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As a small business owner, you'll have a million different questions. The award-winning Sound Advice podcast is the place to go for answers. In Season 1, we talked about how to make your business financially successful—in year 1 and beyond. Writing a business plan that works, finding your first customer, starting up with zero capital, and being tax compliant—you name it, we covered it. For Season 2, we dug even deeper into what it’s really like to run a business, with unfiltered advice and r ...
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Sound Advice is a podcast that gives specific advice on relevant topics using real life experiences! We have three segments: Our Two Cents, Tips Appreciated, and Good Vibrations. Check out our episode and let us know what you think!
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Kate McClanaghan and Jeff Finney discuss current trends and helpful techniques regarding the voice over industry, and also host interesting interviews with guests.
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We are a podcast designed around audio production, while including visual and video disciplines. The content is focused more on African-American Houses of Worship. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soundadvice/support
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“Ambition is the first step to success. The second is action.” There are a few key basics voice talent should know about this industry from the onset that’s either required of you or you can expect as industry standards. Hopefully, understanding them from the start will improve your ability to create, secure work and navigate your voiceover career.…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, brought to you by Ballards LLP chartered accountants, host Ben Allman talks with Esther Partridge-Warner, Head Business Growth Coach at Real World Consultancy. They discuss trends in the consultancy world, free resources for start-ups, and keys to successful consultant engagement. Esther also shares red flags …
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In a bold move, Christopher Money persuaded bona fide Spice Girl, Emma Bunton, with an idea too good to miss. Seven years ago, they formed a formidable partnership and embarked on a thrilling entrepreneurial journey together. After both struggling to find products that were gentle on their babies’ skin, and that cared about their environmental impa…
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You might be relieved to discover the best advertising… isn’t advertising at all. By that I mean the adage, “less is more” applies when it comes to art directing your graphics that will allow you to make your name known and associated with being a professional voice talent with taste and an elevated aesthetic. Here are five key elements to consider…
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Listen to SOUND ADVICE founder & author of The SOUND ADVICE Encyclopedia of Voiceover, Kate McClanaghan, defines: The Two Distinctly Different Business Approaches to Voiceover The Standards That Define Professional Voiceover Demos Who We Create VO demos For In The First Place How Many Demos Do You Honestly Need As a Voiceover And a whole lot more!…
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Solo-founder of Kiddiwhizz, Zoë Chapman, shares how risking it all for her invention led to double investment on Dragon’s Den. After noticing a vast gap in the market during the pandemic, the 39-year-old mum of one rolled her sleeves up to fill it. Her genius idea: A portable kids’ toilet—aptly called the Whizzer. Taking a huge financial risk from …
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For decades now, legions of actors have emerged from assorted acting schools across the country harboring a deep aversion to pursuing and accepting commercial work. Yet, if you scratch the surface a bit, you’ll probably find this unfounded antagonism typically stems from the misguided notion you’d become “a sellout” if you perused commercial opport…
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If you’ve been pursuing voiceover work on your own in America for the past decade or more, chances are you’ve been following a business model that concentrates almost strictly on securing work all by yourself, or DIY, by procuring jobs primarily through excessively low-paying sites like Fiverr, Upwork and a few Pay-to-Play (P2P) platforms. Neverthe…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, delve into expert insights from Ballards LLP chartered accountants. Host Matthew Clarke chats with Mark Skellum, Medical Partner, and Chelsea Foulkes, Business Services Medical Manager at Ballards LLP. They discuss the superannuation requirements for GPs, explore PCSE online functionalities, and highlight impo…
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Kiana Gomes is the creative mind behind the Cocktail Bomb Shop, a product she has designed to elevate your at-home bartending experience and impress your guests. After finding a gap in the market for her fizzy creations during the pandemic, she worked tirelessly on perfecting her formula. Kiana then posted a TikTok video of her cocktail bomb in act…
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Avoid one of the greatest mistakes budding voice talent make and why to give your voiceover career the best opportunity to achieve the greatest results. Here are a few key industry insights to improve your bottom line, elevate your brand, instill confidence, and expand your small business as a voice actor.…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, brought to you by Ballards LLP chartered accountants, host Ben Allman discusses the agricultural machinery sector with expert Toby Whatley from Farmers Guardian. They cover its importance, trends like precision farming and automation, and challenges such as supply chain disruptions. They also explore new techn…
