Voice Overs: Where Do I Begin?
Publisher: voicecoaches.com 2011
Number of pages: 38
Whether your goal is to pursue voice over work full time, part time, as a supplemental income, or as a component of your retirement, it's important for you to understand exactly what the field has to offer, how to prepare for success, and where to look for professional opportunities that are close to you.
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