Gone are the days of waiting in line for an audition and mailing your demo to various prospective gigs. The digitization of the multi-billion-dollar voice acting industry has made it easier than ever to get your voice heard, literally.  From the hiring process, to the actual recording, to the payment for services, voice actors now have the power of technology at their fingertips. We’ve compiled the best apps available for voice actors, so that finding that next gig is a breeze.

Twisted Wave Audio Editor App

This audio editor and recorder app is perfect for updating your already made recordings. You can copy and paste your audio, apply effects like fade in/out, delay, compressor/limiter, pitch shifting, amplification, adjusting to higher or lower frequencies, and more. The app is also handy because you can use it to import audio files to your iTunes library, an FTP account, a Dropbox account, or any other audio file application.

iPerform

This is one of the best apps for making the life of a voice actor just a little bit easier. It acts as a personal assistant, helping you track your acting career. From auditions and bookings to contacts and finances, keeping track of your voice over life just got more organized with this app. You can record your mileage and finances for projects, keep track of the demos you’ve submitted, and never forget another follow up with an agent or casting director.

Actor Genie

Actor Genie allows you to be a true insider in the film and television industry. The app tells you what’s casting, who’s casting it, where to find representation, and other helpful tips. Actor Genie also curates content from well-known actors and directors. It’s a great way to stay in the know with what’s happening in the industry, so your voice acting career can continue to blossom.

Voices.com

This website gives companies looking for voice actors a snazzy and easy-to-use app to find voice actors like you. They submit a job, and you reply! The app gives the company a one stop shop to find talented actors, and you simply apply with a proposal, quote, and audio file.