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Thread: Voice overs

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    Do any of you have any experience with this? I have a company that is interested in possibly using my voice for book narration, commercials, etc but I know nothing about the field. I had two college profs who also said I should market my voice, but I was not sure how to do it, or if I wanted to. I could sure use the $$$ right now! (more fabric, right?) :D

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    Go for it!!!!!

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    I don't know anything about it but you should go for it, if it's something you would like to do.

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    Aw, I really hope it works out for you....sorry, I know NOTHING about it!

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    Gee I wish I could get paid to talk for a living. Go for it cant hurt.

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    a friend does it for extra money...not much to it - they give you a script and you read it according to their inscructions. They then put the audio of your voice over the top of a video that someone else made to produce their final video. Good voices - without accent or impediment - can be used for many things and can get you that extra money you want for the shopping trips. good luck.

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    Paid to talk? Wow, if I could get paid to do something I do compulsively I'd be rich as Bill Gates. Once upon a time I was a trial (criminal defense) lawyer and had to learn to cut to the chase and be very careful in cross examination. I got very good at it but continue to chatter as in this post.

    Time to walk the beasts and get to the charity quilting I'm doing for a fundraiser tomorrow for a family that lost their home to fire.

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    I have an acquaintance who does voice overs and does pretty well. I say "DO IT".

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    Go For It!

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    I agree with everyone.
    Do it!
    Sounds like fun (and easy).

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