lol @ your Elizabeth Taylor comment. hey, thanks for the link. I've definitely had this on my mind for a while but i wanted to save up to get custom trophies designed specifically for BTVA contests and such. the diamond ones are certainly cool since you can etch anything on them.
thanks again and have a good week
PS - you never auditioned for AYVO but I know you're really busy
Sure, I have been doing Amateur Voice Work since the Summer of 2006 with the Voice Acting Alliance, I have been involved with plenty of productions over the years and almost all of my vids on Youtube give some examples to the voices I can do here at...
If you feel that you can contribute content at least once or twice a week, then I think you will fit in nicely as a Moderator.
And I remember all the forum related things you said you could help out with like voice acting discussions etc.
If you could do me one favor though. If you can either complete another request or find a new title we don't have, then that will seal the deal and we'll bring you on board. Unfortunately one of our team already completely Balto, so you'll have to find another
Oh, and I did mention becoming a Moderator means you'll have to read and follow our Content Adding Guidelines right? It's not scary like I'm making it sound. After a couple times adding content, you get used to it
Well, the long term plan (which hopefully won't take long) is to make part of BTVA into a voice acting social network. I know that sounds cliche but I don't believe any site does it. And it would be purely focused on rising VA's so members could upload clips to their profile, have please listen and give feedback and other social networking features that relate to voice acting. I'd actually really appreciate your input so if you have time, maybe you can read the posts in this thread (starting at the post below)
Hey Stephy. I just checked out the links. Amy's commercial demo is fantastic. The music certainly sets the tone.
And I can't believe how many pro VA's are listed in AVO Talent's list! I'm lucky to live near LA, so if I ever get off my butt to pursue voice acting, it's great to know how many talent agencies I'm close to
YOU'VE Never heard of Edge Studios? Well, they are located in four places in the US only. They are located in: NYC (The one I go to), CT, LA (Los Angeles, California) and Washington DC. They are four major studios that work strictly on voice over and train others to become professional! If you read more on the site they have a lot! Even Amy Palant (Former voice of Tails) was involved there to get started in her career.