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Using My Voice for Fun (Not So Much for Profit)

HuskyDorkHuskyDork Registered User regular
edited January 2012 in Help / Advice Forum
Howdy folks,

After taking in some video game voice actor panels earlier in this month, I definitely want to check out the world of voice acting. It's time to stop annoying my wife with using different voices around the house and put them to some actual use. It would be awesome to volunteer voicing a character (or characters) for an indie game or some other project, but my expectations for doing this are pretty low.

Obviously I need some vocal training before even attempting this, so can anyone recommend a voiceover/voice acting class (or classes) to get me started? Thanks!

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