“Discover the Art of Voice Acting and the secrets of professional voice artist and dubbers …
…Use the talent you already possess to begin your Voice Over career in less time and save thousands of pesos.
My name is Pocholo “The VoiceMaster” Gonzales, and I’ve got ONE question to ask that could change your life forever…
Are YOU constantly hearing commercials that you know YOU could have voiced better? Commercials that would sound better if YOUR voice was used on them?
I’ll bet you hear them every day — but do nothing but complain.
Too many of us just accept things the way they are because ‘it was done by a professional voice over guy or gal.’ Stop settling for something YOU know you can do better!
If that’s the way you feel… then you’ll be very excited to hear about the incredible opportunity I’m about to share with you…
I am living proof that the average person can overcome all the “odds” and become a successful VOICE OVER artist with the right training.
I was right where you are… but I did something about it, and have been a successful Voice Over artist for almost fifteen years.
I’m proud of my accomplishments — but I’m not telling you this to brag.
I’m telling you this because one of the most dangerous things you can do if you want to become a VOICE OVER artist is to put your faith in someone who has a decent voice and good intentions…
… but has NO REAL CLUE about the TRUE insider techniques that make VOICE OVER artist like me SUCCESSFUL and IN-DEMAND.
Unlike other so-called “gurus” who actually know next to nothing about training VOICE OVER talent…
… I’ve been doing voice over training for more than 10 years… and I can train you!
Pocholo Gonzales is a true professional!
“It’s really a very good day today here at the UP Film Institute. The previous speaker was so good. Everyone was amazed of his voice acting. The speaker also made a lot of radio and TV commercials wherein he is the dubbing.
He’s working in Creative Voices Productioins. He’s Pocholo Gonzales.
There was a volunteer from Lyceum who tried out voice acting and I must say—
Ang galing niya!”
Alvin Marcelo – Y4IT UP Diliman 2008
Ever since radio stations began running commercials, people have been complaining about them. They are too long, there are too many of them.
But what I hear the most is… people saying that they could have done a better job voicing the commercial. They say the person voicing it sounds crummy or squeaky or is putting the inflection on the wrong word or phrase. That it should have been ‘this’ or it should have been ‘that’.
But, they never do anything about it… except complain!
Their friends tell them they have a good voice — that they should be doing commercials. That’s a great idea… but how do you get into the industry?
It use to be quite time consuming and expensive. You need a commercial audition reel. For that, you need some commercial copy (what the voice over person is reading) and access to a recording studio.
Getting your hands on some commercial copy can be a bit of work — but usually inexpensive or even free. Studio time is a whole different story — it can run to several thousand of pesos per hour. And, if you are just starting out, it may take quite a few hours to get an fully produced commercial audition reel.
Along with commercials, there are many other things that need voicing — corporate and industrial presentations, narrations, audio for websites — just to mention a few.
As long as there are products to voice — there will be a need for good, skilled voice over artists.So, where do they come from? Who trains them? How do they acquire that skills necessary to get hired for voice over work?
That’s where our voice acting and dubbing training comes in…
I used to be in the exact same place you are right now.
I was the biggest complainer of all — and always talking about how I could do a better job voicing the commercial than ‘the guy on the radio’. My friends told me that I had a pretty good voice and should think voicing commercials.
So I did!
Now, I’m a successful voice over artist with literally thousands of radio and television commercials to my credit. I have also done animation voices, character voices, corporate and industrial voice overs, narrations and audio for websites.But it wasn’t easy and took a long time because there weren’t many people who were offering any voice acting training. I was lucky to be working at ABS CBN Channel 2 as a dubber and DZMM and DZRH where I could access radio drama and radio ads and spend time in the recording booth. I put together a very crude commercial audition reel and took it to the few recording studios I could find in the local phone book.
I did a number of commercial ‘sessions’ for free, just to get the experience and a better audition reel. I wondered if I was ever going to be a ‘real’ voice over artist or just a wanna-be.
