We’ve been helping voiceover artists get work and market themselves for over 20 years (since 1998). If you’re interested in finding out about the voiceover industry, or you are active in the industry but looking for some guidance, then please consider purchasing our paperback book “The Voiceover Handbook”.
We’ve answered 135 of the most common questions, including:
What studio equipment will I need?
How do I cost up corporate jobs?
What should I put on my demo?
How do I mark up a script?
How can I improve my sight reading?
Can I learn character voices?
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The Institute of Videography was set up in 1984 as a response to the prevailing poor standards in the non-broadcast sector, and in particular wedding and events productions.
Having gained formal Institute status the IOV has concentrated since that time on creating a community of video production professionals who take seriously the development not only of high level technical skills but of the highest standards of customer service skills.
The Audio training was a great success at the Sony Centre, Pinewood Here some of the items covered during the day, Video below Microphones and the Nature of Sound An explanation of how sound travels, speed, Wavelength and Frequency What is a decibel, how it came about – measuring loudness by dB / voltage / […]