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daffydoug
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Does anybody here know a good source for learning new voices?

I heard that Daws Butler, the voice man who was responsible for Yogi Bear, Quick Draw McGraw, Huckleberry Hound and scores of others, actually mentored promising students. I also heard the Jeff Bergman, who does a lot of the looney Toons voices these days, was personally mentored by Mel Blank.

I don't have access to Hollywood or any of that stuff, but I was wondering if there is a course available today, taught by a pro that teaches how to do scores of voices.

I'm not too bad at it. I have a Ytube channel under cartoonvoiocesguy, where I do various cartoon voices, but there are a few that I just can't catch onto.

Anybody know of a course that teaches the real stuff?
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Steve Petra
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Yes, Pat Fraley's character voice course is the BEST!

Go to the link http://www.patfraley.com/shop/Shop.html

and scroll down to:
CARTOON VOICE! The Essential Elements and Creating & Developing

It's treasure tove for anyone who is serious about creating character voices. Like a college course on 2 CDs
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Wow! Fabulous answer! I think I've struck gold!
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Pat F also has a C/D called the Best Cartoon voices stolen out of Hollywood.

It was like discovering gold to this nearly normal ventriloquist.

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Guys, I'm pretty elated about this! Thank you a million for turning me on to this!

I have to ask: Is there any way for me to talk or chat with Pat to ask him questions about the course? (I'm wondering about the contents, and some very specific things, I might add.)
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I had a VCD before of a female puppeteer teaching character voices...but her name escapes me at the moment. That video helped me a lot. Smile
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Found it...

http://store.puppeteers.org/index.php?ma......s_id=340


I will also get a copy of the Pat Fraley DVD Smile
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I'm pretty excited about this! Good stuff, man!
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