Dan O'Day's Radio & Voice Over Seminars
VOICEOVER CAREER SECRETS
by Harlan Hogan

67-Minute Audio Seminar; Instant Download!

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Dan O'Day A ton of information and a ton of fun. I grilled
voiceover legend Harlan Hogan on the most-asked
questions submitted by other voiceover folks —
beginners and seasoned pros alike. If you're serious
about a voiceover career, download this teleseminar
now.


Voiceover Superstar Harlan Hogan Gives Direct
Answers To These Very Direct Questions From
Voiceover Pros.
  • Do you have to audition?

  • What percentage of your auditions is done at an outside location
    determined by the client, and what percentage is done by you from
    your studio?

  • How do you handle the rejection that’s an inevitable part of the
    audition process?

  • What are some of the common mistakes you have seen people
    commit when making demos?

  • Is there a way to get a good start in voiceovers without dishing out
    a lot of money?

  • What’s your opinion of high-priced “create a demo for you”
    services?

  • What is a reasonable amount to spend on a demo?

  • What’s your opinion of “pay-for-play” sites? You can put your
    online demo up for free but if you want to submit your voice for any
    particular audition you have to pay a fee simply to audition....

  • At what point in my voiceover career should I seek an agent?

  • What should I reasonably expect an agent to do for my career?

  • Let’s say I don't have an agent, or I have one and I’m looking to
    make a change. What's the best way for a voice talent to approach
    an agent?

  • What can a performer do to make people want to work with him or
    her again?

  • How do you care for your voice, both in your everyday life and also
    in the recording session itself?

  • How do you feel about schools and coaches for voice talent?

  • What is the cheapest realistic cost of a home studio for
    auditioning?

  • What is the cheapest realistic cost of a home studio for recording sessions?

  • How do you feel about the inflated claims that some people have
    made about how profitable the voiceover industry is?
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Harlan Hogan Explains...
  • The real purpose of your demo

  • The most common mistake people make when creating a demo

  • What you need to have before you make your demo. (Most people
    never think about this.)

  • What you can do to set yourself apart from the others before the
    audition actually begins
    — whether in person or over the
    Internet

  • Three common mistakes people make when auditioning

  • A big mistake radio people make when auditioning

  • A cool guerrilla tactic for auditioning from multiple scripts on a
    page

  • The mistake of “auditioning your resume”

  • One thing that will brand you as an amateur when you audition

  • What to do when you show up at the audition with a bad cold

  • What not to do when you show up at the audition with a bad cold

  • How to leverage a new booking into representation with the
    agency of your dreams

  • 5 things not to do at the recording session

  • Bait & switch “voiceover training” scams

  • How (and why) to protect your hearing. (This one tip alone will
    increase the quality of the remainder of your life.)

  • How to choose the perfect mic for your voice
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(67-Minute Audio Seminar, Instant Download 

Harlan Hogan has crafted a world-class, three-decade voiceover career
from his home studio in Chicago. He's given voice to some of the most
recognizable campaigns in advertising history:
          "Raid kills bugs fast, kills bugs dead."
          "When you care enough to send the very best."
          "Energizer changes batteries — precisely."
          "Thick, rich Heinz catsup; good things come to those who wait."
          "It's the cereal even Mikey likes!"
— all Harlan Hogan.

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