Gravy for the brain

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CS Innovation Centre,, Banbury OX16 9PA CS Innovation Centre,, Banbury OX16 9PA Directions
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Created in 2013 by studio owner Hugh Edwards and voiceover guru Peter Dickson, Gravy for the Brain runs a range of online and classroom-based courses, suitable for beginners and advanced students. These include voiceover performance and acting, and recording music at home or in studio. Modules can be accessed on home computer, laptops and tablets, and a customer service team is on hand to answer queries.

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Provide a platform for participants to send in their recordings for evaluation/feedback.
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Everything is rosy at GFTB - loved it! I wish more courses were like this
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Really responsive support department, especially Hugh and Harry. Nice touch! This course was great. Take it!
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brilliant course - I've taken it twice now! Definitely buy this...
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I love this course - it's really helped me out. Very professional and I learned so much...
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What a wonderful course - exceeded all my expectations and I've actually purchased another from them! Their support guys are also fab....
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They are really helpful! I'd recommend to anyone. :)
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A very educative course, very compelling with up to date illustrations. I love it.
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I'm interested in class courses for presentations. Where can I find those?
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