You have stock music, and you have Stock Music. Sometimes it’s easy to find just the right sound for your production, and sometimes it feels impossible. Our Sound Designers already do a lot of music searches. And this summer, you can profit from their experience for free. And that’s not all, throughout August, when you … Continued
In the world of explainer videos everyone talks about the magic 1 minute limit. But for many products and services bringing your message over in such a limited time is not easy. In this blog you’ll find a few handy tips for fitting it all in, within those 60 seconds. Choose the right style of … Continued
It used to be the case that for almost all voice overs recordings you needed to use a sound studio. There would be an audio technician, the producer, the client and (of course) the voice over present. Today it´s the other way round, with the vast majority of the work happening remotely. What tips & … Continued
Once or twice a year, you suddenly see it all around you. If you’re lucky you might avoid it. But what if the common cold virus does get ya? There are few things more annoying than having to cancel a voice over job because of a sore throat. In this blog:
A little while ago we wrote a blog on how to record voiceovers while on vacation. In the meantime, summer passed and we’ve received lot’s of great stories and photographs from our voices. Crammed in closets, cars and corridors.
Once upon a time… you had to travel to a studio for every voice over you needed. You hired a studio, booked a voice actor and tried to align the agendas of all involved so that you’d be in the studio, together. And, if you stumbled on a retake…
Here’s the dilemma. You are a talented voice over expert with a large book of business. Your clients want to collaborate with you all the time, but you’ve got an upcoming vacation planned.
Getting the full potential out of a voice over, that’s easier said than done. Or is it? In an effort to answer this question we teamed up with 87seconds and hosted a panel discussion by and for industry professionals.
How to become a voice actor. Where to begin?
You have written language and you have spoken language. The first is meant to be read, the latter listened to. Logical. Or not quite? Using the tips below you can write your copy as it needs to be spoken.
Directing a voiceover or a voice-actor can be a breeze. That is, until the voice-artist in question performs something in a way you hadn’t imagined. In this blog a couple of handy hints to make a real party of any studio session or home studio listen-alon