Continuing our series of videos about improving your voice-overs, we spoke to Tom Gibson at Blackhill Studios about some of the best ways to look after your voice and help you survive a voice-over session – even if you’re not a professional voice-over artist.
The good news is that there are some easy steps you can take to help your voice stay fresh and stop you from feeling too fatigued from talking. Also, these tips aren’t only applicable to recording voice-overs. They can help with presentations and public speaking too.
Check out the video above to hear Tom’s advice, or watch the full interview for more information on this essential video production technique.
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