Learn about proper ways to give notes to your talent to help get better line readings.
- You've hired great voice talent,…but now you have to give them notes…to get exactly what you want.…So what's the best way to do that?…Even the best actors can sometimes fall into traps…of reading a line the same way over and over.…Here's a few tips and tricks to get your actors…to vary their line readings.…First, only the director or producer…should ever give notes to the actors.…And make sure that the clients, if you have them…in the room with you, know this.…And if they have any notes they should give them…to you or the director.…
Start every session by explaining to the actor…who their character is, and what they feel,…and what's happening to them.…Don't assume that the actor will know what you want…or know the actions leading up to every line in the script.…And also watch your actors, whether you're in person…or via Skype, because their actions can give you an idea…on how to direct them.…So for instance, if we're doing a scene where the character…is happy and you see the actor with his head down…really studying something and giving a line reading,…
- Finding and hiring voice-over talent
- Recording voice-over
- Becoming a professional voice artist
- Recording better line readings
- Creating a demo reel
- Recording your own voice-over projects
- Delivering and backing up audio files
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Building a Commercial Soundtrack in Auditionwith Scott Hirsch53m 26s Intermediate
Video Production: Location Audio Recordingwith Anthony Q. Artis1h 23m Appropriate for all
1. Producing Voice Over
2. Professional Voice Over
3. Voice Over for Your Own Projects
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