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Welcome to Voice Over Knowledge. Here you’ll find a collection of articles on the subject of voice over. Insight into the industry and advice on studio kit and more.
Voice Over Industry Insight
I’ve found that I”m often asked for advice on the industry, and it made sense to bring some of that advice together in a space where people can access it.
I’ll be adding to the content throughout 2022, so do come back to see more.
Competition In Voice Over
This is a competitive sector. Don’t be under any illusions that you can make a quick buck without any effort.
That said, if you’re committed to your craft, you can break through to success. Covid has increased the speed of change in the industry. Change is also an opportunity.
Who Made Me Expert?
No-one. That said, I do have more than 30 years in the media industry, so I hope some of these articles can be of help.
Voice-Over Business Articles:
This is one of the hardest questions in the business. I know so many people who wrestle with the question.
Issues of self-confidence and imposter syndrome can get in the way of clear analysis…
Working with a voice over artist should be easy. We’re here to help. But, how do you maximise the performance and get the best results for your voice-over project?
It should be obvious… but there are so many definitions that overlap. So which is the correct one? What is the difference between a voice-over, voice-actor, a narrator.
Sometimes, understanding voice over terms can be like speaking another language. But you don’t want…
Voice-Over Studio & Technical:
Which Version of Source Connect Do You Have? Having the right version is crucial to getting voice over work. You might have Source Connect NOW, or Standard or Pro.
What is Session Link Pro? How can it help you in your voice over work?
Learn all about one of the lesser well-known studio connection systems.
Want to make sure you get it right when buying your voice-over microphone?
Getting it wrong can be costly. On the other hand, a good microphone will serve you well for years.
How do you build a voice-over home studio that will serve your career for years to come? What is the difference between acoustic treatment and soundproofing?