Now is the time to follow your passion. If you live in Maine and if your passion is voice-over, well you’re in luck! Such A Voice offers introductory Maine voice-over classes.
In our introductory class, your instructor and founder of Such A Voice, Dan Levine, will provide you with a great foundation of how to break into the voice-over industry. Learn about voice-over types and techniques and find your way behind the mic as you practice script reading and learn more about voice-over equipment.
This class is fun and informative, giving you a glimpse of what it’s like to be a professional voice actor.
Feeling inspired? Ready to go? Don’t be shy. Sign up for one of our introductory Maine voice-over classes!
When are the classes happening next?
What will I learn?
- Voice-Over Techniques: A quick tip: Use your body as well as your voice when reading off a script. Dan will talk about how important it is to perfect your pace and pitch and to smile, even if no one can see you!
- Types of Voice-Over: It’s so exciting that there are so many different types of voice-overs. It just means that there’s a lot that you can do within the voice-over industry. Listen in as Dan discusses commercial and narration job opportunities.
- The Union: In the voice acting world, voice actors are able to choose whether or not they would like to join the union. Dan will provide some insight into what the union is like and what the income potential would be.
- How to get the work: To start booking gigs, you first have to implement a marketing strategy. How will your clients hear about your skills? Social media? Website? Dan will discuss how and where you should market yourself as a professional voice actor.
- The Home Studio: Today, many voice actors work from the comfort of their own home studio. All that’s needed is the necessary equipment, in which Dan will go more in depth about.
- The All-Important Voice-Over Demos: Your demo is your way of showing clients and agencies what you’re made of. Showcase your talents in your demo and get the work you’ve been dreaming of! Dan will talk more about how to get noticed by clients and agencies by having a high quality sounding demo.
Who teaches our Maine 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.
Unable to attend our Maine voice-over classes? No need to worry, we have some awesome online options, one of which includes our must knows of VO resource guide.