The Voiceover workshop provides training in the art of voiceovers – putting your voice to advertising.
Discover what it takes to become great voiceover talent.
Find out what your specialty is and have a professional recorded demo showcasing your unique voice.
The tutor for the Voiceover workshop is Eddie Bye; a multiple award-winning audio engineer, with over 17 years’ experience in metropolitan radio.
Eddie has been a professional voice artist for over 10 years and has worked extensively with all the major studios in Adelaide, and a number of interstate studios. You can hear Eddie’s voice on national campaigns for Vodafone, Subway, KFC and Zen Energy.
Eddie’s skills as a voice artist and experience as an engineer give him a unique insight into the art of voiceovers and how to get the best out of voice artists of all experience levels.
Breathing techniques and exercises, microphone technique, the magic of audio editing.
Different styles of voiceovers
Hard sell, Narrations.
Picking an agent and how to approach studios.
Voiceover recording session
What to expect, taking direction and interpreting scripts.
A fully produced demo with three commercials.
$600 (plus GST) paid in full upfront before commencement of course.
Fees are to be electronically transferred into the Australian Radio School account. This will be discussed with you personally when you register.
Any payments are non-refundable; however, we are happy to transfer your funds to another course within 12 months of the initial payment if urgent personal circumstances arise.
A payment structure to suit your budget can also be arranged if you can’t pay the full amount upfront. Please don’t hesitate to enquire.
Classes are conducted in South Australia at the studios of NOVA 91.9 in Adelaide.
Dates & times
Voiceover workshops are held over the 2 days of a weekend four times per year.
Saturday 9am to 5pm.
Sunday is a half day recording session.
The Australian Radio School was the perfect starting point for me to get hands on radio experience, as well as extremely useful insight. It also introduced me to people already in the industry. I’ll never forget my time at the school, mainly because Sean Craig Murphy asks me to write a new quote for this website every year!