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"I WANT TO TURN YOUR VOICE INTO AN ATM MACHINE" -XAVIER PAUL

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On Today's show Brian welcomes back Xavier "XMAN" Paul to the show. In his own words:

"Let's face it: MONEY IS TIGHT. That's the reality. Ok, here's another reality: VOICE OVERS PAY BIG. REAL BIG. I'm not talking about cheap web video producers looking to stiff a voiceover talent with $150 to record an hour long script so they can use it forever on their website. I'm talking about real no BS lucrative national network spots like the ones I book on a regular basis. Want the money? OK, then get prepared the right way.

Now it's only January and I'm already working on several new commercial spots and a feature film project. I work very closely with those that do the hiring and they always ask, "Hey, got any new voices for us to hear?" Why don't you become one of these voices?

The Bottom Line is this: I want to turn your voice into an ATM machine. We can do it together with your commitment to training having us produce a professional, "get you work" demo reel and refer you to industry contacts. The opportunities are here for those who are ready as covered in this informative interview"

Join us live today as Xavier "XMAN" Paul covers the classes he teaches, the offer he has for you and how you can turn your voice into an ATM Machine. Xavier is the voice of the NBA, HBO, CNN, THE WEATHER CHANNEL, MOVIE TRAILERS, CARTOONS, ANIMATION, GRAND THEFT AUTO VIDEO GAMES, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES and hundreds of National Projects like BURGER KING, PEPSI, ZOCOR, FOOT LOCKER, COLT 45 MALT LIQUOR, GATORADE, REESE'S PEANUT BUTTER PUFFS, Narrator for History Channel's UFO FILES and much much more... 

You don't want to miss this information packed show if you would like work in the voiceover field.

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