Scripts

Entries from Vox Daily tagged with 'Scripts'

3 Simple Steps to Better Communication in Voice-Overs

When reviewing a piece of copy, how much attention do you pay to its intended audience? How well you know your audience determines how well you read a script. Determining 3 simple things in advance of voicing a script will...

Need Resources for Auditioning and Casting Voice Overs?

Are you new to casting voice-overs? Do you need advice on what to look for when casting voice talent? If you know you will need a voice-over for your project but you've never auditioned voice-over talent before there are a...

Mike Rowe Demonstrates VO Trick in "Adventures in Voiceover"

Do you ever receive scripts that are marked up and difficult to read? Or creative direction that makes little sense? Receiving scripts in that kind of shape can really slow a production down and cause unnecessary back and forth between...

Improving Your Vision To See Scripts More Clearly

Are you having difficulty seeing the scripts you read? More and more people are experiencing varying degrees of vision loss as they age. Voice artists are not immune! Susan Manhire, a voice talent and Optician, joins us today in this...

How To Open .Docx Files

From feedback we've received, there are still many people who are unable to open .docx files... while older software may be the issue, did you know that there are tools that you can use online that will do the job...

Why Cold Reading Skills Are a Must For Voice Actors

Have you ever thought of why cold reading skills are necessary? The ability to think and speak on your feet is essential to a number of voice over jobs including animation, video game voice acting, live announcing and more. Find...

Are You Meeting Your Prospective Clients' Needs?

Are you keeping up with the Joneses? Missing out on opportunities because of something as basic as a software upgrade? Prospective customers are valuable and it would be foolish to pass up opportunities... but if this is true, why do...

Does Font Choice Influence Artistic Interpretation?

Do you experiment with fonts when you read scripts? Does changing up the font alter your interpretation? Perhaps you have a favorite font and even change the font that your scripts are sent in! Whatever you do, I'd love to...

Stephen King: Audiobooks Are The Written Word's Acid Test

Is the act of simply "listening" to an audiobook akin to "reading"? Just how powerful is the spoken word? Hear what author Stephen King has to say about audiobooks and make your own judgment!...

Editor-in-Voice: Do You Rework Sloppy Copy?

When a customer presents you with a script that has grammatical errors, missing words, or poorly phrased sentences and the like, do you edit the text to make it more comprehensible for you and the intended audience on behalf of...

Can Voice Artists Be Held Responsible For What's Read in a Script?

When you perform a voice over, is there the potential for you to be held responsible for what you're saying even though you aren't the party that is being portrayed in the advertisement or voice over recording? You bet your...

Writing Spots For Your Voice Over Demo

Conversations carried on from last week about demos have provided more food for thought regarding what can or cannot be used on them. One way to make sure that your copy is original is to write it yourself! Learn...


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