Learn some tips for helping your director get exactly what they want from your voice session.
- Voice-over sessions are fun and easy when you step into…a booth and everyone loves what comes out of your mouth…on the first try.…But it doesn't always work out that way.…It's important to provide the reading…the way the director wants it.…Far too often in a recording session,…we end up as voice actors reading the same line…over and over, the exact same way.…Sometimes it's hard to get out of a rut,…it just happens at times.…So one of the things, if you're having a real hard time…with it, you can always suggest, y'know, can we come back…to this line, let me just sit on that a little bit.…
And they're generally going to be happy to help you out,…because they want the best takes as possible too.…Now, you as the actor, if you keep getting the same note,…that means that you're not giving them a different read,…so just try something different.…Sometimes it sounds like it's different in our head,…but it's not, so try going a different direction,…try emphasizing a different way, just do something different…than what you've been doing, because obviously,…
- 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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