Sounds Wilde Voice Over Workshop: Advanced Voice Introduction Feb 2013
Event on 2013-02-24 11:00:00
Sounds Wilde Voice Over Workshop:
Advanced Voice Introduction
Sunday February 24 2013 11am – 3pm
Sounds Wilde Studio, 201 Hackney Road, Shoreditch, London, E2 8JL
A fun and informative workshop focussing on advanced character & professional skills for voice artists and actors
Award-winning voice over artist Becca Stewart and experienced voice & sound producer Kirsty Gillmore will guide you through developing skills in the specific areas of animation & character work, English Language Teaching, audiobooks and dubbing
Learn about the different specific industries of animation, dubbing, audiobooks and ELT
Help with choosing scripts for animation and audiobooks
Guidance in marking up scripts
Develop specific character voices and try them out
Industry advice and tips on getting experience and finding work in the above industries
Technical advice on recording in the studio
Record scripts in our professional vocal booth with direction and feedback
Take home your recordings to add to your voice reel
NEW EXTENDED STUDIO RECORDING TIME!
Buy a £10 Extra Studio Time ticket and get an extra hour in the studio following the workshop to practice and record scripts with direction and feedback from the tutors!
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS: On the day of the workshop, please CALL KIRSTY when you arrive at the building! The doorbell and door knocking cannot be heard from the Sounds Wilde studio
CONTACT DETAILS: Kirsty's Mobile: 07930689132
Becca Stewart is a Canadian actor, singer and voice over artist living and working in London. Becca's versatile voice is an established presence in London's voice over scene and she has enjoyed working in all facets of the industry, including alongside the wonderful acting talents of Mark Heap, Adjoa Andoh and David Menkin.
Winner in 2010 of a TELETOON People's Choice Award, in her voice over and animation debut, Becca has voiced films for Disney (High School Musical), Universal Pictures (Scott Pilgrim Vs The World) and worked magic in cartoons for Telegale, Disney, Nickelodeon and numerous video and computer games. Her corporate clients include Nike, EHarmony, Nokia, Oxford University Press and Isis Publishing Audio Books.
Kirsty Gillmore has over 11 years experience as a sound engineer and sound designer across voice reels, broadcasting, post-production for film and TV and theatre. Having trained and worked for the BBC for 8 years in radio and news she has extensive experience in producing voices to international broadcasting standards. In 2010 she left the BBC to establish her own sound, voice reel and voice over business, Sounds Wilde, which operates out of her professionally-equipped Pro Tools studio in Shoreditch. Her voice reel clients have enjoyed success as voice artists, including signing to top voice agencies such as Soho Voices.
Kirsty is also an experienced voice over artist, recording audio books and voice overs for a wide range of professional and corporate clients.
What Sounds Wilde workshop participants & clients say:
“Really straightforward practical advice given..bravo! Loved it!” – Emma Cooper
“Keep up the good work!" – Sulu Sarma
"Very informative…encouraging" - Serafina Salvador
“…really knows what she's talking about and is so generous in offering constructive feedback as well as wisdom & advice. One of the few people I have encountered who surpasses expectations!”
- Tamarin McGinley
“I cannot recommend Sounds Wilde highly enough!” – Sidney Cole
“I would thoroughly recommend Sounds Wilde, Kirsty was brilliant the whole way through.I felt so comfortable and relaxed at the recording session, we spoke through everything and she gave me support and advice on each script” – Rachel Crowther
Bethnal Green, United Kingdom