I’ll never forget my first paying session. It was an Coke Commercial where I did the voice of a kid. It’s only one line. It wasn’t as glamorous as I had expected — but the cheque cleared at the bank… and that was all that mattered.
I was on my way… as a professional voice over artist.
“With the right voice acting training, almost anyone can become a voice over artist…
…with virtually NO upfront investment!”
I wish that during my early years, I had known the tips & techniques that are available to you today.
Instead, I had to learn these techniques through costly “trial and error”, often wasting countless hours on something that turned out be of no value or cost me a lucrative voice session.
But YOU don’t have to make any of those mistakes — you get the benefit of our experience!
Imagine standing at a microphone in your own home studio doing a voice over for someone who came to you for your services!
How cool is that?
So, why am I doing this? I’m SICK of seeing good, honest people being taken advantage of by so-called “special” techniques that aren’t really special at all.
My voice over training has been proven successful over 15-years.
My voice over training offers so much more than just learning to read with a professional sounding voice.
You will also learn…
- to interprete the copy.
- effective pacing and pausing.
- proper inflection.
- enunciation and articulation.
- reading faster but still legible.
- vocal and facial exercises to keep your muscles limber.
- tricks to get those facial muscles to work when they don’t want to.
- and, various microphone techniques that will dramatically change the way you sound.
- Script Writing/Translating/Re-writing
- Voice-Acting, Voice Directing and Dubbing
- Actual Dubbing and Radio Ad Recording Session
- ABS CBN Dubbing Studio Tour (by invitation of Instructors)
- Anime Conventions Hosting
- Real Radio Broadcasting
- Radio Drama
JOIN THE BEST AND ONLY VOICE ACTING SCHOOL IN THE PHILIPPINES!
Its the most comprehensive works hop on Voice Acting and Dubbing for Telenovelas and Anime!
Starting this January 8, 2011 you can be part of an 8-week long seminar that will do wonders for the way you speak and perform. If you’ve always wanted to become a voice artist for radio and tv commer cial, dubber for telenovelas and anime, or improve how people listen to you speak, then this is the way to go!
VoiceWorx! now on its fifteenth run, brings you the force of voice acting within reach. Learn the art of voice acting and voice overs in a fun environment, guaranteed to bring out the creative juices within you. See how do it..
This 2 month Voice Acting course guarantees to perk up that personality in your voice!
“I have never found anything close to what CreatiVoices has offered, thanks to VoiceWorx! I feel more confident in speaking up and performing behind the microphone..” – Jeff Marty Dimaano, 1st batch VoiceWorx!, now also a regular du bber and President of SYVAP
“This has definitely opened up new ideas on what I can do with my voices!..” – Gabrielle Tiongson, barely 18 years old when she took the seminar, now a regular voice talent at ABS-CBN.
“I’m proud of what I have accomplished with my voice, and with the help of CreatiVoices..” – Jo Carol Fernandez, 1st place winner of H3 Dubbing Compe tition and now lead role dubber: “NANA” in the animated series “BOKURA GA ITA”“I landed the job of Official Voiceover at Manny Pacquiao’s Show, Pinoy Records!..” – Heinie Hartendorp, former Radio jock, turned professional voice actor.
“Thanks to you guys, I’m one of the cast of the English dubbed Version of Maging Sino Ka Man..” – Pia Serrapio
, doing several voice gigs since she last attended VoiceWorx!
“Definitely more than what you bargained for.. much, much more..!” –
_user_stilissimmo [at] yahoo [dot] com”>Zaphael N. Berenguer, doing live VO gigs, Telenovela translations and actual dubbing sessions.
Here are some of VoiceWorx Graduates that has done Voice Over Works from different companies.