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Listen to Actors’ SOUND ADVICE seasoned voiceover demo producer/ career coach, Kate McClanaghan offers expert guidance and insight into how to navigating your career as a voiceover. Regardless of your experience level, those auditioning, or most likely to hire you, will assume you’re a professional actor and expect you to know your job both in and …
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Do you constantly doubt your abilities and achievements? Are you haunted by the fear of being exposed as a fraud? Well, listen up entrepreneurs, here’s how to conquer your imposter syndrome once and for all. Clare Josa is a renowned expert in tackling imposter syndrome, from speaking at the IoD to European parliament, and she is here to share her p…
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There was atimenot too long ago when it was commonplace to audition for voiceoversin frontof producers at ad agencies, in various recording studios, in front of castingdirectors, or at your local talent agencies where you’d be offered direction in real time.Obviously times have changed.Since the pandemic it’s safe to say pretty mucheveryaudition, o…
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Meet Camilla Barnard, the fearless co-founder of Rude Health, who didn't shy away from the critics claiming her branding was "too sexy and extreme." In fact, she saw it as an opportunity to shake up the healthy food industry. In the face of relentless judgment, Camilla and her team rejected the status quo and embraced their unique style, reflected …
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, brought to you by Ballards LLP chartered accountants, host Ben Allman is joined by Alice Wright, Trade mark Attorney at Harrison Clark Rickerbys Solicitors. Alice delves into the world of intellectual property, covering trademarks and the importance of brand awareness when registering domain names. She explain…
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Founder of the beautiful letterbox flower company Bloom & Wild Aron Gelbard traded in his cushy high-flying career—with his own fancy office and PA—for the uncertainty of starting his own business. With £30,000 to get his idea off the ground, Aron planted the seeds for his business with 6 am starts at New Covent Garden flower market, and several we…
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The quality of your auditions when recording from home is as important as your performance. In fact, it’s never mattered more than it does today. Since COVID, production demands now require every voice talent to not only be well-trained and prepared to deliver their best at a moment’s notice, but we’re also assuming the quality of your auditions (r…
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You may have asked for feedback in the past simply for a lack of anything else to say, and you hadn’t thought it through beyond this point. Or maybe you wanted praise for your remarkable vocal prowess. (It’s only human to require some form of acknowledgement that you’re on the right track.) Yet, if you’re a pro, and you are if you’re presenting you…
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In our latest episode of Sound Advice, brought to you by Ballards LLP chartered accountants, join host Ben Allman as he discusses leadership and management with Andrew Lavoipierre, a leadership coach. Andrew shares insights into what it takes to be a great leader, including key traits and skills, and offers advice on improving your leadership abili…
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After already achieving major success at the optimistic age of 26, founder of Gousto, Timo Boldt was nowhere near done with pushing the boundaries and set off on a mission to better his business with the pursuit of technology. Through sophisticated algorithms and data analysis, he has used AI to successfully create recipe kits that are not only mou…
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Let’s say, hypothetically, you come from a business background and always wanted to transition to voiceover. Let’s say you’ve been doing a bit of “fact finding” and finding a lot of contradictory information about this business. Not the least of which, will any one tell you honestly if you can cut it as a voiceover? Careful what you wish for. There…
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Get ready for an electrifying start to Season 3! Join our fantastic host, Bex Burn-Callander, as she sits down with PR luminary Lynne Franks OBE. Together, they explore the realms of empowerment and confidence, not just for businesses navigating tight budgets, but the enthusiastic entrepreneurs behind them, too. Lynne, a trailblazer in PR and women…
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Here’s a question you need to honestly ask yourself: How coachable are you? It’s fair to assume you’re about as coachable as you are ‘direct-able’. If you can’t be directed, it unlikely you’ll play well with others either. And acting, even voice acting, is often a team sport. You want to please yourself, but only after you’ve checked off quite a fe…
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Gain expert insights from Ballards LLP chartered accountants in the latest episode of Sound Advice. Host Steven Jones chats with Jay Gibson, Health Care Director, and Matthew Watson, Medical Partner at Ballards LLP. They delve into PCNs (Primary Care Networks), sharing success stories, but also addressing challenges and horror stories encountered o…
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And we are back! Yes, Entrepreneurs Unfiltered kicks off Season 3 next week and we promise to bring you even more real stories and honest advice from proven business greats. Coming up: We have the queen of PR, Lynne Franks, creator of London Fashion Week, who is sharing all her marketing secrets. Aron Gelbard, founder of letterbox flower company Bl…
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Ballards LLP chartered accountants bring you Sound Advice. In this episode host Mathew Clarke discusses cybersecurity in the digital world with Bal Siyan, Senior Digital Executive, and Sean Devlin, Digital Transformation Partner. Learn about the challenges businesses face in 2024 and discover common mistakes made by UK businesses in cybersecurity, …
