Gobs on Sticks

Thoughts mostly (but not always) about the voice-over business, from London Voiceover Artist, Mike Cooper

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    My name is Mike Cooper. I'm a full time Voiceover Artist living and working in London, and this is my blog. Find out more about me on my main website (there's a link further down this column), or if you'd like to hear some of my work, check out the files below.

What a mistake to make…

Posted by MikeCooper on March 14, 2009

I read a great blog post this week at VoiceOverExtra.com by David Goldberg, who’s a producer and voice coach at EdgeStudio in the United States.

In his piece, David talks about the reasons why some voiceover artists don’t get asked back twice and covers everything from basic schoolboy errors in marketing (like not putting your contact details on your demo) to some of the finer points of studio etiquette.

There’s a lot of stuff here which seasoned talents will know, either consciously or otherwise, but you might be surprised at what you hadn’t thought of. If you’re following my articles on getting started in voiceovers, then you owe it to yourself to take a look! Here’s the link.

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