Voice Acting Tip #5

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Voice Acting Tip #5

Post  Mochan on Fri Jun 27, 2008 11:47 am

We all want to be picky in our lives, thinking that we deserve the very best, and you wouldn't be wrong to think that. However, just like with anything in life, you gotta start somewhere and that somewhere is usually at the bottom.

In voice acting it's very rare to get a lead role your very first audition. But instead of getting that lead role, you were given an extra role, however, you didn't try out for that role, should you accept it? Of course! Even though it's a small role, being grateful and excited about getting anything at all will get you really far in the voice acting world.

You start at the bottom and work your way up. Every single role is something to put on your resume and it's important to realize that the more small bit parts you do for various producers, the more they'll begin to see you grow and hey, you never know, they might end up giving you bigger and bigger roles.

Try not to be discouraged about not being cast at all. It's important to realize that you're up against some fierce competition and generally there just aren't enough roles for every single person who tried out.

Every role you acquire is great practice. Keep auditioning and never give up, no matter how small the role may be. Smile

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