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Here at Actors’ SOUND ADVICE, we coach all our voiceover clients to establish and expand their performance, promotion, and production routine to develop the most agile, creative, and effective abilities in order to advance their careers as working talent. Which initially begs the question: What does it take to go the distance in this business? Here…
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There’s a common misconception in our culture that states if a road proves too difficult then maybe “it wasn’t meant to be.” Instead, I happen to think the opposite might actually be true. If you are on the right path, then you’re likely to face far more opposition than you ever may have imagined. I don’t wish this for you it’s simply an observatio…
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As an actor, you’re most often asked to just be yourself. Come to think of it, this could be said of all manner of business, just maybe more so as an actor. Those casting are most interested in you being you. In fact, you’re expected to be the most dynamic, comfortable, spontaneous “YOU” you can be. (This can come as something of a contradiction, e…
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To earn a living as a working talent, there’s no question of the value and importance of expanding your professional skills beyond a single medium, such as strictly stage, or solely on-camera—especially today! One of the best ways to diversify your skills is by committing yourself to mastering voiceover. In fact, you may be surprised to discover ho…
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Discover expert insights from Ballards LLP chartered accountants in the latest episode of Sound Advice. Host Steven Jones talks with Peter Herniman, Tax Director at Ballards LLP, about Part 2 of the McCloud Remedy. Peter stresses the importance of updating your records to ensure that the remedial pension statements to be issued from April 2024 are …
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Ballards LLP chartered accountants bring you Sound Advice. In this episode, our host Steven Jones is joined by guests Sean Devlin, Digital Transformation Partner, and Adam Strand Senior Project Manager. Together they discuss the practical strategies of how to keep projects aligned with objectives and timelines, even during moments of crisis. Listen…
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Ballards LLP chartered accountants bring you Sound Advice. In this episode, host Steven Jones sits down with Medical Partner Matthew Watson and special guest, Peter Herniman, Tax Director at Ballards LLP. Together, they explore the complexities of the McCloud Remedy and delve into a comprehensive understanding of its effects.…
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Ballards LLP chartered accountants bring you Sound Advice. In this episode, our host Ben Allman and special guest Alison Scott, Partner at Harrison Clark Rickerbys, break down everything you need to know about shareholders' agreement—from the basics to provisions like Deadlock and Russian Roulette.Autor: Ballards LLP Chartered Accountants
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Your type can and will eventually change. Type can be especially elusive in voiceover for a number of reasons, besides the obvious: we can only hear you. Therefore the audience must imagine what you look like; how you feel, what you think, how you approach the world, or at least the world your voiceover immediately exists in.…
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You have to study the medium you intend to work in if you hope to feed your imagination—which ultimately reflects in your performance. Lucky for us, today we’re able to view and study television, voiceover, film, and commercial work with greater ease than ever and from almost anywhere.Autor: voiceoverinfo.com
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This is our final podcast offering in our month long homage to creepy storytelling and to Halloween. This is the remarkable result of gathering a few of my most talented friends a few years back after divvying up roles between the apple cider and donuts. We hope you enjoyed these stories we’ve presented all month as much as we enjoyed doing them! E…
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In this episode, host Ben Allman is joined by Steven Jones, Business Development Partner, and Mark Bowen, owner of MB Insolvency. Together, they delve into the intricacies of the insolvency process, shed light on its impact on business owners, and explore why it can sometimes serve as a new beginning rather than an end.…
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“The Revolution shall NOT be televised,” as Gil Scott-Heron famously said. When it comes to the backstory that provoked the dual writers and actors’strike no truer word were spoken. The key details of how and why these two vital, creative industry Guilds entered into this collective strike hasn’t been widely delineated, partly because the AMPTP (Al…
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Man, it took forever to nail this interview down! We both have hectic schedules, but after numerous tries we were able to sit down and have a great chat. My usual episodes rarely last more than 20 minutes. I kept trying to cut this one short to save the rest for future talks, yet this conversation lasted over 2 hours! This is a must listen for anyo…
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This is our third recorded offering in our month long homage to great storytelling and to Halloween. This podcast is the remarkable result of gathering a few of my most talented friends in our LA studio one crisp night a few years back after divvying up roles between the apple cider and donuts, which I adapted from Ray Bradbury’s “The Martian Chron…
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