As promised, I did hit up Fry’s today and purchase those CD-Rs. After a few minutes burning from the laptop at home, labels were applied, and discs were packaged. They went out this afternoon. I’m not totally nervous, but neither am I completely confidant in my success rate. But hey, the worse that will happen is I get no response. As far as bad consequences go, it’s pretty tame.
I appear to have made a critical error in putting these demo discs together – I don’t have any discs! Specifically, CD-Rs. I could have sworn I bought a set specifically for this task, but if I did, they have mysteriously vanished. And of course I only find this out after Fry’s has closed for the day. Typical. I guess I know where I’m heading tomorrow. For now, I’m completing what I can. The actual burning of the demo to discs shouldn’t take all that long anyways.
Time to get around and start mailing out my voice demo. Gonna put a label on a CD-R with the short audio track (what a terrible waste of space), stick them in mailers, and send them out. Hopefully they won’t all go straight into the trash. Fingers crossed!
Today and tomorrow I’m back doing some voice acting classes. This time we’ve had some guest speakers come. So instead of the one teacher I usually have, I get to experience a broader range of education styles. I was actually a little worried this would be boring, but the first day largely blew by quickly. Here’s to tomorrow!