FAQ

How do I become a voiceover artist?

Becoming a voiceover artist requires more than just a great voice. There is a set of skills involved that can be honed by attending courses and practice in the studio. If you have no acting or industry experience, we recommend you start by taking a voiceover course so you can find out if it is something that is worth pursuing for you. The next step would be to contact a recording studio and record a voice demo.

Can I do voiceovers on the side while I have another job?

Your availability and flexibility are very important when it comes to voiceovers as jobs are often only booked in the day before, or even an hour before! If you are working full time and are not flexible, we will unfortunately not be able to consider you for representation.

How do I apply for representation?

RGM Voices only accepts requests for representation by industry referral. Please email a your professional demo along with your headshot, CV and an industry reference. Your industry reference may be from a studio producer, advertising producer or client, or other industry professional. If your demo is larger than 5MB, please post a CD of your demo to:

Attention: Voices Representation
RGM Artists
PO Box 128
Surry Hills NSW 2010

or

Attention: Voices Representation
RGM WA
PO Box 22
Mount Lawley WA 6929

Please note that any materials that are submitted to RGM Voices will not be returned. Please do not submit the original or your only copy of any materials. RGM Voices cannot accept responsibility for the loss of any items.

Any unsolicited applications for representation without a referral will not receive a response and all materials will be deleted or respectfully recycled.

We are unable to offer any feedback on materials received.

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