In this course, you will :
- Demonstrates vocal techniques for adapting and changing your voice's sound. She also discusses how she came up with the voice for Bart Simpson.
- Discusses the advantages of identifying your vocal niches and strengths, as well as how to discover and identify yours.
- Gives you tips on how to get started in voice acting. She tells stories about her mentor, Daws Butler, and discusses the importance of having a mentor in developing your vocal skill set. You'll also discover how to make an effective demo reel.
- Teaches you how to create original characters by creating voices for our original series No-Effort Girl in real time. She also teaches you how to look for clues to help you develop your own characters.
- Nancy discusses how to voice multiple characters at once, using My Little Pony and The Simpsons as examples, and how she manages to keep her stable of characters separate and distinct.
- Nancy demonstrates how she prepares for a recording session. She demonstrates how she notates a script and how doing so makes tasks like recording in other languages easier to complete.
- Nancy walks you through the techniques and situations to be aware of during your first recording session. Before, after, and during sessions, you'll learn how to prepare and care for your voice.
- Demonstrates how to keep a character's voice consistent through various vocal challenges using an original script.
- Shows you how to navigate scenes in which a character goes through a range of emotions. She then performs an original script and demonstrates the benefits of improv with a Simpsons story.
- Nancy records an original script with multiple characters as a culmination of the techniques she's taught thus far. She also demonstrates how to collaborate with a director. You'll see the entire animated scene from No-Effort Girl.
- introduces you to the cast of characters you'll meet along the way in this industry, and she offers advice on how to get representation. She also discusses how to deal with auditions, rejection, and the business aspects of your career.
- Vocal Techniques
- Your Vocal Identity
- How to Become a Voice Actor: Jump-Starting Your Career
- Creating Character Voices
- Creating Distinct Characters
- Breaking Down Your Script
- Voice Acting Tips for Recording
- Keeping Your Character's Voice Consistent
- Performing a Range of Emotions
- The Ultimate Vocal Challenge
- Taking Your Career to the Next Level
- Lessons From a 10-Year-Old Boy
- Harness Your Voice