5 Script Tips For Voice Seekers

5 Script Tips For Voice Seekers

You’ve got your vision. You’ve written your script. You’ve auditioned voice talent. You’ve picked your winner. Now it’s time to get down to business. It’s time to take that vision and make it a reality. Produce that commercial. Create that video. Update that phone system. You’re ready to record. Now what?

Are You Reading From The Right Script?

Are You Reading From The Right Script?

Tell me this hasn’t just happened to me… A client sends you a script and asks if you’ll record a custom demo. You create a new folder on your computer for that client and save the script into that folder. After all, you don’t want to lose it or have to ask for it again.

Word To Time Convertor

Word To Time Convertor

Different Voice Talents quote different ways depending on certain projects. For narrations it’s usually one of two things. a) Based on word count – rate per word b) Based on time – rate per minute

The Unrehearsed Voiceover

The Unrehearsed Voiceover

The first time I recorded a radio commercial I was working in radio. I walked into the booth, sat down in front of the microphone, put the gargantuan headset on, and waited for the cue from the producer. Then I threw up.

Voiceover Turnaround & Delivery

Voiceover Turnaround & Delivery

One of the most common questions I’m asked by clients is, “how soon can you do this?” We live in a world of deadlines and urgency. Things need to get done by yesterday because tomorrow hasn’t even come and we’re already behind. I’m not sure why that is, exactly. All I know is that seldom […]

How should I prepare my script?

If you need your script to be a certain length just try reading it out loud with a watch before you send it.  Be realistic about content and timing.  If you can’t fit your copy into 30 seconds chances are I won’t be able to either! ;-) Spell out odd words, names, places, web sites, […]