Your instructor is Danielle Quisenberry, a twenty year veteran coach and teacher of voice over workshops. She has mastered the VO art so well that her voice has been used for narration and commercials for clients including Panasonic, McDonalds, Timex, and Tyco Toys. She is a working pro at voice over, and teaching workshops is no less than a devotion for her. Under her guidance, you'll discover your strengths and weaknesses, and learn where your natural talents lie. Questions are welcomed during our voice over workshops.
Abena E. gave this class 4 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
The four fundamentals for any aspiring VO artist, specifically tone, tempo, volume, and pitch, were all adequately addressed within the two hour span of the class. The instructor exhibited both knowledge and hands-on experience of the voice over industry. Equally important, she was able to convey and to demonstrate those two elements to the students. Overall, a very good primer for any novice to the world of voiceover acting.
I miss the class and I did not get reminder.
I struggled to stay connected. The high number of attendees was overwhelming and made it difficult for me to focus.
Joshua Rowan gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Marjorie Kouns is a wonderful teacher. She is positive and encouraging. She gave detailed explanations of each of the 4 components of voicing and through her own examples and expressive style showed us an array of voice over genres. As we read individually she critiqued us positively and her comments and suggestions helped tremendously. I wish we had even more time with her!!!
Marjorie did a great job getting everyone involved and offered new ways to approach a script. This class covered some of the same things we did in the Investigate class with David but she brought a different perspective which was helpful. Also helped to hear how the other 14 students did their reads.