If you think voiceover scripts are just about ‘reading’ and are easy to understand. Think again! It takes real skill to pick apart a script, so that you can deliver the message to its intended audience. Here’s a coaching blog with a few ideas 🙂
The world of the audio book is experiencing considerable growth. If you love the idea of audio book narration and you’ve determined you have a excellent sight-reading skills AND have the perfect voice for it, then this blog will give you some more skills for working in audio book narration.
In this first of two lessons in the skills for audio book narration, I talk about some of the fundamental mistakes made by those wanting to get into this rapidly growing area.
Building your voiceover business, your knowledge, experience and profile takes time and research. So I want to give you some information that may help you understand the business side of the voiceover world in the non-commercial world.
Digital ‘opportunities’ for voiceover artists. They’re everywhere. But buyer beware! What may look like an ‘opportunity’ could be just the opposite. Let’s question the new world of online voiceover. Plenty of us are!!!
The digital world has changed the way we work as voiceover artists, but can you build a career in voiceover from a Home Studio? This blog looks at some things you can do that could make it a possibility.
In the first of this 3 part series of blogs about how to build a career in voiceover, I talk about some do’s and dont’s and give some strategies for making good connections.
When you’re faced with a voiceover script that requires you to ‘be real and believable’ but the script is stylised and unnatural, it can be tricky. Here’s some help!
Creating character voices is something we all love to do in voiceover. But they have to be good. In this blog I talk about the difference between voicing for an ad or an animation and give you some techniques that will help you on the job!
Being a trained and talented voiceover artist is only going to matter if you’re working. Sometimes the most difficult part of establishing yourself for voiceover success is ‘being heard’. This blog talks about how to prepare, so your talents get heard by the right people.