JM Torres – Dubber
Yohan Loudlow – VO/Live VO
Wan Lu – Talentadong Pinoy Hall of Famer and Ventriloquist
Cannon Lee – DJ/Podcaster/Voice Artist
Andrew San Fernando – Youth Caster/Broadcaster Tinig Kabataan Radio DWDD 1134 am
Adrian Santoalla – Voice Of The Youth Radio Coordinator
Ronald Mainit – Dubber ABS-CBN
Kimberly Aurelio – Broadcaster Microphone Club Radio
Wilord Chua – Host Chinoy TV
Brian Encarnacion – Dubber HERO TV/ABS CBN
Rachelle Abella AKA Dyosabelle – Energy FM
Smooth Corminal – Live Voice Over Artist
Rodel Flordeliz – Host UNTV
Monina Tan – Host UNTV
Chris Perris – Commercial/TV British Actor
JC Garcia – Live VO/Host
Garv Quevedo – Voice Over/Official VO of Chinoy TV and GO NEGOSYO/Newscaster/Anchor
France Cruz – Dubber ABS CBN
Hannah Villasis – Blogger
Alina Co – Voice Over Knowledge Channel/Living Asia
Jag Camat– VO/Dubber/Radio Drama Talent Radyo 5
Manilyn Abano – Radio Drama Talent 702 DZAS Tanikalang Lagot
Raki Diga – Dubber HERO TV
Dene Gomez – Model/TV Personality
Joey Borra – Voice of Discovery SM Digital Puppets
Rikki Quiapon – Dubber/Voice over/ABS CBN
Cyril Cabornay – Singer/Ad Voice Over/Radio Ad/Dubber
Jeck Deocampo – Anchor Student Hour UNTV Radio
Coleen Parrilla AKA Kristendera – DJ Love Radio
Karen Bordador AKA Bordy – DJ RX 93.1
Vincent Vegamora – Solar TV VO
Boy Ramos – Running Host
Kitin Co – Voice Over for Games SEGA
Weevz Herrera – DUBBER ABS CBN GMA 7
Matt Barretto – Game VO – Transformers SEGA
Angel Movido – DJ GV FM Angeles Pampanga/ Reporter ABS CBN
Maria Afable – Singer
Jelyn Chong – Host Chinoy TV
Nieco Sison AKA Totoy Bato – DJ Yes Fm
Sherwin Aguado – Dubber HERO TV
Rian Agustin – VO Game/LazerBeak
Aireen Sigaya – Dubbing Director/Dubber ABS CBN Beginnings at 21
Roemina Deocareza – Broadcaster/Teacher/Writer
Betchay Nicholas – VO/Live VO/AVP VO
Juanita Dela Cruz AKA Emma Harot – DJ MOR/ DJ Yes FM
Richard Sarmiento AKA Rico Panyero – DJ Love Radio
Bob Quilapio AKA Bob Kebab – TAG 91.1 Dubai
Toto Ferido – Host/VO
Niel Bascara – Dubber/Writer/VO Talent ABS CBN
Pol Wu – Dubber/VO talent
Miguel Sarne – Young DJ RX 93.1
Mau Sanchez – Former DJ
Kyle Nofuente – DJ Mellow 94.7
Joan Castor AKA DJ Dannie – DJ Home Radio 97.9
Mark Ivan Uy – Dubber/Translator/Writer – ABS CBN/GMA 7/TV 5
Ariel Barredo – Broadcaster DWSR Youth Service Radio
Karen Mendoza – Dubber/Writer – ABS CBN/GMA 7
Zack Bulatao – Actor/VO of Enchanted Kingdom
Carlo Torres – VO/Dubber/Model
Gerry Diwa – Musician/Owner SoundWeaver
Marian Carpo – Teacher/Dubber
Marilyn Mercado – StoryTeller/Teacher
Zsaris Mendioro – Musician/Voice Talent
Albert Alicer – Former Reporter Solar TV News
Joseph Paulo Clarvall – Former Dubber HERO TV
Earl Sebastian – Former Writer of DZRH Radio Drama
Princess Poe – Dubber/E Learning VO
Nina Lacson – VO
Sean Melendres – Former Dubber HERO TV/ABS CBN
Ed Jaluag – Former Dubber HERO TV/ABS CBN
Victoria Puyat – VO/VA Enthusiast
Glenn Ong – VO Talent/Blogger
Andrew Nacino – VO/Broadcaster DWIZ 882 khz
Jay Garcia – VO/Radio Ad VO talent
Emman Ramos – VO/Game VO – Megatron SEGA Transformer Human Alliance
Patricia Sy – Former Dubber/Cosplayer/Teacher
Val Gonzales – Reporter/Broadcaster DZRH 666khz
Gutch Gutierrez – VO Talent/Official VO of Fox Filipino
Nelieza Magauay – Dubber/Writer ABS CBN/GMA 7/TV 5
Frances Mendoza – Former Anchor VOTY TV / Language Teacher
Byron Barinuevo – Writer/Dubber ABS CBN/GMA 7/TV 5
Alissa Mendoza – Storyteller/Teacher
