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.
Many of those who seek me out for coaching in voiceover skills want to work in narration for audio books. I want to share some techniques for great story telling by looking at some of the most common mistakes made.
Converting a sometimes clumsily written voice over script, into a meaningful communication needs a solid understanding of the difference between word on the page and those we speak. Here’s some guidance!
If you’ve ever listened to your work and thought, “something’s just not quite right”, you’re not alone. It takes skill to convert the language in scripts. So here are some things you need to know that will turn, ‘not quite right’ into, ‘I like that’!
When you’re auditioning from home, knowing how to approach a script with no direction can be really tricky. Here’s a blog with a simple check list to follow that’ll make your job all that much easier.
Knowing how to find the right voice to use in voiceover is essential to building a successful career. Here are some tips and techniques to help you on your journey
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.
The secret to voice over success is all wrapped around language and how to convert it into engaging and connected spoken word. Here’s a voice over coaching blog that’ll give you some great techniques to upping your voice over reading skills.
Audio book narration is growing globally and we all love the idea of it…but there are skills involved. I want to share some techniques and tips that’ll help your book narration auditions and jobs move to the top of the favourites list.
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.