Do you use your voice for work? Do you want to become a better voiceover actor, singer, or public speaker? This book, written by well-known and respected voice talent Rodney Saulsberry, contains fun and challenging tongue twisters and vocal warm-ups that prepare you to read commercial, promo, narration, trailer, and animation copy with the proper energy and vocal dexterity. Learn how to deal with mouth clicks and sibilance issues, breathe correctly, control plosive words, and master microphone technique.
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An insider's look into the voice-over industry and how to break into it. Learn unique marketing strategies and voice-over techniques for beginner and seasoned actors. Tips from some of the top casting directors in Los Angeles. Learn how to find an agent, how to audition, and how to interpret copy. Find out what goes on in a commercial, a promo, and an animation recording session.
"Invaluable insight for aspiring VO actors"
This inspirational voice-over guide will teach you how to take control of your career with the power of positive thinking. Rodney Saulsberry shares his methods to turn fear and self-doubt into confidence and success. Plus, get advice from many of the top voice-over performers in the business that include Don LaFontaine, The King of Movie Trailers and Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson.
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Here, for the first time, is the intimate untold story of O.J. and Nicole Brown Simpson's tragic, tumultuous marriage. Author Sheila Weller was granted unprecedented cooperation by Nicole's family and exclusive access to friends who reveal private information. Raging Heart is filled with gripping revelations and shocking scenes from the lives of the dangerously romantic couple.
If you loved Detroit and the Motown sound, you will love Graylin Brown! A heartwarming and triumphant story of an African American soul singer who was cut down in his prime by a debilitating disease. The fictional story spans from 1965 Detroit, Michigan to Hollywood, California in the early 90s. After the onset of the disease in 1965, he went into a nine-year remission. He did the best he could as he struggled with the possibility of a relapse