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Using Zoom and Teams for Live Voice-Over Sessions

Posted by on November 2, 2022 in Acting, Voiceover

Since Covid, there are two words many of us hear far more than we ever heard before: Zoom and Teams. They have become staples of conducting meetings and business. They have also become regular ways to conduct live voice-over sessions.

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Human Voice Generator

Posted by on October 4, 2021 in Voiceover

Most people who need a voice-over recording want the human touch.   Even those looking to automate production and save costs with AI.   They’re all trying to recreate human emotion and empathy. The Future Is Coming But Probably Not As Quickly As We Think. I was listening to a podcast today about the meaning […]

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What is the Cost Of A Voice Over Artist in 2022?

Posted by on March 16, 2021 in Media, Voiceover

What is the Cost Of A Voice Artist? I’ll cover 3 issues that making pricing complicated. Let’s get into usage, conflicts, in-perpetuity and BSF.

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How Your Webcam Says More Than You Think.

Posted by on April 7, 2020 in Media

The idea for this article came from watching television this morning.  Sir Lindsay Hoyle (M.P. and Speaker for the House of Commons) was being interviewed.  I found something about it unsettling.  Then, one of my many lessons in learning to shoot video came to me…

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Working remotely with a Voiceover Artist for the first time?

Posted by on March 25, 2020 in Voiceover

Get studio quality audio remotely without the stress. If you’re a studio used to working with voiceover artists “in-person”, then there are a number of things to think about right now. The first thing to know is that you can get studio quality talent remotely. There are many of us who have been working this […]

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The Joy of VOX.

Posted by on December 10, 2018 in Voiceover

One of the hardest aspects of being a voiceover, and often not even contemplated by those entering the industry, is the loneliness that comes with the job.  It’s not all flitting between Soho studios, and chatting to directors and studio engineers between sessions.

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