Many people around the world make very substantial primary and supplemental incomes recording voiceovers for businesses, commercial advertisements, video games, web series, animations, radio promos, phone IVR prompt systems and so many other types of projects. You can record and do this business right from the comforts of your own home recording studio. A great number of the the TOP paying gigs on job sites like Fiverr, Craigslist, Marketplace, Monster, and more are, in fact, VO recording gigs.
It is BIG business and there is plenty of pie to go around. You can make fantastic money recording voiceovers and, best of all, it is a lot of FUN! Most people just don't know how or where to get started.
Christopher Emerson has been doing VO work for over 15 years as his number primary and abundant source of income. His startup guide will tell you exactly how to begin making money in voiceover, how to build a high quality home studio setup on a tight budget that can compete with the pros, and how to establish yourself as a name in the this world.
After you read this easily to follow instructional guide, you will know the savvy tricks and tips to buying the right equipment the first time, without breaking the bank. You will know the secret single purchase you need to setup a pro-sounding recording space almost ANYWHERE in your home. And you will also find out the best ways to create a professional sounding recording space when you are on the go, on vacation, in almost any hotel room in the world. Imagine paying for vacations while your are on them, right from the hotel room, all over the world.
It's truly the best job on Earth. Time for you to give it a go!
©2013 Christopher Emerson (P)2013 Christopher Emerson
More usefull content. This seemed more like a voice(123).com commerical
Yes. He has an impressive voice.
At first it looked very believable until I tried the commersed sites, which need a high amount of payment. Investing in them, being a newbie, you won't get any profit. Most information of this book you can find by googling them for few minutes.
This books gives a good overview, but that's really all that it is. There was some good info to get people going but not much detail to fill in the blanks or referrals to where you can get the details.
This book is basically a primer of sorts and you will have to read others books or take other courses to get the additional info that you may need.
Sure. If learning how to do VO where something they where interested in.
Its a great starting point for me. Good advice on what products, software, and other considerations will help you recored professional sounding VO at home… Tho I would love to know more… ah well it its a very good start!
Thanks for sharing your VO knowledge with us! This book has help me to get setup so I can record voiceover's for my indie game project. Now I just need to practice till I don't sound so awful! Lol!^^
"Brilliant! Gave me some of the best advice going!"
It was short, sweet and to the point. The best advice, hands down, that I have been given so far!
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