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’!
Voice actors are often faced with scripts that are running to long. Finding ways to edit the language, so the advertisers message isn’t lost, is not that hard when you know what to do.
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
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?
Have you ever thought about adding a short intro to your voice demo? For some time now, recording an intro on a voice demo has been big news in Australia. My agent, EMVoices, insists on it – as do many others. Why? Originally, it was driven by the studios wanting to hear an example of […]
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.
As you know, I’m often talking about the importance of marketing in voice over. You need to be able to: position yourself well, target the right market, and do the right kind of marketing consistently …when you’re building a voice over career. For this months interview, I want to introduce you to Derek Chappell. He’s another […]
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!