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What is an effort?
What are the safety regulations for voice over?
How can SAG-AFTRA protect me in a vocally stressful session?
How can I look after my voice in a vocally stressful session?
When are too many efforts enough in a vo session?
What are the union rules for auditions involving vocal stress?
When I have to do a long of yelling (ie video game) what are the union rules around vocal health?
Am I protected by the union in my VO session?
What are the union rules surrounding vocal stress session in VO?
In VO, how can a union protect me in session that feature efforts?