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Voiceover Classes

with Steve Blum

Due to an overwhelming number of requests from fans all around the world, Steve has created a series of voiceover classes for those who want to study Voice Acting and take their career (and their life) to the next level! This unique series reflects Steve’s own organic approach and is taught via live webinar, once a month, right from his studio.


From $99 per month

What some of our Students had to say!

An Annual Subscription entitles you to One (1) Full Year of access from date of purchase to all live* voiceover classes, archives of all voiceover classes (including follow-up Q&A videos), and all issues of The Voicemonkey Dispatch.

*Includes one live (depending on the guest’s schedule) interview-style class between Steve and a guest speaker from the industry (other V.O. actors, directors, engineers, writers, etc.) per month. Steve will interview the Guest for 30 minutes on his/her/their own choice of topic, followed by opening up the class for Q&A (when live).*  PLUS 24/7 access to the archive of all previous classes!

In this year worth of live voiceover classes you’ll access real-world tools and insights from veteran voice actor Steve Blum, whose career has spanned over 30 years in the industry. Steve is best known as Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop, Starscream from Transformers Prime, Zeb Orrelios from Star Wars Rebels, TOM from Toonami, and Wolverine from the X-Men Animated television series’ and movies.

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Guiness World Record Symbol

 

Steve Blum also holds the Guinness World Record for Most Prolific Voice Actor in Video Games.

In Steve Blum’s Webinar Teaching Series you’ll get one *Live 1.5 hour Webinar each month with him and a guest speaker from the industry (other V.O. actors, directors, engineers, writers, etc.), teaching you the art and business of voiceover.

Past and future classes cover dozens of topics including:

  • Where to begin
  • Cold reading
  • Union vs Non-Union work
  • Making friends with your voice
  • Improvisation
  • Healthy competition
  • Building confidence
  • Dialects
  • Voiceover equipment
  • Who’s role is it, anyway?
  • Impressions
  • The importance of gratitude
  • Vocal care – before, during and after a session
  • Microphone technique
  • Vocal stress
  • Studio Etiquette
  • Creation of a demo reel
  • Breathing and breath control
  • Taking direction
  • Agents and representation
  • Warmups and Cooldowns
  • Accepting criticism
  • Increasing your value as an artist
  • Preparing for the unexpected in the studio
  • Protecting your instrument
  • Using life experience
  • Marketing yourself
  • Building Characters
  • Looking stupid and embracing it!
  • Characters vs Voices
  • Not taking it personally
  • Social Media
  • Importance of listening
  • Balancing your voice career and your life
  • Commercials, Narration and Promos
  • Performance anxiety
  • Creating a studio to go – record anywhere in the world
  • Acting for Anime vs video games vs original animation
  • Rising above rejection
  • The importance of taking risks
  • Failure IS success!
  • Your website
  • Finding YOUR voice! What sets you apart?
  • How to deal with ego – others and your own!
  • The convention circuit
  • How to get unstuck
  • The Business of Voiceover
  • Interaction with fans
  • Your purpose as an artist
  • Work Ethic
  • Fame, fortune and the love of it
  • Your duty as an artist
  • Researching characters
  • Respecting the Non-disclosure Agreement
  • Giving back
  • Remembering character

*(depending on the guest’s schedule)*

In Steve Blum’s Webinar Teaching Series you’ll get one *Live 1.5 hour Webinar each month with him and a guest speaker from the industry (other V.O. actors, directors, engineers, writers, etc.), teaching you the art and business of voiceover.

Past and future classes cover dozens of topics including:

Where to begin

Cold reading

Union vs Non-Union work

Making friends with your voice

Improvisation

Healthy competition

Building confidence

Dialects

Voiceover equipment

Who’s role is it, anyway?

Impressions

The importance of gratitude

Vocal care – before, during and after a session

Microphone technique

Vocal stress

Studio Etiquette

Creation of a demo reel

Breathing and breath control

Taking direction

Agents and representation

Warmups and Cooldowns

Accepting criticism

Increasing your value as an artist

Preparing for the unexpected in the studio

Protecting your instrument

Using life experience

Marketing yourself

Building Characters

Looking stupid and embracing it!

Characters vs Voices

Not taking it personally

Social Media

Importance of listening

Balancing your voice career and your life

Commercials, Narration and Promos

Performance anxiety

Creating a studio to go – record anywhere in the world

Acting for Anime vs video games vs original animation

Rising above rejection

The importance of taking risks

Failure IS success!

Your website

Finding YOUR voice! What sets you apart?

How to deal with ego – others and your own!

The convention circuit

How to get unstuck

The Business of Voiceover

Interaction with fans

Your purpose as an artist

Work Ethic

Fame, fortune and the love of it

Your duty as an artist

Researching characters

Respecting the Non-disclosure Agreement

Giving back

*(depending on the guest’s schedule)*

Voiceover actor Steve Blum peaking out from behind the mic

bonus- Q & A included in every class

 

Live Q&A included in every class.
It’s like going to a convention once a month without the travel or expense!

Bonus! Blumvox Studios' newsletter

 

The Voicemonkey Dispatch-
Blumvox Studios’ quarterly newsletter, giving you frequent voiceover tips, exclusive Webinar Q&A follow-up, and special surprises not available to the public.

Bonus Access to Recordings of Every voiceover training class

 

24/7 access to the archive including the recordings from EVERY class! Even if you can’t catch all of them live, you won’t miss a thing.

From $99 per month

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