For more than 25 years, Charles Michel has been grooming voice over performers. Introducing them to his "TRIGGERS FOR SUCCESS" — FUNDAMENTAL TECHNIQUES guaranteed to make the difference between failure and success in a potentially ultra-lucrative field.
As director of The Voice Bank, a company that represents several hundred voice-over artists, Charles has cast, produced, written and directed hundreds of voice-driven projects. An actor, singer, character voice performer and voice-over announcer, he has trained hundreds of voice-over performers.
Now you too can benefit from Charles's decades of experience — from the comfort of your own home!
Call Charles Michel TODAY at 1-866-WINVOICE (1-866-946-8642) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
• A RECORDING SESSION with Charles Michel directly from your home in "The Virtual Studio"
• Includes a detailed follow-up "Road-Map" helping to plan your Voice Over future
• A PRIVATE course with Charles Michel
• Personalized, one-on-one instruction tailored to your needs and lifestyle.
• Each step carefully documented with private recorded coaching sessions in "The Virtual Studio" using new technologies from the convenience of your own home!
• From technique to marketing — everything you need to succeed
Charles Michel proudly believes this course is the most thorough voice over training course offered anywhere in the country. Let him tell you why.
Learn how to become a true player in Voice Over! My next New York City seminars take place January 11 and March 1.
Next week, I will specifically address what announcer sensation Ted Williams is doing right and how you can learn from his success. I will also talk about the practical lessons for VO in the film, “The King’s Speech.”
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In addition to training the voices of hundreds of people, Charles Michel has been an actor, singer, character voice performer and voice-over announcer.
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Studying with Charles Michel has been nothing but a positive and rewarding experience in my pursuit to a career in voiceover.
Most people work hard at never appearing foolish. They avoid being “too” animated, energized, opinionated, eccentric, etc. From the onset of puberty when teenage peer pressure compels people to be “cool” and fit in, most folks live in dire fear of being laughed at, which is probably the largest obstacle in getting the winning voice… Because it blocks free exspression. Intellectually, you probably already know that if “they” laugh at you, you will not suddenly drop dead. However, you need to start to believe this at an emotional level as well. Laughter is not life threatening! So, the quickest way to get over the fear of others laughing at you is to make sure that they do!