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August 27-30, 2014, Anaheim Hilton, Anaheim, CA, USA
Education, Technology and Community for voice talent at all levels of experience

VOICE Convention Compilation Recordings

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VOICE 2007

Rodney Saulsberry - Step up to the Mic
Connie Terwilliger -
Self Evaluation
Frank Frederick
- Love Notes branding
Chris Wagner - VO and the WWWeb
James Alburger & Penny Abshire
- The Psychology of Voiceover and The Seven Core Elements of Performance
Gregory Best - Negotiating the best Talent Fee
Bettye Zoller
- Finding Your Voice in the Audio Book Industry
MJ Lallo
- Creating Character Voices
An interview with Linda Weinrib
Questions and Answers with Don LaFontaine
No-holds-barred Demo Evaluations
The Pros Talk About the Business of Voiceover
Questions and Answers Panel
Plus special material from AFTRA and

VOICE 2008

James Alburger & Penny Abshire - Opening Keynote - The origin of the VOICE conference and the meaning of the VOICE hexagon logo.
Chris M. Allport - Mastering Self-direction
Beverly Bremers - General Session - Voicercise
Marc Cashman - Voiceover Masters Class
Marc Cashman - General Session - “We’re Looking for a Muse” - The funny side of voiceover
Stefan Chinell (Sweden) - International Voiceover
Pat Fraley - Accent on Dialects
Marc Graue - VO From Both Sides of the Glass
Richard Horvitz - A Willingness to Play Pretend
Joe Klein - Old Skook Meets New Media
Larry Maizlish - VO From the Talent Buyer’s Perspective
Debbie Munro (Canada) - Audition Wizardry
Gabrielle Nistico (of - Breaking into Radio Imaging
MJ Lallo - Movement for Character
Raleigh Pinskey - Promoting Yourself to Increase Your VO Business
Steve Savanyu (Audio Technica) - Microphones: Applications & Techniques for Voiceover
Randy Thomas (Voice of Academy Awards) - Living Your Voiceover Dream
George Whittam - The Technology of Voiceover
Julie Williams - Proven Voiceover Techniques
Nancy Wolfson - Why Branding Breaks You In

VOICE 2010

Beverly Bremers - How to Wear 3 Hats: Self-Direction
Curt Byk - Beneath the Sheets
Keith Carson - Your VO Demo
Marc Cashman - Kicking it up a Notch: A VO Masters Class
Marc Cashman - We’re Auditioning for a Muse Pt 2 & Live Radio Play
Joe Cipriano - Promo Panel (not included in full set package)
Tina D’Marco - Succeeding as an International Voice Talent (focus on Spanish)
Terry Daniel & Dave Courvoisier - Building VO Success thru Social Networking
Liz deNesnera - Talking Telephony
John Florian - Panel: How Voice Actors Use the Internet
Bill Holmes - Panel: Anything VO with Bob Bergen & Joyce Castellanos
Richard Horvitz - A Willingness to Play Pretend II
Hillary Huber - Panel: Audio Books
Melody Jones - It’s All About the Acting
Tim Keenan - Making the Most of Corporate Narration
MJ Lallo - Kick Ass Characters
Dan Lenard - Building Your Home Studio
Susan McCollom - Tools for Delivering Retail Copy
Martha Mayakis - Building Relationships with Casting Directors
Deb Munro - Mastering Your On-line VO Career
Gabrielle Nistico - Look as Good as You Sound
Kristine Oller - How to Build a VO Career When Your Schedule is Full
Peter Rofe - Commercial Copy Interpretation
Karly Rothenberg - Improv Madness
Steve Savanyu - Choosing the Right Equipment
Robert Sciglimpaglia - Setting up Your VO Business & Mastering Negotiation
Erik Sheppard - Simple Mistakes VO Talent Make Every Day
Amy Taylor - Building Your International Voiceover Business (multi-lingual)
John Taylor - Panel: Voiceover from the Trenches
Tim Underwood - How to be a Go-to VO Talent
Beau Weaver - From JOX to VOX: Making the Transition from Radio to VO
George Whittam - The Technology of Voiceover
Julie Williams - Medical Mumbo: Voicing Complex Technical Narration
Nancy Wolfson - The Best Booking Secret F*$#king Ever
VOICE 2010 Celebrity Banquet - June Foray, Bob Bergen, Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche (not included in full set package)

VOICE 2012

Andy Boyns & Panel - International Voiceover
Beverly Bremers - Ad Lib Ease
Marc Cashman - “We’re Auditioning for a Muse” and Back to School with Marc Cashman’s VO Report Card
Stephani Ciccarelli (Sponsor: - Maximize Online Casting Opportunities
Christopher Currier - Microphones: Choosing the Right Mic for the Job
Terry Daniel, Trish Basanyi, Dave Courvoisier - Social Media and the VO Industry
Dave DeAndrea & Panel - Everything You Need to Know About Demos
Tom Dheere - Goals and Action Plans: Putting it All Together
Bill Farmer - A “Goofy” Afternoon
John Florian & Elizabeth Holmes - Business: Simplify How You Run It
David Goldberg (Sponsor: Edge Studio) - What You Don’t Know... But Must!
Priscilla Groves - How Americans Can Get More VO Work in Europe
Vanessa Hart & Panel - Audio Books: A Master Q&A Panel
Elley-Ray Henessey - Advanced Voice Placement
Bill Holmes & Panel - The Voiceover Doctor Consults with the Specialists
Randye Kaye - Uncover 10 Script Clues that Keep Clients Hiring You
Tim Keenan - How to Succeed in Corporate Narration
MJ Lallo - How to Win Roles in Animation Casting
David H. Lawrence - Mutual Muscles
Dan Lenard and George Whittam - Audio Processing
Gabrielle Nistico & Panel - How to Book a Top Agent
Erik Sheppard - Taboo: The Shocking Trughs of Voiceover
Celia Siegel - Branding and Marketing for the Professional Voice Actor
Robert Sciglimpaglia - Mysteries of the VO World Revealed
Joe J. Thomas - You Can’t Get There from Here
William Williams - On-line Audition Secrets
Bettye Zoller - Acting is Reacting
VOICE 2014 Celebrity Banquet - Special Guests: Bill Rogers, Camille Dixon, Joe Ruby and Ken Spears


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