I got a call from one of my VO2GoGo Pros the other day, and he was in a bit of a panic.
Not a huge panic, just a bit of one.
He was wondering why a voice-seeker on Voice123.com wanted all of the people who were auditioning for their project to “go to a studio near them.”
I had an answer for him.
To be fair, he was new to being a Pro, and being a Premium Member of Voice123.com.
And give that Voice123 sometimes doesn’t do the best job of explaining what they mean by certain things, I could understand his concern.
There’s a part of the summary of the projects on Voice123 that displays what the voice-seeker needs from the voice talent. And one of those items can read something like this:
Recording & Delivery Requirements: Talent must record at a designated studio in a specified area
My Pro wanted to know why he had to go to a studio to audition, when he had perfectly good home recording gear to use at his house.
When I explained that this “requirement” was only going to be necessary should he book the job, and not for the audition, he was relieved.
It’s not the first time someone’s had that question.
Voice123 could be clearer about this, and a lot of other things it shows us as voice talent.
What do you find confusing about Voice123? What do you wish they’d make clearer? Let me know below, and I’ll try to clear up the confusion.
Hope this helps.