'VOICE OVER BODY SHOP' WEBCAST
Voice-Over Booth Camp's Joe Loesch Drills
Specs For Success Tonight On VOBS Webcast
January 15, 2018
(VOXtra) - We're accustomed to reading specs for auditions and jobs. How about the specs of a successful career in voice-over?
Voice-Over Booth Camp's creator and leader Joe Loesch marches to the online guest spot tonight on the Voice Over Body Shop webcast (starting at 6 pm Pacific at vobs.tv), to share what has animated his more than 30 years in this biz - and tips for what's relevant for your career today.
"Joe is a full-time voice actor, coach and spoken word producer who's passionate about this business," notes Dan Lenard (the Home Studio Master), who co-hosts the webcast with George Whittam (VO audio tech guru). "And he has an enthusiastic, positive, humorous personality that he conveys to all his students."
Teaching VO for more than 20 years, Joe's Voice-Over Booth Camps are intensive all-day workshops around the U.S. and in Nashville, Joe's home town. On January 30, he and VoiceOverXtra launch Voice-Over Booth Camp Online - a series of three online workshops held on Tuesday nights.
Dan adds: "'Tonight, we'll talk with Joe about what makes a successful VO career, and how you can get your focus in the right place.
"He'll also give us tips for creating characters and strategies for looking at and breaking down copy."
Send your questions now and during the webcast to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Always unpredictable and chocked with valuable how-to info on home studio technology - and all things voice over - this Monday night webcast has earned a large following for the hundreds of live and recorded episodes. Plus, it features news and VO how-to advice from VoiceOverXtra. And a lively chatroom is a show in itself!
The online event starts at 9 pm Eastern; 8 pm Central; 7 pm Mountain; 6 pm Pacific.
Past shows can also be viewed any time on YouTube and at the VOBS website: www.vobs.tv.
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