Starts Tuesday, January 10, 2023
6:30 PM-9:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
The registration period has closed for this event.
Class Sessions: 1/10/2023, 1/17/2023, 1/24/2023, 1/31/2023
Elevate your skills from passively reading aloud to actively narrating vivid projects! Through drills, games, and critical listening exercises, this class will guide you to find a connection with the text, paraphrase the story, understand the writer's intention, and paint a portrait with your words.
Core classes are designed for beginning and intermediate students. Before taking a Core class, students should have completed the relevant Beginner class or taken one entry-level class elsewhere.
This class is held on Zoom. Class will not be recorded.
Class size is limited to 12 students
Spaces Remaining: 7
All Core classes may be bundled in the following ways:
Breaking It Down
Narration Nuts & Bolts
Characters in Action
Acting for VO
Building Your Business
|Mix & Match||Any 3 of the above||$1,155||$120|
All 9 Commercial, Narration,
and Character Core classes
|Complete Core||All 12 Core classes!||$4,500||$600|
Add Core classes to your cart in the combination(s) of your choice. Bundle pricing will apply automatically when three or more Core classes appear in your cart.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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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