Josh has an audiobook revelation! He and Marissa discuss how hard work and professionalism can separate you from the pack; and why you don’t need to be a big name to make a big impact in this industry.
Josh welcomes back Laura Graver to Voice Coaches Radio. After leaving Voice Coaches a year ago, Laura has rejoined the team. We catch up with her to see what she’s been up to, and what she will be doing now that she’s back.
This week, Josh and Marissa discuss the upcoming movie, Lightyear. After reminiscing over their shared love of the Toy Story franchise, the two look at the power that a voice actor has to become a character; and these characters can stand the t
When starting any new endeavor, it is important not to get too far ahead of yourself. This week, Josh and Marissa discuss taking voice over one step at a time and not rushing into something you aren’t prepared for.
This week, Josh and Marissa discuss home recording. In response to a question from a listener and student, they talk about the costs of home recording. They also look at the costs of recording at a studio.
Josh and Marissa discuss why it’s a good idea to choose topics you enjoy when creating a demo. Including a real example from a Voice Coaches student whose affinity for pickles turned into a great demo piece.
On a very special 500th episode of Voice Coaches Radio, we welcome in David Bourgeois, President and Creative Director of Voice Coaches. Josh and David look back on the last 499 episodes and how the industry has changed in that time. As well as
This week, we hear from an old-friend-of-the-pod, Gaelle Gosselin. Gaelle was first a part of the podcast over two years ago. She reached out to us to let us know that she was serious about getting into the voice over field, and that Voice Coac
This week, Josh and Marissa discuss branching out of your comfort zone. Trying things and pieces that may not be what you’re used to can not only help you grow your career, but can also help you grow as a person.
While certainly not necessary, being able to record at home has become more common. But how can you make your studio sound like a professional studio? This week, Josh and Marissa discuss sound treatment and what they use in their home setups.
This week, Josh and Marissa talk about the line between choosing work that you enjoy, and taking work to get experience. This industry allows you to choose jobs you are truly passionate about; but there is something to be said for getting exper
Whether you are brand new to the industry or a seasoned vet, we all experience this feeling. Feeling like we aren’t good enough. Feeling like we are frauds. Josh and Marissa discuss imposter syndrome and how to not let it sabotage your career.
Concluding our series of interviews with the freshest faces at Voice Coaches, Josh welcomes in Jordan Newman. Jordan serves as the Visual Media Strategist for the team, but not only enjoys graphic design…but also rock climbing!
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