Just a quick note to those of you interested in doing voice over for our productions. We’re going to start sending out emails updating what voice over parts are still available and which ones are being added. If you would like to be on this list drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “VOICE OVER LIST”
IF YOU HAVE NOT HEARD ONE OF OUR AUDIO PRODUCTIONS CLICK ON THE LINK – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDNS1KruWqw or copy and paste into the web address.
TIPS FOR BEING CAST:
1 AUDITION (No brainer) Everyone is welcome to audition for as many parts as they like. Even if you’ve been previously cast in another role you can still audition for additional parts.
2 DON’T BLOW IT – Be sure to keep your mouth at least five inches from the microphone when recording so as not to accidentally blow on it during the recording.
3 QUALITY EQUIPMENT – Make sure you are recording with a quality device, no matter how good you are, if the quality of the recording isn’t that great, we will not be able to use it.
4 GET OUT OF THE CAN – if you’re recording in your closet, don’t sound like it. Covering the walls in the area you are recording with cheap carpeting or foam will absorb the sound and keep your recording from sounding like you’re inside a tin can.
5 RE-RECORD – This is not live, you can record and re-record as many times as you like before submitting. What ever we receive from you we will assume is your best, so if you have mistakes, that is what we will expect to get from you.
6 ACCENT – Don’t let your accent hold you back from auditioning, we are looking for diversity in our productions.
7 REVIEW – Listen back to your recordings through head phones, you will pick up stuff through headphones that you may not hear through your regular speakers.
8 YOU SNOOZE YOU LOOSE – Stay on top of what parts are available to audition for. If you wait to long to submit your audition you could miss out on the part.
9 SPREAD THE WORD – Let other people know about the voice over auditions. The faster we get these parts filled the faster they will be produced and out there. We have three series that will involve new characters in every episode, so there will always be a constant stream of new parts to try for. I’m saying that so you don’t get the idea that you don’t want other people auditioning for fear of missing out. The faster production happens the faster more parts become available. It is to your advantage for more people to audition.
10 HAVE FUN! The more relaxed and loose you are, the more natural your recordings are going to be. It’s always better to over act, than under.
Here is the latest addition of parts to audition for –
An original audio drama by Aaron Majewski
JOHN – A RUGGED YOUNG MALE 18-21
KALLIE – DUMB GIGGLY BLONDE 18-21
DOUG – A “BETA” MALE, JOHNS BUDDY 18-21
BETTY – DOUG’S GIRLFRIEND, KIND AND CENTERED 18-21
SOUND : NIGHT SOUNDS; CRICKETS, AN OWL (X2), WIND I N
THE TREES. HAMMER ON STAKE (X3).
KALIE: John! My feet hurt, when will you have the
tent all set up? I need to sit down and…
JOHN: (Breaks in) Tent’s up, calm down. I told you
not to wear those high heels.
DOUG: But she sure looks good in them.
SOUND : KALIE TITTERS .
JOHN: Thanks for that Doug, boost her ego more.
BETTY: (TEASING) Yes Doug, do. Especially if you want
to get lucky tonight.
FOR MORE PARTS AVAILABLE TO AUDITION FOR, VISIT THE CASTING SECTION OF THE WEBSITE.