Jill Fernandez – Former Dubber ABS CBN/HERO TV
Angel Gonzales – Former DJ Mellow 94.7 /Event Host
Rey Anne delos Reyes – Dubber/Writer ABS CBN/GMA 7
Mark Aragona – VO/Commercial VO
Carla Mejia – Dubber/Writer/VO ABS CBN
Ray Pacursa – Writer/Dubber ABS CBN/GMA 7
Zap Berenguer – Former Live VO
Sam Duque – Model
Vivian Mangalindan – Motivational Speaker
Margaret McRae – Dubber/Teacher
Monette Lamsen – VO/Event Host/Wedding Host
Gab Tiongson – Dubber ABS CBN/HERO TV
Pia Serapio – VO Talent
Heinie Hartendorp – DJ/VO/Production Head TAG 91.1 Dubai
Emil Midas – Lead Vocalist Blue Ketsup
The good news is you can now pay bank to bank. Please make the reservation fee or downpayment to the following account:
Acct Name : CreatiVoices Productions
Bank : Bank of the Philippine Islands ( BPI)
Branch : Buendia-Dian
Acct. No. : 3716-8607-58
After which kindly fax us a bank statement with your contact details (name,address, mobile, email) at 239-6468 depositing the said amount. Also please indicate your choice of class schedule, R1 or R2. You can also email us a copy of the scanned statement at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to pay in full or may a downpayment of 50% this is also possible.
Reminder: You should pay the whole tuition fee 1 week before the first session to secure your slot because their are waiting lists.
The decision is yours… you are either serious about becoming a voice over artist or you are not.
It’s as simple as that.
“HURRY UP, BEFORE SEATS RUN OUT!”
To register offline, simply drop by at the studio at the 3rd floor Left Wing Lightblue Bldg. 1745 Dian St. Palanan Makati City. For directions on how to get there you can check our online map here.
If the link doesn’t work, copy this to your browser:
There is a google map of CreatiVoices studios at the page link above, so you can easily find the exact location of the seminar area.
For directions on how to get to our workshop you may call: (632) 239.6468 or 970.0971 (from 9am – 6pm, Mon-Fridays only)
Visit our website at www.creativoices.net and www.creativoices.com
What is a Voice-Over?
” A voice over is any recording or performance by one or more unseen voices for the purpose of communicating a message” – James Alburger. Any message you hear without seeing the performer is considered to be voice-over. This means voice-over is all around us! Whether you are listening to the radio, watching movies or television, dining at your fast food restaurant or riding the rail transit, voice-overs can be heard!
Is doing Voice-overs hard?
Voice-overs can actually be done by anyone! And it’s a very rewarding job indeed. A lot of Voice Talents are being paid to play and many professional voice-overs get their kick out of the industry just by enjoying what they do. Anybody can do a voice-over, but not everybody can do voice acting.
So what is Voice Acting?
Voice acting is an art. And like all other art forms it has tools and techniques which must be mastered in order for you to succeed in the level of success you want to deserve. Its about finding the kid in you. It requires dedication and passion for doing Voice-over jobs, and lots of patience to master the skills. True, not everyone can do voice acting, but anybody can benefit from learning how it works. In fact, many of the students in Creativoices Clinic don’t pursue voice-over jobs, but need the voice acting skills to further themselves in their chosen field.
