Learn about the benefits of conducting a table read before recording.
- The table read is an informal reading of a script.…Now before I jump into a recording session,…I like to hear the dialog and character interaction…to make sure the script is as strong as possible.…This isn't always possible to do,…but every time I've done it, I got to tell ya,…my scripts have gotten stronger.…As the producer or director,…you should not be one of the voices.…You need to be paying to how the script sounds…and be making notes.…
Each actor is assigned one or two voices,…and one person reads all the scene descriptions.…Then if someone stumbles with a line during the readings,…maybe it needs to be edited.…Maybe you can work it out right then and there.…As actors start to riff, let me tell you,…sometimes they come up with some really great…extra funny material.…What you might also find,…it's not even if they're stumbling on things,…but sometimes as they get into characters,…something doesn't feel right for that character.…It's amazing when you hear a character saying something,…especially with a good actor who's really into it.…
- 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 Intermediate
Building a Commercial Soundtrack in Auditionwith Scott Hirsch53m 26s Intermediate
Video Production: Location Audio Recordingwith Anthony Q. Artis1h 23m Intermediate
1. Producing Voice Over
2. Professional Voice Over
3. Voice Over for Your Own Projects
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