Voice acting is fascinating. These people are the voices behind everything, from our favorite cartoons to those annoying radio car ads that make you change stations. You must have to be born with a golden voice to do it, though. And now, apparently, you have to do your own sound mixing and production work. Sure, that’s easier to do now, but I wonder how cost effective it is as a career.
If you’re recording everything in a home studio, handling the sound engineering and just uploading it to the website, with an average job paying $250, how much are you making per hour? I suppose if you’re established and have several jobs a week, you can get paid pretty decent money.
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