By Stephanie Ciccarelli
May 18, 2012
Can good acting camouflage how you really feel about a script or your depth of knowledge?
In a time where very few people are fooled by advertising and marketing, many voice talent who don't agree with the content of a script or understand its meaning think they can still convince an audience to believe otherwise.
Curious to learn more?
Hear from one of Chicago's top producers in today's VOX Daily.
I happened to watch a video featuring a voice talent who recently got to live their dream job for a day. In the video, something quite significant was said that I wanted to share with you to consider. This quote comes from Dave Leffel who is a Sound Designer, Mixer, and Casting Director at BAM Studios in Chicago.
"The voice is the mirror of the mind. If you're nervous, it's going to show. If you don't like what you're saying, it's going to show. If you're not necessarily understanding the script, it's going to show. It's all going to come through in your voice."
- Dave Leffel
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!
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