Audiobook Coaches and Consultants Directory
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Coach NameCoach Email AddressWho Coach HelpsType of Coaching ProvidedHow to Schedule
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Andi Arndtandi@andiarndt.comWorking narrators who want to add tools to their performance or business arsenalPerformance (fiction, romance, bio/memoir) and business topics; Linklater voiceCalendly.com/AndiArndt
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Anna Parker-Naplesannaparkernaples@icloud.comSuccess Coaching. VO and Audiobookshttp://www.voiceovercoachuk.com & http://www.successinlifecoach.com/
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Basil Sandsbasil@basilsands.comNew and experienced actors and narrators who want to learn the trade or deepen their skillsActing, Audiobook and VO coaching, performance, dialects, accents, characterswww.sandmanstudiosak.com
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Bill Smithbill491@ix.netcom.comlaunching your audiobook business, how to succeed on ACX, acting skills as they apply to audiobook narration, small business skills.
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Carol Mondacoaching@carolmondavo.comAspiring narrators & working professionals wishing to cultivate connection, depth and craftIntimacy, authenticity, specificity, text analysis, subtext, character developmenthttps://calendly.com/carolmondavo
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Christa Lewis liquidbelles@gmail.comCoaching actors and voice actors all levels in commercial vo and audiobook narration. Teaching the abc’s of acx in private sessions and groups. Also at Voice Lab/SAG-AFTRA in LAGenre specific tropes Establishing tone Creating distinctive characters Connecting to the copyhttps://calendly.com/cglewis www.cglewis.com www.christalewisaudiobooks.com
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David H. Lawrence XVIIdavid@vo2gogo.comActors and acting students, wanting to add voice over to their portfolio of opportunity.The full VO2GoGo curriculum, as well as the specialized ACX Master Class, teach from three perspectives: the art (VO performance skills), the commerce (VO business skills) and the science (required VO technology) of building a satisfying, successful and profitable voice over career. Clients and students of both programs are responsible for one out of every 30 books produced via ACX in the last 4 years.https://vo2gogo.com/coaching
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Derek Perkinsderek@thederekperkins.comInexperienced/beginners who want detailed, step-by step guidance on how to become an audiobook narrator, get experience, set up a home studio and market themselves effectively. Establishing a viable, profitable audiobook business. Management and operational tools. Initial performance coaching. derek@thederekperkins.com www.thederekperkins.com
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Elizabeth Knoweldeninfo@elizabethknowelden.comThose looking to develop their acting chops, connection to the text and work in a variety of genres.Acting - all genres. Skills, storytelling, creating a truthful and compelling delivery. UK accent coaching.www.elizabethknowelden.com info@elizabethknowelden.com
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Elizabeth Wileywiley335@gmail.comWorking narrators, Actors entering the bizPerformance topics: Voice (maintaining health & stamina, tone, clarity, agility, ease, breathing); Dialects; Acting (authenticity, deepening connection, embodying character); Text – the subtle art of taking your audience with you, fiction or non.wiley335@gmail.com
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Hillary Huberhills@hillaryhuber.comhourly one on one lessons to address a particular issue or a four lesson course covering biz and narration. Also demo production.hills@hillaryhuber.com
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James Anderson Fosterjames@jamesnarrates.comThose wanting to improve character development and understanding sub-textApplying method acting and psychology to improve performance http://fosteringcharacters.com
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Jayme Mattlerjayme.mattler@gmail.comNew and established narrators. Focus on Comprehension and Authenticity. Get to that next level and/or pinpoint problem areas. Character voices, POV, emotional connection, subtext.Audiobook Narration (all genres). Audiobook director, producer, engineer, and narrator. Two Grammy nominations as engineer/director, multiple Audies noms and wins and engineer/director, ABR nom as narrator.https://vo2gogo.com/coaching
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Jeffrey Kaferjeff@jeffreykafer.comThose who want to navigate the audiobook business waters. ACX, publishers, SAG-AFTRA. Rates, outsourcing, etc.Audiobook Business consulting. An hour of questions and answers. Ask me anything.
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Joel Froomkinjoel@joelfroomkin.comAudiobook narration, Dialect coachingwww.joelfroomkinaudio.com
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Johnny Hellermrjohnnyheller@gmail.comBeginners to pros looking to up their game - with better choices, more engaging storytelling; smarter marketing.Acting - techinique, perfomance & story telling; smarter marketing. authors truth.www.johnnyheller.com ; email mrjohnnyheller@gmail.com
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Judith West judith@judithwest.comWorking narrators wishing to refine and extend their performance & interpretation skills.One-on-One Coaching in . . .
