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 🙂
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!!!
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!
Understanding how to give words ‘on’ the page, meaning ‘off’ the page is an essential voiceover skill. This is the first in a series of blogs to help build your techniques.
If you’ve been thinking about getting into voiceover, auditioning and getting no results, or you’ve made a demo and are still struggling to get some traction, knowing your voice style is something you really need to be across to succeed.
One of the fastest growing areas for work in voiceover is in the non-broadcast area, as once text-based websites move to include more audio and video online. Here are some guidelines to the techniques for working in this area.
Need to solve the problem of rollercoaster reading, and wondering where and how to place emphasis and inflection for any voiceover you do. Here are some techniques that will help.
Your Voiceover Demos are the key to your success. That’s why you need to know how to choose content that will help you get booked!
The landscape of voiceover is changing. There’s a lot of talk about how, and not everyone’s a happy camper. The question is, do you embrace change, or sit on your hands and whinge about the good old days and how simple it all used to be? I’ll go for ‘option a’ any day.