Don’t get caught with your hub down!

As a self employed professional voice over artist with a busy production schedule having unscheduled downtime is NEVER a good thing – can I get a witness!?! I am responsible for two things – maintaining good vocal health and my equipment. I am blessed to be healthy and haven’t had a cold or any throat issues for as long as I can remember. Equipment is another story. Like so many other folks, I rely on technology and the BIG 3 [...]

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Quick to listen and slow to voiceover

As a professional voice over artist the tendency can be to crank out the product and move on – that’s how you get paid after all. To quote a famous sidekick (if he were to reference voice overs) “You no speak into mic and you no get paid”. I firmly believe if you don’t listen to the client’s needs and have a full understanding of the content, the delivery style and know who your target audience is – then you [...]

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