In this episode, we’re looking at how to creatively brief your voiceover artist – and why it makes such a difference.
We’ll be chatting about:
The reasons for briefing your voice actor before the recording session and what a good creative brief needs to cover – including 6 key steps:
Useful apps and websites for pronouncations
- Who is your Listener? Why is your voice talking to them and what do you want them to do or feel?
- What role is your voiceover playing?
- How do you want your voiceover to sound?
- Make sure your script is really ready.
- Useful assets – music, animatics and rough cuts, references.
- Timelines or deliverables.
Also the Oxford English Dictionary plus audio – OED App
Warm, friendly, concerned, emotionless, comic, serious, quirky, hip, sassy, trustworthy, calm, slapstick, cool, booming , sassy, movie-trailer, compassionate, soothing, confident, light-hearted, concerned, dry, emotionless, authoritative, straight-forward, sultry, not sultry, quirky, believable, engaging, clear, bright, mature, young, classy, excited.