Saturday, October 8, 2022
10:00 AM-1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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From corporate narration to audiobooks, the art of telling stories is the foundation of narrative voice over. Uncover your natural 'storyteller' and discover how you can have a lasting impact on the listener. This preliminary class prepares you for more in-depth study in the narration track.
Classes at the beginner level are for students who are starting out in voice over or who have just begun a new track. These classes open the door to further study within any given track.
This class is held on Zoom. Class will not be recorded.
Spaces Remaining: 3
Bundle all four beginner classes in your cart and get Intro to VO for free ($50 savings!)
Beginner Bundle includes:
Intro to VO
All four classes must be in your cart in order to receive the discount.
Pamela Lorence is a seasoned professional in the voiceover and audio production businesses. She produces audio and multimedia experiences across a wide variety of platforms. Specializing in voiceovers and sound design for commercials, audiobooks, eLearning, museum audio guides, podcasts, and company branding, she works with clients during every stage of project development. She’s directed voice over talent, engineered recording sessions, narrated several long and short form productions, and has edited and mastered many award winning, professional productions for companies like Antenna International, a subsidiary of Discovery Communications, Inc., Earprint Productions, Deyan Audio, Bee Audio, Audible Inc. and radio stations such as WQEW-NY, WQXR-NY, and KFOG-SF.
She’s an Audible Approved Producer and also a member of the Audio Publishers Association, Associations of Independents in Radio, and Women's Audio Mission. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the World Voices Organization.
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