By Stephanie Ciccarelli
January 27, 2012
The sort of work you do, even though it may be acting, is telling of who you are, what matters to you and what you're willing to have your voice associated with.
How do the scripts you read reflect you and your heart?
Join in the discussion in today's VOX Daily.
When you decide to audition for a job or record for a client, do you find that the script in question falls in line with what's on your heart or things that are important to you?
Consider this quote:
"What we love usually manages to get into our conversation. What is down in the well of the heart will come up in the bucket of the speech." - Vance Havner
This quote, while referring to conversation in general, could also be applied to voice over as the voice over itself is meant to engage people in a conversation of sorts whether around a product, service, concept or otherwise.
Even if you aren't the author of the words you are reading, you are the author of the voice over being recorded and are expressing those words as if they were your own.
I'm interested to hear from you!
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