Vacation and Voiceover in Hong Kong As I look down on Victoria Harbor here in Hong Kong, I reflect on my journey here. Mine is a literal and a figurative journey. Voiceover was never in the cards for me as far as I was concerned but growing up I dreamed of a world that extended …
The endless discussions about voice over rates - fair fees vs. lowballing - miss a crucial factor, says VO veteran Marc Scott. Rather than strategy, could it be a matter of confidence in skills and audio quality?
I think we’re living in an exciting time, because the rules of acting that are really becoming popular (and understandable) are those that follow the same rules of life. It’s not really hard to stop “acting” and get real.
This is the sad state of affairs in today's world: everything is cursory. I'm speaking mostly of content, attention spans, and trends. Nothing stands still. Everything is always in transition. Boy, that's profound, Dave!...haven't you ever heard that the only thing that's constant is change? Yes I have, actually, but it's today's PACE of change that astounds me. Maybe that's 'cause I'm so close to the world of Social Media, where information from a month ago is already out of style. Unless
Many people have problems with an overly sibilant “S” that hisses or whistles in a distracting manner. A hissing “s” can be especially troublesome for voiceover artists when a sensitive microphone picks up every nuance of your speech.
I’ve written several posts on good vocal projection. One of the primary ways to have good projection is to project your voice with more force. Here’s a Quick Tip I published 5 years ago that can get you started with better projection.
When you start out in voice-over work…what’s the first demo you put together? Commercial, right? We all kinda want that to be our bread ‘n’ butter. It doesn’t always work out that way…but that seems to be most everyone’s hope.
Sooner or later you’re going to have to deliver a scripted presentation. It may be in front of an audience. It may be over the phone. You may be recording an audio tape. Or you may even find yourself on the air with your own radio show!
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