To be an established VO artist, you have to start by networking with people to let them know that you are a budding voice artist. It might help you land a gig or two with someone you know in your circle or you can ask for referrals and recommendations from your family. You can even volunteer or look for any voice work in your community that you can audition for. Signing up on online platforms also proves to widen your reach as a voice artist. You can start by just recording a character from one of your favorite shows. If not, then you can always rely on google to get you some information.. All you have to do is put in a little extra research to find the relevant person that might help you get an audition. The key here is to build your vocal skills by recording yourself speaking or understanding the basic ways to project your voice differently on command. Developing a strategy early helps you articulate your words better. You will be able to know how to control your voice and it will offer you flexibility when trying for an audition. This is just setting up your profile to get you started and to give you a boost of confidence before you start dubbing professionally. Now, building a profitable career in anything, let alone voice-over, takes consistency and dedication. So, If you can, try to audition for as many jobs as you possibly can, and even if nothing comes out of it, you're still gaining valuable experience while also getting a vocal workout.
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