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Top 10 pitfalls in becoming a voice over artist

1. Practice regularly - make a habit of regularly practicing your voice acting, reading scripts, and recording your performances to continuously improve your skills.

2. Seek feedback - receive constructive criticism from experienced voice actors or industry professionals to identify areas for improvement.

3. Study successful voice actors - listen to the work of experienced and successful voice actors to learn from their techniques, acting styles, and delivery.

4. Improve microphone technique - invest in a high-quality microphone and learn proper microphone technique to ensure clear and professional-sounding recordings.

5. Expand your skill set - consider taking acting classes or workshops to develop your acting skills, vocal range, and delivery style.

6. Network with other voice actors - attend industry events, join online forums, and connect with other voice actors to learn from their experiences and build a network of contacts.

7. Be versatile - demonstrate your versatility by practicing a range of voice acting styles, from commercial work to animation, audiobooks, and video games.

8. Develop a distinct voice - find your own unique voice, style, and delivery that sets you apart from other voice actors.

9. Work on pronunciation and diction - practice speaking clearly, with good enunciation, and pronunciation to deliver your lines with clarity and precision.

10. Take care of your voice - maintain a healthy lifestyle, avoid harmful substances and habits, and practice proper vocal care to preserve the health and quality of your voice.

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