Category Archives: Voice Over Articles

Voice Over on Vacation: 3 Great Recording Tips

  Voice Over on Vacation: 3 Great Recording Tips By Susan Berkley As a voice over artist, you’ve got to be ready to audition and respond to clients’ needs at a moments notice. You can always book yourself out during vacations and let people know you’ll be unavailable, but many people prefer to bring their…

Is this common mistake killing your chances for voice over success?

  Is this common mistake killing your chances for voice over success? By Susan Berkley In my students lately I’ve observed an issue you may never have thought of that could be holding you back from the voice over success you deserve. In fact it’s one of the root causes of the problem I call…

Are Audio Books in Your Future?

  A few years back I had the good fortune of hosting an audio book workshop with producer John McElroy and famed voice over audio book narrators Alan Sklar and George Guidall. Guidall had a great insight about the role of the narrator. He said he “sees himself as a “literary hermit crab that scuttles…

How to Avoid Annoying Mouth Noise

  How to Avoid Annoying Mouth Noise When Recording Voice Overs By Susan Berkley Clicks, pops and slurps. Mouth noise can be a real occupational hazard for voice over talents. Some producers will even stop hiring you if you can’t get the problem under control. Ouch! But never fear, there are many things you can…

In voice over does funny equal money?

  In voice over does funny equal money? By Susan Berkley A subscriber writes: “I have a strange voice I can do. It sounds like one of the munchkins or chipmunks. Everyone has been telling me for years to check into this kind of thing, but to be honest, I was too afraid of rejection and embarrassment….