January 16th, 2010

New list of voice over books

What are the best voice acting books?Here's just a quick announcement to let you know that I just finished putting the "beginning" touches on my list of the best books on voice acting and doing voice overs. I say "beginning" because this list is by no means complete at the time of this writing.

How can I make it more complete? Well, I gotta read more books! But I'd prefer to read books that others think are worth my (or anyone else's) time. So, take a look at my list of voice acting books by following that link (or the one in the main menu above), checking out which books I've listed, and then letting me know if I've missed any good ones by posting a comment or two in the comment section of this post? Thanks!

One Response:

  1. Andrew

    My voice, to me, does not like.
    But, they say, is good. I can offer my candidature (when this project will be more mature) for the Italian, if you deem it appropriate.
    Maybe you could collect samples, both male and female, to choose the appropriate ones?
    I think we can talk about it yet…

What do you think?