New York, NY, March 02, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Voice123 (http://voice123.com), the largest voice over marketplace where voice over talents promote their voice services and voice talent seekers find the best voices for their projects, published tips and recommendations for voice actors to consider using watermarks in their voice over demos and protect their work.
Voiceover talents are constantly creating and sending audio content and files when auditioning for voiceover work. Voice artists have the right to protect everything they produce or create, including both the audio and copy. The main purpose regarding this issue is to avoid others to use their work without permission, especially when they are sending auditions online through Internet marketplaces.
Using watermarks is a very common, easy, and secure way for voice over actors to protect their work. A watermark is a technique that inserts sounds, such as beeps, in the audio file to avoid the unauthorized use of the material. It is important to let listeners know that a demo is watermarked and each voice talent can have its own way to watermark voice demos.
Voice123 (http://voice123.com) published very useful information about this topic providing very specific recommendations on how to create watermarks, what alternatives exist, why are they important, and what happens when a voice talent forgets to watermark a voiceover demo. To learn more, visit the Voice123 website.
Voice123 (http://voice123.com) is an online voice over marketplace based in New York. With the largest online voice over talent database and a vast number of daily voice over project postings, Voice123 helps voice over talents to promote their voice services, and companies to find the best voice over for their projects. With a young, highly qualified, and technology-oriented team, Voice123 is always looking to provide an innovative service and be a world-class technology company.
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