- INSTRUCTOR: Chris Arias
- DATES: March 23
- TIMES: 10am-1pm
- AGES: 8-17
- INVESTMENT: Early Bird: $129 | Regular: $169
- Location: Renegade Room (Chris’ Studio), 8215 Roswell Rd Bldg 1000, Roswell, GA 30350
Voiceover 101 | YOUTH
Chris Arias produced and mixed television / radio commercials for 25 years. After trying life on the other side of the microphone, voiceover is now the largest part of his business. In 2016 Chris created the concept of VO101 – a workshop to introduce prospective voice talent to the VO marketplace and provide students the necessary tools to help them get started.
During the last hour of the workshop, each student will learn by doing and observing – reading copy and receiving direction from Chris.
NOTE: If you’re interested in pursuing Voiceover work, VO101 is the perfect start. Chris is also available for private coaching and demo production.
Early bird spots available!
Register below to guarantee your spot!
First Two Hours:TRAINING
– Understanding the VO Marketplace
– Best Gear & Software
– Commercial vs. TV/Film Characters
– Building a Demo Reel
– How and Where to Audition
– Marketing Yourself
– Best Websites for Voiceover
– In Studio Session w/ Script & Redirect
– Enunciation & Diction
– Pitch and Speed
– How to Practice
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS
CHRIS ARIASVOICEOVER ACTOR & PRODUCER
For 20+ years, Chris has done voice & audio post production for broadcast clients ranging from CNN and HGTV to Focus on the Family, In Touch Ministries, Chevrolet, AT&T and Cartoon Network. Whether he’s delivering information clearly, punching your product in a promo or sitting on the sprawling veranda of a southern plantation calling for Belvedere, he’s had a thrilling ride giving voice and personality to characters, campaigns & products on television and radio. His formal education began as a Chemical Engineering major at GA Tech. He fell in love with music sophomore year & began pursuing a career as a television composer. One thing led to another & before long he was offering voice & effects work as part of his creative menu. He then eventually transferred from Tech to Real World University’s Hard Knox School of Broadcasting. He’s contributed to projects that have gone on to win Telly, Addy & Emmy awards.