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Okay...So that was weird...

So it's been a while since I've posted anything in this blog...bad bad me!! I'm sure everyone has had the same crazy year that I have so I won't get into the "why I didn't" mode of things.


I was however able to get several books completed over the past year and have gained an enormous amount of experience in the process. I am constantly learning new ways to record and edit my work to make the process more smooth and most importantly ...less time consuming.


I was able to complete a few training sessions with my VO Coach - but that came to a screeching halt with the pandemic....


Although the past year was weird ... I still learned a lot about this industry and have in the process grown tremendously.


All of that aside - I am still loving getting into the booth and recording. I have developed relationships with various authors who continuously offer me jobs to do so staying busy is certainly not a problem!


I guess the biggest thing I've learned so far is - as I stated at the onset of all of this - VO work is by no means easy. It takes a lot of time and dedication but is also extremely fun to do. It is certainly NOT for everyone. If you don't like spending a lot of time by yourself in a booth--this probably is not the avenue for you!


That's it for now! Hopefully my next post won't be so far down the road next time!! Thanks for reading!!


Carlie




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