If you use audio in your learning materials, then you’ll be fascinated by what these voice actors reveal about their work and the scripts they are given. What do voice actors, voice artists and narrators need in a script? What can we provide to ensure we support them to do their best. How do we reduce the corrections cycle? These questions and more are answered in this episode by three excellent and experienced voice actors.
- Education and training needed to become a voice artist
- Characteristics of good scripts
- Script formatting that makes it easier for a voice actor to perform
- What to provide prior to recording
- Discussing rates and timelines
- Common mistakes to avoid
- What a voice over job for eLearning entails
- Pronunciation keys
- *How to make a dying sound for a video game
TIME: 31 minutes
TRANSCRIPT: Download the ELC 044 Transcript.
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- World Voices
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