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Developmental Tips For Aspiring Voice Talent

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People listening on the other end of the speaker are taking in your every word. Make them count! James Minter, of Buckeye Media Services realizes that a voice actor's role as storyteller in the theatre of the mind is paramount. In this podcast, James draws attention to the granularity a voice talent needs to consider in the business of voice over from character development, script interpretation, understanding your audience, reading aloud and more.

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Links from today's show:

James C. Minter
James C. Minter on Voices.com
Buckeye Media Services
Midwest Voice Over Conference

Your Instructor this week:

James MinterJames Minter has 30 years broadcast experience as an On-Air Talent (VIPER), Production Director, Producer, Copywriter, Sales Executive, Media Buyer and Marketing Manager.

Voiced credits include; National TV trailer for the movie Megamind for Airheads Candy and DreamWorks, Roosters Restaurants, Imaging Voice for the syndicated "Jason Lewis Show", Haunted Prison Experience, Infinity of Columbus, Toyota Direct, Bob Caldwell, Miracle Motor Mart and Coughlin Automotive.

Ohio resident where he lives with his wife Jody, three children; Prestin, Pierce, Peytyn and cat "Sophie."

I am ready to put my GOD-given talents and voice to work for you!


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    James thanks so much for your friendly tips! My son and I just started VO training with Such a Voice about two months ago. I went to a intro course to support my drama obsessed son and decided to try it for me too. My 23 year old son Bret has practiced voices and acted since he was three and my husband has told me for years that I have a great voice for a voice over talent so here I go! I am a Christian mom who is praying that the Lord continues to open the doors for us. Thanks again for your encouragement!

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    • Joanna Riley
    • May 12, 2014 11:49 PM

      Thank you, James, for this great podcast full of extremely helpful tips!

      Posted by:
      • Glenn Spatola
      • July 21, 2014 11:56 PM

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