When recording any script, it’s part of our job to deliver the tone, feel, style the buyer is looking for. This is as important in a 12 hour audio book as it is in a 30 second commercial spot. The hard part? Consistency. Most every commercial script has some semblance of a beginning, middle and end. And the voice over tone may change slightly to reflect that. But most often it doesn’t change dramatically. In what we call “long form” work, that consistency is crucial. While important enough that a given character sounds the same through the book, the narrator should also. Then was is the narrator doing? Telling the story? Leading you through the story? These are decisions that as the script/book writer you may know, and/or we help inform that!
Coming this summer, in a land where everyone starts movie trailer type voice over for commercials with those words! But like the word “pivot”, what else ya gonna use? If you need this type of commercial script read, or other project in “voice over land,” contact me!
I’ve always loved to play with accents and characters. As a some-time stage actor, I suppose one fed the other. You don’t want to read, you want to listen, right?
Characters- LOT's of characters!
This is just a taste!What can I record for you?