- Genres: performance styles & options
- Characterization & character distinction
- Narration: varieties, time, & proximity in performance
- Studio & production consulting
judith@judithwest.com
www.judithwest.com
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Karen ComminsKaren@KarenCommins.comNew and experienced narrators and authorsConsultations about:
-- the ACX process, book selection,
distribution platforms/royalties, etc.
-- Evernote instruction
-- copyrights and licensing
-- marketing
as well as specialized research requests
http://www.KarenCommins.com/Shop
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Karen Whitekaren@karenwhiteaudiobooks.comaudiobook coaching via Skype only (lives in NC)Worked in industry since 1998 as narrator as well as director, proofer and editor. Multiple APAC panels and awards. Specialist in marketing, non-fiction narration. Vocal production coach with Linklater and Roy Hart backgroundhttps://karenwhiteaudiobooks.com/about/
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Khristine Hvaminfo@hvamaudio.comAward winning Audiobook narrator and coachhttp://hvamaudio.com/coaching/
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P.J. Ochlaninfo@drdialect.comActors and voice actors at all levelsAccents/dialects, characters, performance, the business of audiobooksinfo@drdialect.com / www.drdialect.com
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Pat Fraleypatfraleyteaches@aol.com20 years guiding narratorshttp://www.patfraley.com
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Paul Rubenpaulalanruben@gmail.comIn NYC area at JMM Studios in Manhattan one on one. Out of town via Skype. I prefer people with at least some professional acting experience.I'm a Grammy-winning audiobook director/coach. Whether fiction or non-fiction the goal is to assist you in becoming a more compelling storyteller by accessing the story's subtext and connecting that emotionality to the listener. For more info please see www.Tribeca.Audio.comemail: paulalanruben@gmail.com
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Piper Goodevepipergoodeve@gmail.comWorking narrators, as well as those completely new to the industry, wanting to know more about the business side of things, ACX, publishers, producers. Also an in depth look at how to find and choose pieces for a demo; some dialect coaching, IPA, and home studio set up. Award winning Audiobook narrator and coach. Teaching experience includes NYU, Syracuse University, Marymount Manhattan, private coaching, and CAST Professional classes thru Ripley-Grier. Based in NYC. https://www.pipergoodeve.com/
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Robin Milesrmiles@voxpertise.comWorking actors/narrators, student actors, authors, looking to hone their craft and compete for audiobooks and VO work Award winning Audiobook narrator, producer, and coach; activating subtext and action (playng characters and actions beneath the text on voice). http://www.voxpertise.com/edu/
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Ronnie Butlerrb@ronniebutler.comNarrators and actors just entering audiobook narration.Performance coaching (storytelling, authenticity, and technique for fiction and non-fiction), business strategys (demos, marketing, networking), and developing a success mindset.rb@ronniebutler.com http://www.ronniebutler.com/coaching
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Scott Brickscott@thetalkingman.comI offer one-on-one coaching, either in person (I live in Los Angeles) or via Skype, with a view to turn good narrators into great onesThe two primary lessons I have learned narrating over 850 audiobooks are that narrators must connect emotionally with whatever text they are reading, and share a bit of themselves in their reads. My specialty is helping other narrators do the same. My specific areas of expertise include:
- Discovering and embracing your personal style
- Making approrpiate character choices
- Advanced microphone technique
- Adding character to narrative
- Text analysis skills you will use on every title you do
https://brickbybrickaudiobooks.myshopify.com/pages/coaching
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Sean Prattseanpratt@comcast.netNarrators, at all levels, looking to up their game in the world of Nonfiction audiobooks, e-learning, and Corporate narration.Nonfiction Narration Technique. Along with, Marketing, Advetising, and Networking as it relates to having a VO career in Audiobooks, e-learning, and Corporate narration.www.seanprattpresents.com
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Shannon Parks Shannonparks@comcast.netNew and experienced narrators who want to develop or tune-up their acting abilities and vocal technique.I’m a twenty year, award-winning veteran of audiobook narration and directing, acting, and teaching in the theater. My passion is for working with actors to cultivate the creative process and facilitate their success. My specialty is fiction narration: finding your essence, building character, authentic storytelling and training the actor’s instrument. https://www.margueritegavin.com/
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Steven Jay Cohensteven@stevenjaycohen.comPerformance, Recording, Businesshttp://www.stevenjaycohen.com/
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Suzanne Torensuztorn@rcn.comAward winning Audiobook narrator and coach
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Teri Schnaubelttschnaubelt@mac.comActors and non-actors interested in a career in audiobook narration.Launching your audiobook business, how to succeed on ACX, acting skills as they apply to audiobook narration, small business skills.tschnaubelt@mac.com
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