How to properly edit scripts with too many words

How to properly edit scripts with too many words

It’s not a matter of if. It’s a matter of when. It’s a sure bet that one day one of your voice over clients will send you a script with too many words and expect you to read it in too little time. In commercial voice over the spot you are reading (or auditioning for)… read more →

Are you making this BIG voice over mistake?

Are you making this BIG voice over mistake?

This week we’re going to take a hard look at a mindset issue that could be affecting your voice over success. I’m going to be a little blunt here so I hope you don’t mind. So here’s the question: When you approach potential voice buyers are you acting like a peer or (inadvertently) like a… read more →

Top Dollar for your Voice Over Work

Top Dollar for your Voice Over Work

Many people say voice over is so much fun they’d do it for free. And yes, it is fun. But unless you’ve taken a vow of poverty or are independently wealthy, why would you give away your valuable talent without being fairly compensated? Yet that’s what many people do. They either bid (and accept) fees… read more →

How to get rid of hissing Sibilant S

How to get rid of hissing Sibilant S

Ever listen back to a recording of your voice and hear a hissing sound whenever you say a word with the letter ‘s’ in it? That’s plenty of words and it doesn’t sound very good, does it? In fact, if a hissing S is not controlled it will stop your promising voice over career dead… read more →

How to improve you voice over timing

How to improve you voice over timing

There are a lot of moving parts to a voice over performance: your character, the product, the microphone. But there’s other key piece that’s often overlooked: your sense of timing timing. Beginners often get so carried away with their performance that they forgot the commercial needs to fit within :60 seconds or less. You’ve got… read more →

Top 7 ways to get rid of mouth noise

Top 7 ways to get rid of mouth noise

Aaargh! Mouth noise. It’s the curse of every voice talent. You record your best takes, listen to the playback and there they are-crackles, slurps and clicks. Don’t think your potential clients won’t notice. They do. Bad mouth noise can completely blow an audition. Voice buyers know it takes valuable time for the recording engineer to… read more →

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