DC – Voiceover Workshops & Panel – April 28 – 30 – FEE

Come learn from top names in the voiceover industry with MdM Talent’s exclusive Voiceover Workshops and Industry Panel!  The three LA-based voiceover guest-artists are some of the most sought-after talent, teachers, and coaches in their industry: Debi Derryberry, Daniel Ross, and David Sobolov. They have voiced iconic roles such as JIMMY NEUTRON in “Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius,” DONALD DUCK in Disney’s “Mickey and the Roadster Racers,” LUCKY for Lucky Charms, the role of DRAX THE DESTROYER in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, GORILLA GRODD in CW’s “The Flash,” and hundreds of other animated series, films, radio and TV commercials, video games, and live action features.

The Friday night Industry Panel from 6:30-8:30pm will be moderated by Justin Timpane and will involve the artists in a discussion about their lives and careers, then will open up to questions from the audience. Afterward, guests will be able to circulate to each of the artists stationed around our event space and will have the opportunity for signatures, pictures, book purchasing and signings, etc.

 

The weekend’s events break down as follows:

Friday April, 28th – 6:30pm–8:30pm – Voiceover Industry Panel (ages 10+) $18

Saturday April 29th – 10am–1:30pm – Youth Voiceover Workshop (ages 10–17) $175

Saturday April 29th – 3:30pm–7pm – Adult Voiceover Workshop 1 (ages 18+) $175

Sunday April 30th – 9:30am – 1pm – Adult Voiceover Workshop 2 (ages 18+) $175

**PLEASE NOTE (for Adults)**- The two adult workshops are IDENTICAL, so please only choose one.

 

The three voiceover workshops over the course Saturday and Sunday will cover topics such as:

– How to Market & Brand Yourself in the Voiceover Industry

– How to Get Started and The Discovery Process of a Voiceover Career

– Special Demands and Challenges of the Voiceover Market (and how to overcome them!)

– Voiceover Audition Techniques

– Acting Techniques Useful for Voiceover Work Such As Animation and Video Games

– Commercial VO Techniques and Exercises

– Creating a Demo Reel

– Woking with Copy and What to Expect in the Studio

– Microphone Etiquette

– How to Record A Successful Mp3

– How to Make Some of the Most Common Noises and Sounds

– The Impact of Social Media

….and more

 

Each workshop will be limited to 30 participants, divided into 3 groups of no more than 10 participants each. These groups will circulate to 3 different classes with each voiceover artist over the course of 3 hours. This will afford them the opportunity to experience a wide variety of techniques and topics from three different experts who are highly regarded in their field. The final 30 minutes will conclude with a Q&A with all 3 guest artists and will focus on the voiceover industry and other useful advice for aspiring voiceover talent. (For the youth workshop, parents are invited to participate in the last 30 minute Q&A Session.) *PLEASE NOTE* – Some prior acting/performing experience is requested as this workshop is geared toward those interested in expanding their acting skills and possibly pursuing a path in the voiceover industry.

 

For more information, pricing and to register, click here