Interested in building a successful voiceover career? These 4 tips will help you understand the different approaches to take to different script styles.
One of the most important ingredients to building a successful voiceover career is ‘sounding authentic’. But how do you sound authentic, when you’re just pretending? Interesting question. Here are some tips that will help you make the grade.
Every Voice Over script has a story to tell. And if you want regular work as a voice actor, you must keep developing your story telling skills. If you’re a regular reader of my blogs, you’ll know there are many different scripts, written in different styles. But the one thing all voice over scripts have […]
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’!
All voiceover scripts inform us of something but sometimes scripts are full of information and information-loaded scripts can be some of the most challenging to voice. But here are some techniques I use for getting through information-loaded scripts.
To become successful in voice over, you need to understand how to look at each script differently and create variation in your reads. Here are some tips for doing just that.
Getting acquainted with the two fundamental skills for voice acting is essential before you leap. Build those skills first. Do your research. And then leap!
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.
Understanding where and how to place emphasis in a voice over script is a key skill to becoming a great voice actor. But what is the trick?
Did you start this year with a list of goals for your voice over career? How’s it going? Right, I hear you. Sometimes, life just gets in the way! Here are some things to do, to get you back on track.