How do I benefit from Voice Acting lessons?
If you want to break into the world of voice-overs, then voice acting is a must for you. By knowing how to express yourself properly, you can create real and believable characters for commercials, narrations, radio drama and most especially animation. With voice acting you can liven up a conversation and get the attention you want, whether its on a business or a personal level. If you or your job requires you to:
1. Communicate with other people on the same or higher business level.
2. Prepare Scripts, Write-ups or Citations for Productions
3. Talk to customers or clients and close business deals fast and efficient.
4. Constantly talk to other people and associates by way of declamation, speech or impromptu performance.
5. Or maybe you love to sing, host or perform for an audience.
6. Express yourself in a creative and entertaining manner.
Who can do Voice-Acting?
Anyone who needs to talk can communicate better when he/she uses voice acting techniques. Which means that even salespersons, promodizers, carpenters, engineers, attorneys, teachers, draftsmen, doctors, nurses, utility personnel, front desk officers, etc.. can learn voice acting, and benefit from expressing or communicating properly and creatively, with their peers.
What about Creativoices Clinic?
Creativoices Clinic is one of the departments of Creativoices Productions – the premier voice over solutions provider in the country. And it is now offering the Creative Voice Acting Workshop, the only one of its kind in the Philippines today. There are many voice acting schools abroad and many Voice talents offering “experience” based teaching, but none offers a detailed and thorough application and training by book and modules like Creativoices Clinic.
What do I expect from the training?
In Creative Voice Acting Workshop, you’ll get:
1. Personalized, one on one voice coaching and training throughout the workshop – from real and credible Voice Acting Professionals
2. Information you need to know to become a successful voice actor and communicator.
3. Create real and believable characters from within you and learn how to bring them back when needed.
4. Training materials and assignments to keep you at pace with the workshop and rapidly develop your voice acting skills.
5. Professional Critiques to hear and identify your voice qualities and problems.
6. Knowledge on how to self-market and promote your talent, professionally.
How does it work?
The workshop lasts for about 2-3 intensive hours each session, once a week. There are 3 training modules divided into 8 sessions and categories:
Session 1: The Voice That Works
Session 2: Starting Over – What it takes to be a voice talent
Session 3: Accents, Dictions, Variety, Articulation and Movement. How to Create Voices.
Session 4: Translation and Effective Dubbing delivery
Session 5: Creating interesting and unique character voices for Dubbing
Session 6: Actors acting. Working with Dubbing dialogues and multi-voice copies.
Session 7: Fine tuning your performance, Dubbing Sessions and VO Best Kept Secrets
Session 8: One-on-One Mock Auditions with Critique board and Q & A forum
How do I Join?
Sign-up now by clicking on the link below:
You can also drop by at our office and pay in partial or full. The P1000 reservation fee will be deducted from your Seminar fee of P8000.00.
Plus ABS-CBN Dubbing Studio Tours (by invitation of Instructor Only) and 2 additional DAYS!
How much does it cost?
For the whole program the total cost is Php 8,000 only. You should pay the whole tuition fee 1 week before the progam, these includes fees for the instructor, venue and training materials. A one time, non-refundable reservation fee of Php 1000.00 will guarantee your seat. Students may also take advantage of the referral program.
What is the referral program?
For a limited time only, students can now avail of this special program. Please review the terms and conditions carefully.
1. Applicants must be 18 years old and above and residing in the Philippines.
2. Application forms for the referral program must be fully completed.
3. Only Workshop students may apply for the referral program.
4. Applicants will get Php 1,000 per successful referral.
5. Incentives may be in form of cash or deferred through the candidate’s course. Which means if you get 8 successful referrals, you study the whole program for FREE.
6. Incentives can only be claimed if the referrals has paid in full.
7. There are no limits to referrals, and students may still avail of the program even after the course.
8. Creativoices Productions reserves the right to terminate or revoke any referral program at any given time.
Schedule of Training and Workshop
Start of Classes will be on January 8, 2011 (Saturday) and every Saturday thereof:
1st class – 10:00 am to 12:00 noon
2nd class – 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
If you have already registered/reserved your seat, then congratulations! This is your first step to that much awaited success in voice acting! We’ll see you in our studio soon!
