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The 6th Annual VO Atlanta Voiceover

The 6th Annual VO Atlanta Voiceover

The VO Atlanta Voiceover Conference is the most important event in the industry. It brings together not only voice over talents, but producers, directors, agents from all around the world for four days to offer the opportunity to have fun while learning, networking and becoming part of the biggest voice-over community. VO Atlanta Starts NOW!!! […]


The Golden Age of Animation and Voice Acting

The Golden Age of Animation and Voice Acting

There are many types of jobs and recordings for voiceover artist, from e-learning projects to corporates, but perhaps voice acting is the most known and exciting part of a voice-over talent’s work. We are living in a golden age of animation and consequently the voice acting industry too. Voice acting requires not only a great […]


Loving Voice Acting and Loving Vincent, the First Oil Painted Feature Film

Loving Voice Acting and Loving Vincent, the First Oil Painted Feature Film

Some weeks ago, we started working on a very fascinating audio guides project and decided to talk on our blog about audio tours and how they are a great opportunity career for voice over talents. If you want to get some tips on how to become an audio guide voice talent, you can read the […]


The Imaginarium of DVO with Pablo: How to Prepare a Recording

The Imaginarium of DVO with Pablo: How to Prepare a Recording

The Imaginarium of DVO, a place for wonder and knowledge, welcomes our Spanish voice over talent Pablo, who is giving us some tips on how to work with a recording script. The first thing we all must learn and understand is that not every audio script can be prepared the same way. Each project requires […]


Going Paperless in Voiceovers

Going Paperless in Voiceovers

Saving the environment is, of course, the most important reason not to use paper when you are working on a voice over recording. Besides the ecological balance there are other arguments to avoid a studio fill up with paper. Here they are: Flat screen monitors are very economical and affordable. Set up your studio with […]


The Imaginarium of DVO with Johanny: Recommendation on Condenser Microphones

The Imaginarium of DVO with Johanny: Recommendation on Condenser Microphones

The Imaginarium of DVO, a place for wonder and knowledge, welcomes Johanny, who already shared with us some relevant information about dynamic microphone or condenser ones In this new audio post, he focuses on condenser microphones and recommends us which ones are the best for our voiceover recordings. Shure is the most common one, and […]


“The Man of Thousand Voices”, the Great Voice Actor of All Time

“The Man of Thousand Voices”, the Great Voice Actor of All Time

Mel Blanc, known as “The Man of Thousand Voices” was the most prolific voice actor in the voice-acting industry and without a doubt one of the most influential one. He really earned that nickname after working in nearly 400 different character voices and providing a rich mix of voices for some 3,000 animated cartoons. He […]


The Imaginarium of DVO with Bernardo

The Imaginarium of DVO with Bernardo

The Imaginarium of DVO, a place for wonder and knowledge, presents you Bernardo, and the story of how a publicist became a voice over talent. Bernardo, a Mexican Creative Director and Copywriter liked to be involve in the production and recording sessions of the texts he wrote for his clients. He grew curious about the […]


Welcome to The Imaginarium of DVO

Welcome to The Imaginarium of DVO

A place for wonder and knowledge, where anyone in the voice over industry can be part of it. If you are a voice over talent or a company interested in this art, this is your spot to learn and share an idea, thought, anecdotes, advices or a story, thought your voice. Welcome to our Community. […]


Tips for Beginners in Voice Overs

Voice Over Tips for Beginners

Just because you have an amazing or unique voice doesn’t mean you’re going to be the best voice over talent ever. You have to work to be a professional voice actor. Here you can find some tips to become a voice artist. 1. You need to read out loud to learn to master intonation, punctuation, […]



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