Are you auditioning for voice-over jobs but never getting calls back? Try our voice method which will allow you to walk into the sound booth with a confident voice. Eliminate your accent and learn good breath support before recording a demo.
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Be certain that your accent is not interfering with your ability to create a character who is believable and understandable. Review your sides with a trained Speech Pathologist/Dialect Coach. When it comes to accents, actors are in a rather unique position.
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Your voice is your unique signature; it defines your personality, your mood and your identity. Working with a Speech Pathologist can give you the skills you needed to have a strong, resonant effective voice for auditions, voice-over acting, stage or screen work, corporate presentations, and public speaking.
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If you have an accent or you do not articulate clearly, your speech may interfere with your ability to achieve your professional goals. The use of planned pausing and phrasing and the ability to emphasize words for meaning allows you to project confidence and professionalism.
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Sound by sound, you will learn how to speak without an accent. A phonetic analysis of your non-native accent by a licensed Speech Pathologist/Dialect Coach will help you understand the differences between your pronunciation and that of Standard American English.
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Americans have many different ways of speaking. The way in which you produce your consonant and vowels, which is specific to the area in which you live, is called a regional accent. For personal and professional reasons, people often choose to reduce or eliminate their regional accent.
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