Ever wondered what it would be like to be a narrator on The History Channel, Animal Planet or National Geographic?
Or how about the voice on an instructional video?
These types of voiceovers are known as long form because they’re…well, long. The scripts can be tens or even hundreds of pages long.
In these types of voiceover jobs the basics still apply, of course. But there are also some special techniques to help you deliver longer scripts in a consistent, professional manner without stumbling or running out of air.
Proper preparation for a long form narration starts before you even open the microphone. I’ve got 3 keys to great narration voiceovers for you today.
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