I always want to get into voice acting but I hardly have any experience unless podcasting counts as voice acting. I was wondering if I should jump right away on auditions that are looking for inexperienced voice actors or would it be best if I have a lessons from a voice over coach? The issue of having voice over lessons is my schedule since I work a lot in the day time.
Bugger the Voice Acting Coach for now. Just dive straight in and have some fun!
As @Azure says, don't commit to lessons unless you're dead-set on having this as a career. And even then, look around and see who's reliable.
Enjoy voicing for anyone who will have you on board, and be sure to look up ways to improve your recordings in Audacity and any other software you use.
If there are sample transcripts I would use that will be helpful and I could practice. I also have Audacity installed in my computer. As far as making Voice acting as a career goes, it will be part time since I have been creating websites for a living but would love to do voice acting for fun.
Yep, tbh it doesn't matter what you read! surely you must have books or comics in your house? I just suggested Gutenberg as it's legally free.