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As the voice-over industry continues to grow at a speedy rate, more and more people are becoming curious about the fascinating world of voice acting. Reading out loud for a living does sound easy and fun, but what qualities distinguish the voice actors who rise to the top? Join this class to learn and put into practice the basics you'll need to get started in voice acting, including your own voice quality, interpretation of scripts, and preparing for auditions. You'll leave class with a wealth of knowledge and your own short demo recording. Who knows? Becoming a successful voice talent might just be within you.
Class Sections For Voice Acting: An Introduction (LLMT 459)
Fall 2021 Section 1, Starting on: 09/09/2021
Taught by Michelle Ortega. This class takes place online on Sept 9 and 16. It meets at the Continuing Education and Community Engagement building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC) on Sept 23, and the last session meets at the Marriott Library audio studio (295 S 1500 E, SLC) on Sept 30. Class is limited to 10.