Edge Studio’s Voice Over Blog

Here you’ll find practical articles written to help you skip the “trial and error” often associated with pursuing and building a career, and instead gain a candid look into the voice over industry, where the work is, why some people get it, why some don’t, and tips and techniques to help you reach your goals.

Remember that your voice, interests, and potential are unique. For this reason, our articles provide multiple ideas and scenarios so that you can make the right decision for your career.

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Specificity in Voice Acting Can Help You Stand Out

Specificity. It’s a word that has come up a lot in voice over. In a world where actors are having to do a lot of home recordings, it’s an important concept to take to heart. When you are rehearsing and practicing you can play and be free with the sides and your approach to the characters, but when you are auditioning for a project, you need to be specific. What do I mean by that? Well, really examine that character, the genre and the sp...
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Joanne Boreham

Blog Posts

Specificity in Voice Acting Can Help You Stand Out

Joanne Boreham

When to Use Equalization and Compression

Art Bruder

Using Social Media as a Voice Actor

Siobhan O'Loughlin

Voice Over Community Building in the Booth and on Zoom

Siobhan O'Loughlin

How To Set Proper Levels for Voice Over

Dan Friedman

Diction, Clarity, and Pacing Makes for Good Communication

Pen-Pen Chen

The Art of Self Direction for Voice Actors

David Goldberg

Taming Stage Fright for Voice Actors

Lara Hirner

Simple Rules for Audiobook Success

Johnny Heller