Voice is an important tool for actors as well as public speakers. The proper technique to use it is necessary for creation of a role and success in acting in film, commercial, animation, radio and theatre.
This sessions helps with speech, diction, breathing technique, proper projection, inflection, enunciation, speech remedy, muscle use, and much more.
Each week, students will record monologues, dialogues, commercials and scripts to learn how to sound as different characters and understand how to work with levels, scale, boom and lavaliers. Students will also learn to make demos and about the industry in general.
At the end of the workshop, you will realize if voice over is for you. If done well, you may also use a few of your class recordings as a demo for agencies or casting directors. Your instructor will be able to tell you if the materials are good for submission.
You will learn about the opportunities of the industry, and work hands-on with our instructors, who will record your performance and play it back for you to hear it as an audience in order to critique you constructively.
If you are marketable, and overall presentable in class, you will be given more information on how to brand yourself.
If you are not ready, we will tell you that as well.
One of the best class in voice over is the ensemble scene workshop with voice. If you pass that, you can consider yourself ready for the industry.
CURRICULUM FOR BEGINNER & TRAINED STUDENTS :
Radio, Film and Television
Vocal Warm ups and Exercises
Voice Acting Exercises voice acting in Houston voiceover in Houston
working with text, foley and music
Creating a demo
Business of voice acting
All works in class are recorded for students, so they can hear their voice and receive notes based on their performance.
Recording Session for a Next Actor Feature Film in Sugar Land, Texas
Alum Sam Hoger poses with the Legend Robert De Niro during the filming of a feature in Louisiana.