MAY THE VOICE BE WITH YOU.
NEIL ERICSON “Papa” TOLENTINO
After more than a decade of professional work in the voice-acting and dubbing industry, it would be an understatement to say that Mr. Neil Ericson M. Tolentino has done it all. As a dubbing supervisor and director, Mr. Tolentino, or Papa Neil as fondly called by his peers, is behind some of the most popular Asianovelas like Lovers in Paris , Princess Lulu and Stained Glass. But even before the phenomenal success of the Korean Wave, Neil has also had a hand in directing Mexican soaps like Dos Amores, Gata Salvaje and animated series such as Streetfighter. Prior to being a dubbing “ supervisor, writer and translator for TV shows, Neil already directed several plays and performed as a stage-actor himself. Such experience made him versatile enough to appear in several TV series as a character “ actor for Marina and become an acting coach and script consultant for “Sana Ikaw na Nga” among other major productions. Even if he already is a full-fledged director, Neil continues to provide the voice for several anime characters for HERO TV, TV and Radio commercials. And to give back to the society, Neil also continuously shares his talents as a teacher and facilitator for scriptwriting and voice “ acting workshops including Creativoices productions “VoiceWorx” inspiring the next generation to break new grounds in the voice “ acting industry.
DANILO “Ama” MANDIA
Probably as a boy born in Boac Marinduque, even Mr. Danilo Ledesma Mandia, himself could’ve never imagined that he would later on become an institution, a pillar of the voice acting industry. Although, Mr. Mandia may not want to be branded as an “institusyon”¦ all the people he has worked with would certainly agree.
Coming from a diverse educational background – an Economics major in Trinity College; Agriculture Courses in the USA and UP Los Banos; it seemed that Mr. Mandia’S heart is really into the Theater Arts, which he finished as a Masters degree at UP.
It was indeed in the theater where he perfected his art as an actor, stage manager, artistic director and instructor since the late 70’s until the 90’s. Also, for a couple of years, he served as an instructor for De La Salle College of St. Benilde, Miriam College and Trinity College.
Since 1991, Mr. Mandia has been working as a dubbing director and translator for the biggest Broadcasting Network in the country, ABS-CBN and since 2005, for Hero TV Channel.
Some of the most memorable animated series he handled were Peter Pan, Dog of Flanders, Remi, Julio at Julia, Snowhite, RayEarth, BTX, Little Women 1 and 2, Zenki, Heidi, Digimon 1 and 2, Hana Yori Dango, Kim Possible, Voltes V celebrity edition, Akazukin Cha-cha. He also had a hand in other TV Series such as Bananas in Pajamas, Meteor Garden, Love Scar (Fantasy Fever), ABCDEF-4, and Girls Marching On among others.
His decades of experience in the arts already gave him a keen eye, or rather an “ear” for potential voice talents and actors. He has discovered some of the most talented voice actors in the industry. He might as well be labeled as a “discoverer” of talents, yet to the people
he has inspired, Mr. Mandia would be best described as a dedicated professional, a good friend and a true father.
ALFREDO “Alexx” AGCAOILI
Also Known as “The Supremo .” Alexx Agcaoili is a Filipino Voice Actor and ADR Director. Most of his VA and Directing work are Anime but he has also done work on some TeleNovelas which airs on certain TV stations in the Philippines, namely ABS-CBN and GMA. The very talented voice actor and Director for Filipino anime productions like, Fruits Basket, Rave Master, Mobile Suit Gundam, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Beast Machines, Supergals, Babel 1 and 2, Green Rose, and many more. Taking the role of Dr. Smith in the original Filipino Voltes V and Sanosuke Kagara in Samurai X (Rorouni Kenshin). His contribution to the workshop will be in direct supervision of the recording process and applications of voice acting.
