2 Keys To Great Commercial Voice Over

2 Keys To Great Commercial Voice Over

Ah, commercials.

When my boyfriend hits the mute button I grab the remote and crank up the volume. Annoying, I know. But it’s my bread and butter. He’ll get over it.

As a voice over artist, you’ll (hopefully) be doing a lot of commercial auditions and when you book one, it can be quite lucrative, especially if it runs on network TV.

But even if it’s a local spot, it’s always a thrill when your friends text you that they heard your voice on TV!

There are many moving parts to a great commercial voice over, but there are 2 important keys that, when mastered, just might book you the gig!

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To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company


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2 Responses to 2 Keys To Great Commercial Voice Over

  1. Thanks for adding a new book to my library Susan. My VO, the late Paul Armbruster, used that same method. He would always ask after the initial read, “Where are you? and Who are you talking to?” Then we would use a variety people and place while reading the script again. Different tones happen every time. Great tool to use when cold reading. Good advice Susan…

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