As a voiceover director, getting the best out of your voice actor is at the heart of what you do.
Being able to adapt in the moment and pull some solutions out of your voice directing box of tricks can be very useful.
This week – I’m talking to Nic Redman, Voice Actor and Vocal Coach
– who has got some brilliant ideas to support and enhance the average studio session.
There are many different reasons why a voice artist might need extra support:
- Perhaps they’re an author who’s narrating their own book
- An actor who is new to voice work
- An established voice who’s new to that particular genre
- Or perhaps they’re simply nervous or mastering an accent for the first time.
Nic is all about the idea that little, simple things can make a huge difference to our voices
– and in this podcast, she’s sharing some of those things with you!
- How to relax an anxious or nervous voiceover – and why that matters
- Why breath is so important
- The physicality of voiceover delivery
- Interpreting copy and how it can help with delivery
- Working with different accents and why being specific really works
Oh and so much more!
Nic’s new podcast “The Voice Coach Podcast”
is on all the usual podcast platforms – this is just the Apple link:
And if you’d like to work with her, you can find her here: