Actually, there are a lot of apps for that. Voiceover professionals are just as impacted by technology as every other sector in the world. We are deeply entrenched in the technology revolution, and whether you hate it or love it, you must admit that smart devices and their apps really do offer a great number of conveniences. Here are just two of the amazing apps designed to make voiceover professionals’ lives easier.
Need to Warm up Your Voice on the Way to an Audition?
It is a very good idea to get your voice working well before you walk into the auditioning space. There are many exercises that you can do all on your own, but it’s nicer to have a coach to walk you through these things. Of course, most of us can’t afford to bring along a professional voice coach with us to every audition. This is where the Voice Tutor app comes in handy. It can help you with those pre-audition warm-ups while you are on the go. It will even adapt to the strengths and weaknesses of your voice. The Apple Store version costs $4.99, but is likely well worth the investment.
Need to Record an Audition Tape, But Can’t Be at Your Studio?
This does happen to a lot of voiceover actors and actresses. While on the road to audition for one role, another spur-of-the-moment opportunity arises. With deadlines for audition tapes often being very tight, it may not be possible to wait until you can get back to the studio. For that reason, a team worked together to develop an app that would make it possible to record and edit a professional audition tape while on the road. Of course, the high quality equipment in the studio would be preferable, but when it isn’t possible to be there, this four-dollar app can be your savior.