teaches our Boston voice-over classes?
Dan Levine, founder of Such A Voice, got nominated for a Tony Award in 1992 for the score of the Broadway musical “Anna Karenina.” For 17 years, Dan produced commercials for hundreds of clients around the country, for which he has won many awards, including a national Clio Award and several local advertising ADDY Awards. As a successful record producer and music arranger/orchestrator, his arranging and/or production credits include CDS or singers such as Leslie Uggams, several original cast recordings, and numerous television shows and commercials.