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C. Dawson
C. Dawson
posted 2 months ago

I really recommend the Showreel if you're interested in going down the voice over path. I did the beginner's workshop and have signed up for a 121 session. JP has a wealth of knowledge and puts everyone at ease with his sense of humour and fun! The studio is kitted out with all the latest equipment and the speed/smoothness that everything runs at is great! The group is small so you get plenty of personal attention. You also get to meet fantastic people with amazing voices!

Alex Mann
Alex Mann
posted 3 months ago

I had a great morning at The Showreel recording an agent demo with Mike. The guys really know their stuff and the session was a great success. They are very good at providing you with research materials and advice before the session, but it is important to go there with as much preparation done as possible. Similarly, their information regarding agencies and the wider world of voice-over work is extensive and has been really useful for me at this early stage of my v/o career.

I was really happy with the quality of recordings that were produced and the session was relaxed and fun. I don't know a great deal about the equipment used in such recordings, but from what I could tell the studio was extremely well-equipped. Mike certainly knew his stuff and was a great source of help and advice both before, during and after the session.

I would thoroughly recommend using these guys for v/o reels and I will certainly be looking to work with them again in future. I feel it is important to reiterate the importance of preparation on your part beforehand: the guys can only do so much and the more work you are able to do in finding suitable scripts etc, the more you will end up getting out of your session.


Malcolm Kemp
Malcolm Kemp
posted 1 month ago

I really enjoyed the workshop experience. For me, I was looking to understand more about what is involved in voiceovers other than simply getting behind the mic. JP gives a lot of context and advice here, and I found it really eyeopening. Additionally you do of course get time behind the mic and I found it exciting to try to discover my natural vocal style, what markets/contexts does that suit etc. The time flew by and I left wanting more. Would recommend if you're curious as a great way to start

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mystery-manGiovanni del Vecchio
posted 2 months ago

I did my drama voice reel with Mike. Mike had obviously thought about each piece before I’d arrived and he was already prepared with some suggestions for musical settings and sound effects, which I had not been expecting. Mike has a strong musical instinct for what is going to work and a massive library at his fingertips. I appreciated how he listened and how he engaged with what I was trying to achieve. It felt like a collaboration and he was both patient and a perfectionist. While I am really looking forward to the final edit, I was delighted with the experience, and I look forward to returning for my next project.

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