The VO Meter is proud to be back as Official Podcast of The eVOcation Conference 2021. We'll be brining you great previews from the presenters, as well as live interviews during the conference. Stay Tuned!
We meet with 2/3 of The Voice Over Collective and co-founders of The VO Weekly Workout, Brad Venable and Tim Friedlander. Plus, a special fan QUESTIONABLE GEAR PURCHASE by Curt Bonnem https://www.vometer.com https://www.paulstefano.com http://www.dailyvo.com/ https://www.vocalboothtogo.com/ https://www.jmcvoiceover.com/demo-production/ https://www.voiceactorwebsites.com/ https://www.audiopub.org/ https://globalvoiceacademy.com/ https://timpaige.lpages.co/podcast-demos/
Due to the embarrassment of riches we have received in the form of guests and speakers we have decided to release a sneak peak of the upcoming episode. We are joined by Voice Actors and founders of the VO Weekly Workout, Brad Venable and Tim Friedlander. https://www.vometer.com https://www.paulstefano.com http://www.dailyvo.com/ https://www.vocalboothtogo.com/ https://www.jmcvoiceover.com/demo-production/ https://www.voiceactorwebsites.com/ https://www.audiopub.org/ https://globalvoiceacademy.com/ https://timpaige.lpages.co/podcast-demos/
Episode 31 - Studio Connectivity with Kevin Leach and Tim Friedlander
VO School Podcast
For more information: https://www.voschoolpodcast.comThis week on the VO School Podcast we are discussing studio connectivity. While this may not be the sexiest subject, it is an aspect of voiceover that needs to be understood in order to compete as a voice actor in 2018 and beyond.What is ‘studio connectivity’? This is the technology that allows you to connect your home studio (however modest) to the world. This enables you to be directed live in much the same way as a talent visiting a recording studio, but from the comfort of your own home!This can be a complicated subject and is often misunderstood, so allow us to strip everything back to the basics as we discuss the history of this technology, where we are today and where we think this tech is going in the next five to ten years.If acronyms such as ISDN, IPDTL, SPID, SIP, VOIP or PRI hold little meaning for you, this episode is for you! Joining us this week are Kevin Leach, founding director of In:Quality, makers of the popular ipDTL studio connection service. Kevin is also an engineer with decades of experience in radio for the BBC. Tim Friedlander is a voice talent and owner of SoundboxLA a recording studio in Los Angeles that specializes in recording voice talent.
Episode 28 - Rejection with Kathleen Gonzales Tim Friedlander and Jason Linere White
VO School Podcast
Visit us at http://www.voschoolpodcast.comThis week on the VO School Podcast we are taking a deep dive into the murky waters of rejection and failure. Every actor has to deal with rejection, at all stages of their career, indeed it is a crucial part of the job, so how do you learn to befriend it?We take a look at the many ways actors face rejection and learn that rather than viewing it as a negative aspect of this career, we discuss ways to use it as motivation, an opportunity to learn and a way to build confidence.So what steps can you take to cope with constant rejection or negative feedback? How can you reframe failure as a positive experience? How do you deal with negative people or influences? And when is enough enough? Joining me this week are three voice talents who all have a great perspective on failure and rejection and have fought their own battles with rejection and failure on their own voiceover journey. Listen below to my interview with Kathleen Gonzales, Jason Lenere White and Tim Friedlander.
Episode 7 - Networking with Tim Friedlander Jay Preston and Brad Venable
VO School Podcast
Is it who you know or what you know? Well, it’s both! So this week we have devoted an entire episode of the VO School Podcast to networking! Skill, a great demo and perseverance are all crucial for a career in voiceover, but if people don’t know who you are it’s all rather irrelevant.With the help of three extremely talented voice actors who regularly tear up studios across LA - Tim Friedlander, Brad Venable and Jay Preston, we will explore how you can become a network ninja, both online and in-person. Does walking into a room full of strangers scare you? Are you bamboozled by the plethora of online groups and social media platforms? We delve into all of this and discover that the secret to effective networking is simpler and less frightening than you’d imagine!I also put Brad, Tim and Jay on the spot to see if the can put into practice what they preach (they can of course!) so that’s fun!