The Audition Process
Auditions may seem frustrating and nerve-wracking, but they are an essential part of the voiceover business. Without auditions, it would be very difficult for performers to get exposure to producers and other talent buyers.
Over the past several years, the audition process has changed from one where the voice talent would go to a studio or other site for a live audition, to one where, more and more often, the talent will now audition via the Internet or email by recording their audition in their home studio. Agents in larger cities will often handle auditions at their office.
No matter how it’s done, the audition process is still the most efficient way a producer or advertiser has of choosing the best performer ...
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