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Here I write about my experiences as a voice artist. I work with my voice more or less daily with voice over, voice artistry and the like. My thinking is that this will eventually become a spoken (audio) blog rather than a written one – but there is some work to be done before I get there.
As a professional in the video or audio production industry, you understand the importance of high-quality audio in your projects. When it comes to choosing the right voice for your project, you have two main options: recorded speech by a professional voice over artist, or text-to-speech (TTS) using artificial intelligence (AI). So, which is the better option? Let's take a look.
Voice overs are everywhere. They're in TV commercials, radio ads, website videos, and even in some video games. And as technology continues to evolve, the voice over industry is likely to pop up in even more places. Here are a few places we can expect to hear voice overs in the future.
In today's modern world, it's easy to take voice overs for granted. They're everywhere, from TV commercials to movie trailers to video games. But have you ever stopped to wonder where they came from? How did this now ubiquitous form of communication come to be?In this blog post, we'll explore the history of voice overs, from their humble beginnings to their current place in the pop culture landscape.
A voiceover artist’s voice is their most important tool. It carries a message, emotion, and feeling that listeners connect with. But sometimes there are deeper elements of voice work that can be overlooked—and one of the most important is tone. Tone of voice has the power to affect how people perceive you, your message, and even the product or service you are trying to promote. In voiceover work, tone is used to convey emotion, create impactful pauses, add emphasis on words and phrases, and create an overall feeling. With the right tone of voice, you can make your voiceover stand out and take it to the next level.
When you're producing a corporate video, it's important to choose the right music and voice-over to appeal to your target audience. The voice-over is a critical component that can make or break your video.
Think about it – would you rather watch a video with a well-spoken, articulate person narrating it? Or, would you prefer to watch a video with someone who sounds like they just rolled out of bed? The answer is obvious.
A good voice over will engage your viewer and hold their attention throughout the video. A bad voice over will cause them to lose interest and maybe even turn off the video altogether.
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