VO: Tales and Techniques Of A Voice-Over Actor New Second Edition - Autographed by Author
- Harlan's journey from 'terminally' shy kid to voice over legend
- Expanded recording session stories 'from the trenches'
- How to make professional recordings at home & on-the-road
- How to create demos & auditions that win jobs
- How to market yourself
- All about agents, unions & fees
Reflecting the quantum change that has occurred in the way voice-overs are recorded and cast in recent years, this updated second edition describes the advantages and disadvantages of auditioning and recording from home studios for clients around the world. This indispensable guide also addresses finding work in venues outside film and television, like games, automated telephone systems, and websites.
Aspiring and established voice-over actors will learn from Harlan's business & performance tips and laugh at his personal account of the crazed clients, practical jokes, and coincidences encountered on his 40 year journey to success.
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I just finished reading your book "Tales and Techniques.." you sent me a few weeks back. No, it didn't take me that long, but I knew it was going to be a good read so I wanted to set aside some dedicated time. WOW was I surprised! I'm not sure what I was expecting, but, WOW! I loved your book. You are a fascinating individual who has penned something every Voice Actor should hope to live up to. Your stories and anecdotes were both hilarious and insightful. I've never read a book like yours before and find it difficult to believe I'll ever run across one again. The only thing that could have made it better for me would be to have you sit in my living room and read it to me!
VO: Tales and Techniques of a Voice-Over Actor is a reflection of its author: thorough and generous. From rank beginner to veteran voice actor, everyone will benefit from Harlan's advice, tips, and expertise as one of the most respected voice talents and teachers in the business.