POCHOLO “VoiceMaster” GONZALES
CEO/Managing Director/Voice Artist/Creative Voice Director
Although still very young, 28 year-old Pocholo Gonzales is already considered a veteran in the art of voice acting for television, radio and even online.
He started his professional career at age 16 and since then, has harnessed his talent to become one of the best and most experienced in the field of voice acting.
The long list of his credentials includes providing the voice for over a thousand different animated shows, characters on Filipino-dubbed Koreanovelas and Tsinovelas, Movies, radio and television commercials and even computer games.
He is also known as the “Father of Philippine Podcasting”.
He has won the Best Voice Actor title at the AdCongress 2003 in Baguio City through the radio commercial wherein he imitated the voice of Mike Enriquez.
He also organizes shows, seminars and workshops on voice acting.
At present, he owns and manages Creativoices Productions and also keeps himself busy with Society of Young Voice Artists of the Philippines-SYVAP, a group of voice actors and talents he organized.
Aside from his voice acting credentials, he takes pride at being honored as a Youth Advocate in Washington D.C., New York, Sydney and Tokyo for being the founder of a youth organization, Voice of the Youth Network (www.voty.org).
He finished BA Speech Communication and took his M.A. for Broadcast Communication in University of the Philippines. He also studied Voice Acting in California USA.
He also hosts a radio program entitled Voice of the Youth Radio Version 6.0 at DZME 1530 kHz every Sunday, 10 – 11 AM.
He believes that Voice Acting is an Art that needs to be heard, to be recognized and to be further developed.
BRIAN MATHEW “Godpodder” LIGSAY
COO/Marketing Director/Voice Artist/Creative Writer
Godpodder With over 12 years of Professional Experience in Voice Over and Events Industry in the Philippines, Brian has everything you need in a Talent. Showcasing a wide variety of voices from Corporate/Expert voice, Coliseum barker types, Hard Sell, Drama, and Character or Animation. With a solid background in Broadcasting, Brian is also a Scriptwriter, Host and Director. Plus he’s a Voice Coach and Head Instructor at Univoicesal Productions. He makes the simplest copy and the smallest events into big time, show time! You’ve Never Heard Something This Big!..
“It’s a different thing. It’s not just the voice… it is really acting”
– Karen Anne Mata, Japanese Language Major
“I learned how to develop my voice, how to preserve it from morning ‘till afternoon even if I’m speaking, and at the same time, how to change my voice without exerting too much effort. And also, I learned the proper way of delivering lines”
– Rufino Albert Bernardo, a free lance architect
“All the teachers that handled us were great. All the trainings and lectures they gave us were really enjoyable”
– Anna Marie “Ann” Celeridad
“I’ve learned a lot from this workshop especially the translations, audio dialogues, replacements and a lot more things when it comes to voice acting”
– Jay Garcia
“I joined the workshop because I wanted to learn different techniques about voice acting. It’s a very fun experience… there were a lot of exercises. And it really opened my eyes to the world of voice acting”
– Katrina “Kat” Pama
“I joined this workshop to further develop my God-given talent, and at the same time, share it with my co-workshoppers. I learned form my past lectures the real concept of dubbing… that it is not simply voice manipulation, but an art.”
– Michael Juyad
“I learned from Voiceworx the proper vocalization and that there are other ways on how to execute it… through the diaphragm, the lower register and the throat”
– Olive Princess “Liv” Riego
“There is no better way to hone my talents and skills in voice acting than learning from the experts whom the creativoices has in their workshop. It’s been a real enjoyable course and I’ve learned a lot especially from our three guest speakers Ama (Danny Mandia), Papa Neil (Neil Tolentino) and Supremo (Alex Agcaoili). We also felt the guidance brought by the Creativoices heads, Sir Choi and Sir Bryan whom made quite an effort to make sure Creativoices delivers what it was set out to do… And that is to equip and develop the voice artist industry”
– Michael Robert “Mike” Reyes
“I saw the Creativoices workshop on the internet when I searched for the word “dubbing Philippines” in Google.com. What urged me to join the workshop is the curiosity on how the dubbers portray their characters”
– Mariane “Mayan” Agena
“Actually I was searching for a another outlet that is different from the normal job routines and since I’m a fan of anime, I decided to enroll at Voiceworx. I was really grateful when I was accepted here because they have the best dubberrs and established directors in their workshop.
