Hey guys, I got a new animation to show you!
HBrunaV, myself and other talented individuals got together with Mashed and created a Resident Evil parody that I think you may enjoy!
The opening if you remember the first Resident Evil game, is my particular favorite and voicing the ‘character credits’ in that particular section was a blast!
Sound Design & Voices by Myself | Director is Voiced by Blake Swift
Music composed by Alex Walker Smith
These are my opinions on what makes a great story in a single player video game, and why I think the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, will succeed! Thanks for listening!
That’s right you guys, I play video games every once and awhile. Join me as I talk about Final Fantasy as well as other RPGs, and my thoughts on the subject regarding, in particular, the Japanese Role Playing Game.
This will show you how you must first just, “Be Yourself” and be comfortable with all of your emotions. Learn acting, and once you have that done, you add flavor to the ‘character’s’ you create. It must all start with, “Yourself!”.
To be honest, in voice over.. you’re not going to know what your niche is in the very beginning. You might have an inkling of what you might be good at, but you have to sort of start there and trial and error yourself, get experience, make mistakes, and make connections and people will definitely LET YOU KNOW what you’re good at after you start to get down the road working a lot.
It revolves around many little things you’ll definitely take notice of… For example.
*Which jobs are you getting hired for more most often…?
*What clients are coming back to you again and again…?
*What do you get complimented on the most…?
*What do you have the most FUN with…?
*What TO YOU is easier than most everything else…?
While you MAY be able to perform jobs in ALL kinds of categories, and genres, (such as trailers, cartoons, narrations, commercials), there is ALWAYS that one thing that you do more of than anything else.
So now you can see how it may take some TIME, maybe even a couple of years before you discover what your niche is. Some are lucky and get caught up in their niche RIGHT AWAY. The factors of connecting and just establishing yourself some place is different for everybody.
This is how you discover your niche in the Voice Over | Voice Acting industry.
Keep up the work, keep your chops honed, have fun, and be peristent!!
Take care guys! Also, Happy 2015!
You’re a new voice talent… You ask yourself, what should I buy??
Don’t go into a forum and ask that. You might start a storm that will never end!
As a voice talent, you’ll come to understand fairly fast that the equipment really depends on what is good for YOU… ESPECIALLY when it comes to microphones. But in terms of setting up your room and getting the stuff you need to get started.. I’ll have to say that there’s no better option to turn to than Harlan Hogan.
Harlan Hogan has been working in the voice industry for YEARS!!
Don’t believe me? | http://www.harlanhogan.com/
And he also sells Voice Over ONLY essentials… in fact.. that’s the name of his product site.
|| http://voiceoveressentials.com/ ||
There you will find some great stuff to get started, and you’ll be able to also find ‘what works for you’.
I have personally bought a majority of my equipment from Harlan, and I use it all. The reviews on his products are fantastic… and for good reason!
Still kind of curious on how all this equipment works?? What do they do, where do I plug it all in!?
Still kind of curious about how to set all this equipment up, or how to 1, 2, 3, EASY.. get this to work?
Well have no fear because I will give you this hands on video to streamline the process in perfect steps so it all makes sense!
Insert Brian Thon, a voice acting talent that has partnered with SuchAVoice.com to provide important information to the starting talent. No longer will you wonder what you need, or how to setup your studio. Of course after the beginning stages of ‘setting yourself up’ there is much to learn, and that comes with experience a.k.a trial and error.
Now, even FURTHER to help you become more accustomed to what exactly would be going on in your set-up… you’ll have to take a venture into a ‘Day In The Life of a Voice Talent” with Brian Thon once again. Walk with him into his OWN personal studio and.. see how HE works..