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Coaching, Classes & Demos
Working in voiceover for 16 years, I've picked up a lot of tips, tactics and trade secrets from the best of the best in this industry. These little hints have helped me unlock challenging auditions, deepen and add variety to my characters, and book some incredible roles. Now, I'm happy to share this knowledge with you! I partner with Real Voice LA to offer small classes and demo preparation/direction. Privately, I also offer audition coaching via Zoom, phone, or FaceTime.
Peruse around for all the details, and reach out if you have questions or wish to book!
Three times a year, I offer my Animation Masterclass at Real Voice LA. We cover:
Building a repertoire of voices using your unique vocal elements
Bringing to life believable, consistent characters as well as their actions and surroundings
Finding the clues in scripts that will make your auditions pop
Class announcements can be found on Real Voice LA's Instagram or their website!
Independently of Real Voice LA, I offer private audition coaching via Zoom, phone, or FaceTime. We'll go over your audition copy, discuss strong choices appropriate to the character, and find ways to make your reads pop. I also can review auditions you've done or give feedback on demos!
Coaching is subject to my availability, and I do require new clients interview with me first. To learn more, contact me here!
Creating an animation demo is a step for those ready to show off their well-honed, well-trained talents. My first step in demo creation is making sure you're ready. You don't want to botch a first impression!
Then I'll write original copy for characters that will show off your unique voices and how they fit in a variety of current animation styles.
We'll rehearse and perfect your reads. Then on a separate day (so you're well-rested), we'll record! It's time-intensive, but it ensures you'll
feel well-prepared for your record and confident your demo shows you at your best.
Want to learn more? Visit realvoicela.com for more details and booking information.
Helen Kennedy Turner
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