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Wed, Jul 10


Zoom Meeting

VO Workshop for Games and Animation with Brook Chalmers!

Gain new techniques for making your reads stand out, deliver your best auditions, all while simulating a real VO recording session for games and animation!

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VO Workshop for Games and Animation with Brook Chalmers!
VO Workshop for Games and Animation with Brook Chalmers!

Time & Location

Jul 10, 2024, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT

Zoom Meeting

About the event


Students will perform and receive feedback and direction to mimic the environment of a live recording session for an animation or video game project. Scripts and class instructions are to be sent over the weekend before class start. 

Students are encouraged to participate from their home studios/use their standard mic setup if available, but it's not mandatory for this learning environment.


Brook Chalmers is a Voice Director for Animation and Video Games. Currently directing Star Trek Prodigy at Nickelodeon and 2nd seat director for Genshin Impact.  He has also directed on the Trollhunters Trilogy and Rise of the Titans feature at Dreamworks.


Materials provided in these classes (such as sides, copy, worksheets, videos, etc.) are for educational/workshop purposes only. They are confidential and are NOT to be distributed outside of this workshop (including, but not limited to, email, social media, Discord servers, etc.) nor permitted to be used as voice demo material unless otherwise stated.


Classes, workshops, and webinars by The Halp Network, LLC. are recorded for archival purposes. Free events may be posted to our social media channels at a later date. Students of a paid course may receive access to the recording of their class for the student's own use ONLY.


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