Quirky Voices Presents

An Arts, Performing Arts and Education podcast featuring Sarah Golding
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Ever wanted to voice act for audio drama? Awesome! Best job in the world!

Well here's a guide as to things to do, think about and how to go about letting folks know you're a safe bet, vocal chameleon or a dependable quirky little firecracker that they will NEED on their show.

Find your voice.

Find your brand.

Get up and get out there and show them what you've got!

Want to improve and hone your understanding of the craft? Want people to see your name and go 'cool, they're in it, I'm definitely giving it a listen?' Then give this show a go.

The Seasons work through the basic how-to's of what to be proactive about, as well as focusing in on audition techniques, warm ups, demo reel creation, remote recording, CRM's, studio recording and more. Much...much more....and probably explored in different accents....maybe...just for funnnn.

Follow @QuirkyVoices for Ep info....ahgwan

ABOUT SARAH GOLDING: Sarah is a voice actor in over 70 indie audio drama podcasts - here's a few worth a listen! Edict Zero FIS, (Marian Ep405) Amelia Project (Lily S1 Ep 11) Ancestry (Alia) Wynabego Warrior (Lizzie. Most eps!) We Fix Space Junk (Lingen S2 EP7) A Scottish Podcast (Drunk Helen) Hostile Worlds (Sarah) Subject Found Season 1 (Nancy) Season 2 (Pam) You are Here (Cora) Orphans (Minister Orsham) 1994 POD (Starla) Tunnels Podcast (Karen) Attention Hellmart Shoppers (Melinda Ashe) Redwing (Detective) Minefire (Marian), LIMBO (Nonna)...

Sarah has been a teacher, community theatre director and writes as much as possible. She was pod host for The Audio Drama Production Podcast for 18 months of joyyyyy

Please do rate and subscribe if you have found this podcast useful so other folks can find it too!




Join Lucas and Maisie in wonderful adventures with their Teddies. Journey through portals and magnificent twisting turning and loop the loop slides to far flung places with chocolate houses and dragons and clumsy unicorns and forgetful marshmallow cloud men and Mermaids who are afraid of the water....such fun! Stories narrated by Sarah Golding and with the occasional guest stars....fun times ahead! “Wait for meeee Tedddyyyy!”

Recent Episodes

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Hello!Huzzahs I got another Ep into January! Woohoo!MADIVA PODCAST 109 - VOCAL WARM UPS AND MIC TECHNIQUE WITH NIC REDMANNic Redman is a supreme Vocal Coach, Voice Actor and purveyor of many fine skills and honed teaching knowledge of all things audio vocal awesome.We discuss vocal wares, do some highly useful physical and vocal warm ups - you should do them...ah gwan...and talk round vocal ticks…

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RobCudmore reviewed this podcast on Feb 5th, 2019
"My daughter loves this series - the interactivity, the subtle reassuring tones of the storyteller, the stories themselves, the gentle music, everything. Most importantly, she's asleep before long, and the next night she can't wait to hear what she missed! Thank you, Madiva, and all power to this wonderful podcast. "
KKronfli reviewed this podcast on Nov 11th, 2018
"If you are interested in voice acting and want hints, tips and all round great advice on how to develop your skills and career, this podcast from one of the best in the independent audio drama world, will give you all that and more. Sarah's fun style and solid knowledge of the independent audio drama sector give the listener a fun and informative listen with excellent additional advice from skilled industry professionals."
fthrll reviewed this podcast 26 days ago
"MADIVA podcast is a fantastic resource for actors or drama students, especially those doing voice acting. It's also useful for anyone using their voice regularly in podcasting, while teaching or presenting at work. Sarah presents the topics in a friendly and informative way, and you can take away lots of really invaluable practical guidance from each episode. For people with primary school children, Teddy Stories is a lovely bedtime treat. It's not just a fun story, it also introduces new words (with explanations), and so is educational too, without it taking away from the delightful tales. Highly imaginative, comforting and joyful listening."

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Aug 31st, 2018
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Mar 10th, 2019
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