PRLog - Oct. 26, 2010 - LONDON, Ontario -- Pat Fraley, a regular guest on Voices.com’s podcast series The Voice Over Experts, shares his valuable insight on creating character demos in his new lesson titled “Anatomy of a Character Voice Demo.”
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In this episode Fraley breaks down the process of producing an actual character voice over demo with his student Pamela Chollet. Fraley teaches Pamela how to go from funny to hilarious, create evocative characters, and select the appropriate music bed to craft the ideal character demo.
The Voice Over Experts podcasts are hosted by Voices.com, the online voice over marketplace. The podcasts offer an on-line library of free voice acting lessons designed for those just starting out and are a treasure trove of resources for established voice actors who want to refine their knowledge and skills from the privacy of their own home and at their own pace.
The Voice Over Experts Podcast can be found in the iTunes Podcast Directory and online at the Voices.com Podcast Center.
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About Pat Fraley
Pat Fraley has created voices for over 4,000 characters, placing him among the top ten performers of all time to be cast in animation. He has produced dozens of award-winning audiobooks, such as, Adventures of Tom Sawyer, A Very Easy Death, and The Light in The Piazza. Pat produced and performed all 100 voices on the award winning audiobook, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which People Magazine hailed as, "The best yet of this evergreen." Patrick teaches events, workshops, and seminars on various aspects of voice over across the country, and has created a variety of instructional books and CDs, all available at PatFraley.com. He is a member of The Voice and Speech Trainers of America, and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Professional Acting from Cornell University.
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