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Interview with Edge Studio Managing Director Graeme Spicer

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In this episode of Voice Over Experts Edge Studio Managing Director, Graeme Spicer, joins Voices.com's Social Media Manager, Ashley Davidson, to discuss his role at Edge Studio, what most people don't know about the educational facility, and why top-notch acting skills should take precedence over top-notch equipment when you're just starting out in the industry.

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Our Guest this Week:

Graeme Spicer

Graeme Spicer joined Edge Studio as Managing Director in June 2013. Spicer brings a unique perspective to Edge. He has over 25 years of experience in marketing, strategic planning, business development and operations management in companies from small startups to multi-billion dollar global organizations. He is a faculty member at OCAD University, where he teaches on a part-time basis courses in marketing research, strategic planning and professional best practices. He is a working voice actor and is an active member of the voice over community. Follow Graeme on Twitter at: @GraemeSpicerVO

About Edge Studio

A leading authority in the voice?over industry since 1988, Edge Studio specializes in the production of voice recordings, and the training of new and established voice actors, narrators and other spoken?word performers. Edge Studio facilities have produced or recorded more than 13,000 voice over projects, spanning all genres. Edge Studio has facilities in New York City, Connecticut, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles, and regularly produces and trains remotely via telephone, ISDN, webinars, Skype, and other technologies. Follow Edge Studio at: @edgestudio

Related Topics: coaches, production studios, recording studio in New York, voiceover training


    Dear Mr. Spicer.

    Last week I discovered Edge Studios on the internet, and today I learned you became the Managing Director in June. Congratulations.

    On October 13th I am scheduled to attend the four hour on-line evaluation. Your advice helped me understand that I have a lot of work ahead, assuming, of course, that I receive favorable feedback after the evaluation.

    Thank you for your candor and insight. I now have a much better understanding of what it will take to be successful as a voice actor. Odds of my success just shifted slightly for the better.

    Steve Hufford

    Posted by:
    • Steve Hufford
    • October 6, 2013 12:56 AM

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