Presented by: Mark Blum
This is a practical workshop designed to acquaint the student with the specific techniques involved in performing commercial voice over and radio copy. Students will practice the basics of mic technique, acquire tools to discover the point of view demanded by the commercial copy, and will learn how to translate that understanding into a compelling performance at an audition or a recording session. The student will also gain perspective on demo tapes, casting directors, agents and the audition process.
Mark Blum has over 20 years experience doing voice overs, including BB&T Bank (spokesperson), General Mills, McDonalds, Superpretzel, NY Lottery, The American Diabetes Association, and many more. He has done numerous narrations for industrial films, coming attraction film trailers, many Books On Tape, and is the voice of several Museums. His demo is available on the Abrams Artists website.
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212)-675-2370 x 1 if you have any questions.