How To Self-Direct Your Voice Over Recordings
Learn how to think like a director when recording your voice. We will explore how to determine what the client is looking for and how to deliver that on your own. Practice how to objectively listen to and adjust your performance.
Not all voice overs are the same. Understand how to vary your tone and pitch to sell different types of products. We will explore these key differences by working with a variety of copy.
How To Read Sides
An essential part of the voice over process is the ability to read text and make strong choices. We will learn how to read different sides and determine a direction to take by asking the right questions. Students will bring in their own sides to workshop.
Keep The Client In Mind
Beyond the words of the sides are the goals of your client. Know the important details and questions to keep in mind when recording so your client hears what they are looking for.
Rachel Astarte is a professional voice-over artist with over twenty years of training and practice. Her informative and accessible voice has earned her the nickname, “Dr. Mom.” Over the years, Rachel has lent her voice to self-hypnosis audios for her transformational coaching clients at Healing Arts New York. Her voice can be heard on a multitude of commercial and corporate brands such as Johnson & Johnson, Cablevision, Alcon, Conair, Kellogg's, Zurich, and many more. She has worked with Michael George since 1999, during the early days of his production company. Rachel is thrilled to rejoin him as part of The Voice Shop team.
Webinar Notes: Please have one piece of copy to work. Any type, should be between 30 and 60 seconds long.
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7:00pm – 9:00pm
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