Voice Over Workshops
Sounds Wilde Voice Over Workshops
Our popular voice over workshops are back! Revamped and ready to go for anyone who's interested in flexing their vocal chords in the wonderful world of voice overs!
Sounds Wilde Voice Over Workshop: Introduction to Voice Overs
Sunday October 27 2013 11am – 5:30pm
A fun and informative introduction to working as a voice over artist for actors and people with performing or voice experience
Award-winning voice artist Becca Stewart and experienced voice producer & voice artist Kirsty Gillmore will guide you through branching out into voice artist work
Honest advice on what to expect from voice over work from two professional voice artists working in the industry
Maximum of 4 participants so you will receive individual one-on-one coaching
Develop specific voice acting techniques with professional feedback
Discover how to choose the right scripts for your voice and voice reel
Practical industry advice and tips on approaching agents and getting work
How to interpret and mark up scripts
Technical advice on recording in the studio
How to record scripts in a vocal booth and apply direction and feedback
Take home a professional recording and a Voice Over pack with full summary notes of the workshop, scripts and an agency guide
HOW TO BOOK:
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Call Kirsty on 07930689132 or email email@example.com
Location for all workshops:
Sounds Wilde Studio, 201 Hackney Road, Shoreditch, London, E2 8JL
About The Tutors:
Becca Stewart is a Canadian actor, singer and voice over artist living and working in London. Becca's versatile voice is an established presence in London's voice over scene and she has enjoyed working in all facets of the industry, including alongside the wonderful acting talents of Mark Heap, Adjoa Andoh and David Menkin.
Winner in 2010 of a TELETOON People's Choice Award, in her voice over and animation debut, Becca has voiced films for Disney (High School Musical), Universal Pictures (Scott Pilgrim Vs The World) and worked magic in cartoons for Telegale, Disney, Nickelodeon and numerous video and computer games. Her corporate clients include Nike, EHarmony, Nokia, Oxford University Press and Isis Publishing Audio Books.
Kirsty Gillmore has over 12 years experience as a sound engineer and sound designer across voice over, broadcasting, post-production for film and TV and theatre. Having trained and worked for the BBC for 8 years in Radio and News she has extensive experience in producing voices to international broadcasting standards. In 2010 she left the BBC to establish her own sound, voice reel and voice over business, Sounds Wilde, which operates out of her professionally-equipped Pro Tools studio in Shoreditch. Her voice reel clients have enjoyed success as voice artists, including signing to top UK voice agencies such as United Voices, Soho Voices, Shining Voices and Red 24 Management.
Kirsty is also an experienced voice over artist recording in both British and Kiwi accents with a wide range of international clients including Huawei, Dyson and Prospero Media.
What Sounds Wilde workshop participants say:
“It exceeded my expectations. I have been to several workshops with different companies, I found this one to have the best atmosphere...I got a lot more information than I thought I would - always good!” - Piper Story
“Exactly what I was after!" - Leonora Haig
“Really straightforward practical advice given..bravo! Loved it!” - Emma Cooper
“Thank you! I got so much out of it. Defo coming back for the advanced ones” - Matt Davis
“I expected to gain a better insight into the industry and ascertain a better understanding of what agents are looking for in clients - and that's what I got!” - Sebastian Atterbury
“Had an awesome time at the Sounds Wilde voiceover workshop. Really very informative and fun!” - Bek Davis (aka Ditzy Diamond)
“Very informative...encouraging” - Serafina Salvador
“You were both funny, professional and just awesome. Thank you so much” - Chetna Khim