Masterpiece Listening

Hi everyone. I hope you’ve had an enjoyable summer. Now it’s time to get back into the wonderful world of voice over, and make that push towards a professional demo! For those of you interested in working in a small group environment, I have a 6 week class beginning in October, “The Art Of Voice Over”, which will explore all the major types of Voice Over opportunities as well as the business side of the industry. Limited to 6 students, this class will be offered both at my home office in SF on Mondays, or as an online course on Wednesdays. Students will be getting plenty of voice time with all different types of scripts to hone your skills. Here are the details:


The Art of Voice ActingMonday evenings


David’s home office

31 Rosewood Drive, SF 94127

Easy, free street parking.


Paid tuition is necessary to reserve a space in the class.



 The Art of Voice Acting – 6 Monday evenings, 7:00-9:15 pm

October 5, 12, 26, November 2, 9, 16


ONLINE: through Google Hangouts

The Art of Voice Acting – 6 Wednesday evenings, 7:00-9:15 pm

October 7, 14, 28, November 4, 11, 18


Register by phone at 415-225-3848 or by Email:                                                                       

Tuition: $500



Knowledge is power. Knowing how to navigate all the different genres of voice over is crucial to your success in the voice over business. The pros know how to do this, and so should you. In this six week class the voice over student will get an overview of:

All of the different types of V.O. work out there:

1)  Narration (corporate, technical, medical, documentary, audiobook, etc.)

2)  Commercial (for radio, internet, & T.V.)

3)  Character work for the cartoon and gaming industry.

Sub-catergories include:

4)  Promo/trailer

5)  IVR

6)  Legal

7)  Tag, and more.

Each week we will explore a different type of voice over, and students will gain an understanding of what each area requires, concentrating on both the differences and the similarities of each genre.

Students will also gain an essential understanding of the voiceover industry.

How to analyze a script.

How to use your voice as an expressive tool, through the power of persuasion.

How to find your vocal “power range”.