Knowing how to vary volume to create an engaging variety of reads is key to building your reputation as a versatile voice actor. Here are some tips that will help
Listening to what’s out there in voiceover land can be the best free training you can get. Here are some guidelines on what to tune into and what to make of it.
You’ve all seen it in the brief or heard the engineer ask for it. “Can you make it sound conversational?” It’s the latest in ‘here to stay’, voice over trends.
Here’s a blog to help you understand how to create a believable voice performance in the studio when you need to sound like you’re somewhere else entirely.
Self-directing in voice over is a skill that many of today’s voice actors find difficult. So, I have some guidelines and rules that might help you make the grade.
Making the most of every experience in the studio is what builds your profile and career. Understanding more about the process can help that along.
Creating a demo for animation is not just a matter of recording all your funny voices, sending it off and hoping for the best. There’s a science involved.
Have a look at my interview with Melbourne’s Peter Kent, one of our most masterful voice over performers. And that’s an understatement!
The latest trend in voice over is coming from the growth in online video. Voice actors with skills in this area need to understand what’s out there, so they can position themselves to get some of this work. Here’s how!
Ever wondered how to perfect your Voice Over reads? Here are two little rules for the voice actor that make all the difference! The Voice Over pro’s all do it brilliantly – and that’s what makes them pro’s. Know what they do? They understand how to convert written word into spoken word and make it […]