Announcer Voice Overs bring a level of style, quality, and professionalism to your company's image.
A clear speaking or unique sounding voice is simply not enough. It takes years of training, experience, learning microphone technique, the ability to take direction from producers and audio engineers.
If you don't have any acting training, you should consider taking an acting class to learn some basic acting skills, like how to be truthful under imaginary circumstance and how to create a character.
Whether you're auditioning for a voice over announcer in a commercial or for the role of an animated character in a video game, acting skills are even more important than the quality of your voice.
Knowing how to dissect a script in a short amount of time is also important when working with clients. Often, commercial voice over announcer scripts are very short, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Believe it or not, the one line scripts can be harder to nail then an entire page of a promo.
There's a huge difference between a professional voice over announcer and one that's just starting out. Whilst you might try to save a bit of money to get something done quickly, it could end up costing you more in the long run with wasted time and a flawed, unprofessional recording.
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