"The moment people hear your voice, you're inside their heads. Not only that, you're in there laying eggs!" Doug Coupland
So, you've listened to the demos, read the CVs, you like what you hear and want to book one of us to do the voicover for your project. You have a timescale in mind, your script is finalised and the voice artist of your choice is willing and available to do the recording for you and is able to deliver the finished project to your requirements. What happens next? At this point, it is over to you.... you need to start thinking carefully about the style of your product and how you would like the style to be realised, how you want the script to be interpreted, what kind of pace and what kind of delivery you would like. Having made those decisions, you need to be able to effectively convey all that information to us no matter what the project!
We think that we are very good at what we do; we believe that we can deliver you a product that exceeds your expectations and we will do our utmost to give you the best voiceover that we can. However, when you're working with us from a distance, perhaps from the other side of the world, good communication is the key. We can interpret your script but we really need decisive input from you. Descriptive and thoughtful direction will ensure that we can give you what you need, delivered in the style that is right for you and your project.
If you have not directed a voiceover before, you may be interested in reading our 'Notes on Directing a Voice Over', which are available HERE
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