About this Event
This 2-hour virtual class (via ZOOM) covers all aspects of voiceover recording for animation and video games. Get an introduction to the industry and learn what it’s like to record in the booth.
We’ll cover the different areas of animation – including classic animation, video games and ADR work. Get to know what’s available and the differences in each area.
Find Your Authentic Voice
Learn to read scripts with authenticity. Understand delivery and emotional storytelling, no matter if you’re imitating a known character or creating your own. Identify different types of character voices.
Evaluation And Guidance
Steve will help you explore your potential as a voiceover professional.
Practice vocal variety – Pitch, Pacing, Value and Volume and voice placement to create different characters. Identify when and where to employ these elements.
We’ll email the Zoom link and details on the day before the workshop to all those who have registered by that time. To those who sign up after that, we’ll email the link before the workshop start time.
Steve Tardio is a SAG-AFTRA professional voiceover artist with over 10 years of training and experience. Steve’s unique sound brought him into the world of voicing animated characters for animated shows/features, commercials, promos, audiobooks and video games. Steve has also taught his Intro To Animation Voiceover class at New York University’s Tisch School Of The Arts.
Steve has voiced animated characters for GEO Films/Talisman Studios, ON Animation/DQ Entertainment, Ocon Studios, Animundi/Mondo Television; TV commercials for Fisher-Price, Dannon, Pepsi, Ford Motor Company; and narrated television shows for NBA-TV and Vevo.com. Steve is also a musician and improvisor with training from The Second City-Chicago, UCB, the PIT, Chicago City Limits and Magnet Theater. Steve also performs with the “ANDsemble” in the ANDTheater Company, the Musical Improv Sketch Comedy group, “MISC, Inc.” and the musical improv team, “The 29th Street Revue”. For more information and samples of Steve’s work, visit – stevetardio.com.