I've created this thread in accordance with the new recruitment section policy, so what I have to say here regarding voice acting stuff is just copied and pasted from my original "lady of many hats" post. I hope that's all right. If you're interested in my help as a writer or editor, you can find the original thread in the appropriate section. (Psst! I've got a link in my signature!)
Where voicework is concerned, I plan on saving up enough money to take lessons with a voice talent and coach in my area. I met him at a seminar a few years ago. Prior to college, I attended a lecture on the subject and was told by the instructor that I had "a very trainable voice" and that I had a chance to make it if I tried. I would've taken lessons right then and there, but . . . college had to happen.
I have auditioned for roles in amateur projects before, but the times I wasn't rejected, the projects in question never became a reality. School kept me busy for many years, and I couldn't pursue my passion actively.
I am female and have a medium-to-high vocal range, but I have no problems with young boys' voices. I don't have a demo reel or anything---just a few of my old, cruddy auditions. I don't know if anyone wants to hear those. But I'd be happy to help anyone willing to give me a shot.
Update: I've just finished one recording meant for sampling purposes. I'm reading a monologue as the character Nell from the play Like Dreaming, Backwards by Kellie Powell. Here it is:
I understand that the audio quality isn't the best. I know how to record, but I'm afraid I'm very much a novice at mixing and optimizing sound quality. Sorry if that puts anyone off!