– Francis Francisco, member of the 6th batch of voiceworx trainees
“It was indeed a fun experience. At the same time, I learned several pointers, techniques and tools that improved ourselves, not only as voice artists, but also as a person”
– Maria Edora “Dory” Gregoria, housewife and a mother of five.
“The mentors and teachers in this workshop were very accommodating and they really value time. Considering the amount we paid, it was a bargain based on the services we acquired because the staffs here are professionals”
– Yvarr de la Cruz
“I’ve learned a lot and gained more experiences. I never thought voice acting would be this fun!”
– Kris Shiela Mingi
“I learned the proper utilization of voices, the proper way to direct it and the proper way of translating”
– Reymond Alagar
“Voiceworx expanded my horizon by their concepts and practices. They gave me a glimpse regarding the field of voice acting. There were aspects of this matter which I was unaware of. But the most important lesson that I learned is that voice acting is an art”
– Daniw “Yao” de Leon, software developer
“I discovered new things every meetings”
– John Paul Quilapo
“The workshop helped me mold my personality. It may seem that you’re trapped inside you, but as the workshop continues, you’ll be surprised that you’re already out of the box”
– Lea Marie “Aya” Balmes
“Voiceworx gave me a great opportunity to boost my self-confidence and self-esteem”
– Pablo Benjamin “Bong” Laureano
“At first, I was focused only on dubbing but on the latter part, when I met Sir Neil Tolentino, he taught me the proper way of translating… I got interested in scriptwriting. Although dubbing is still a part of my interest, scriptwriting became my primary focus. I learned that translating is not just about expressing your words, but it should also be acceptable and ethical to your audience”
– Juan Miguel Mesina
“Dubbing is coming from your inner self. It is about drama, exaggeration and impersonation”
– Neil “Papa Neil” Tolentino, dubbing instructor
“I socialized with different kinds of people. There are those who have jobs, are married and some are students like me. The good thing about this is that, though we have our differences, we still share a common interest. They won’t be so confident to establish a workshop if they are not fully equipped with experience in their field”
– Dwan Marciano
“Join Voiceworx! You’ll never know where it will lead you”
– Tisha Rosales
“Our instructors were accommodating… they did help us a lot. We had fun, and at the same time, we learn in terms of this industry. We will miss this”
– Gian delos Santos
“I can say that after the workshops in Creativoices, you will have opportunity to go to major stations to dub and voice acts”
– Alan Giosengfiao
“The instructors were amiable and approachable. They were always open and available for questions”
– Dar Santos
“I learned how to take care of my voice, and also the right things to do in voice acting. I also learned how to relate with different people that has different backgrounds”
– Glen Ong
“The instructors teaches very well and you will really learn from them”
– Sean Melendres
“I learned a lot… like translating and voice acting”
– Andrew Nacino
“Voiceworx will bring out the potential in you to be a very good voice actor”
– Jonathan “Jao” Ortiz
“I learned the true meaning of dubbing and I get to experience what’s really happening inside the dubbing room”
– Ceff Montifar
“This workshop is the best in business. It’s really fun in the class and the teachers are really great”
– Victoria Puyat
“At first, I was shy. But then, it was fun”
– Gwen Llana
“Very challenging. I love it”
– Pamela “Pam” Miranda
“You will really learn a lot from the professionals”
– Myra Pesquet
“I met the professionals in the dubbing industry”
– Boots Montes
“I learned how to play with my voice”
– Nadine Mata
“It’s not just all about dubbing. It also developed my communication and writing skills”
– Freya Pacis
“It’s very educational… and I gained more friends”
– Emil Miras
“You won’t feel tired during the sessions”
– Nina Lacson
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1745 Dian St., Palanan, Makati City 1235 PHILIPPINES
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