How to Audition on Casting Call Club
Ever since its creation in 2015, Casting Call Club has been one of the largest gathering places for voice actors and actresses to find potential gigs. The collection of voice talent is no-doubt very enticing for content creators, as there are dozens of new casting calls each day! If you want to land a role using Casting Call Club, scroll down for the instructions how.
Go to the homepage of Casting Call Club.Log in or .
Scroll through the casting calls on the front page.These will automatically be casting calls with a close deadline that have been recommended by a moderator.
Search for something that you can do.You may have to scroll through a few pages before you find anything worth it.
Search through types of casting calls.On the right-hand side, you can switch between casting calls that are new, popular, have recent activity, or a close deadline.
Filter your searches.Change the settings in the Filters box on the left-hand side. Save the search if your results are more satisfying.
Click on a casting call of your choosing.Be sure to read to description, and make sure there are open roles that you can perform.
Find the role that you wish to audition for.Read the audition lines.
Practice the lines out loud.Practice them exactly as instructed, as best as you can.
the audition.Consider recording multiple takes, and include your best one.
Click on Submit Audition, then Browse Files.Select your audio file, and then click Submit Audition again.
- You can add additional notes to the audition for the casting director to read, if there are any details about the audition you would like to explain.
- Once you submit the audition, you can choose to add or change the meta tags, such as any traits regarding the character(s) you voiced (age, gender, accent, etc.), or the equipment you used to record (microphone, recording software, etc.).
Wait.Your audition will shortly be processed, and eventually reviewed by the member who hosted the casting call. If you get the part, congratulations!
QuestionI got cast for a role. What do I do now? (The notification led me to some page that says "Pending Actor status Pending Director status.")Top AnswererThis page is where you and the director of the project will collaborate together on turning in your audio lines. You may need to wait a while; the director may still be organizing or casting other roles. Eventually they should contact you with the script and audio requirements. If they don't, send them a private message inquiring about it. Once you have a script, upload all of your files on this page unless directed otherwise. (You may be required to send your lines with other means.) Once you have uploaded all of your files and the director is satisfied with your work, mark your role as completed.Thanks!
QuestionWhat should I attach for my audition if it's for the writer's job?Top AnswererThe director should describe what's wanted in the audition. If not, comment on the casting call asking for clarification. Typically you can expect to submit a document detailing your writing history or a sample of the writing they are looking for, depending on what kind of job it is.Thanks!
QuestionWhat does the deadline mean? Does that mean the project creator is supposed to choose who to cast on that day? I've seen some projects that never choose anyone on or after the deadline.Top AnswererYes, that is the audition deadline. Typically, auditions after that date are not meant for consideration. However, sometimes the creator of a particular project needs to extend the date, postpone the auditioning process, or even cancel the project entirely.Thanks!
QuestionWhat does it mean when I can't submit an AUP on Casting Call Club?Top AnswererAUP files simply cannot be accepted in their current format. This can be confusing, as many voice-actors who work through Casting Call Club use the Audacity program. However, you can easily convert the file to MP3, then submit it.Thanks!
QuestionIs it okay to submit audio files that are five years old?Top AnswererNo. Every audition should be a brand new recording. Your voice can change drastically in five years. Even for demo reels, you should stick to using fresh recordings, and update it yearly, at the very least.Thanks!
- Audio files must be uploaded in MP3, WAV, MOV, or M4A format.
- You may sometimes get a comment from the member hosting the casting call explaining what was good, and what could be done better. This is a good thing. Take any and all constructive criticism, and learn from it! If they explain what they want to see in the role, you can simply submit a new audition.
- Don't fret if you don't get the role. Acting is a competitive business, but there are hundreds of other roles available out there.
- Only members with may audition for professional listed roles.
- Casting calls that are highlighted yellow, have a checkmark, or both are casting calls that have been approved or recommended by a moderator. This usually happens when the member hosting the casting call has a positive history on the site or evidence of quality work on other sites.
- Don't be afraid to check out casting calls that aren't highlighted or checked. It doesn't hurt to start small.
- You may notice that your audition may have gotten a thumbs up. This means that another user listened to your audition and liked it. This doesn't mean that you are going to get the role, but it's a good sign that you're doing something right.
- Feel free to listen to other auditions. It couldn't hurt to know what you're going up against. And if other users post a pretty good audition, give it a thumbs up. Voice acting is competitive, but that doesn't mean you can't be sportsmanlike.
- When auditioning for positions other than singer or voice actor, you may need to submit a document or an external link as your audition instead of an audio file.
- Do not submit troll auditions.
- You cannot audition for closed roles. This means that a decision has been made and another member has already been cast.
- Don't make two auditions for the same role. If you made a mistake, comment on your audition explaining it, and if really necessary, ask the casting director if you could redo it first.
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