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You might be able to supply the narration for an industrial safety video. Assume you’re the head of health and safety, and you’ve just brought a badly injured person to the hospital after they disobeyed factory safety guidelines. You want to make sure that no one else has to go through the same ordeal. You now have the desire and the fire in your belly to express yourself through the words you read. Yes, you’re putting on shows. Every screenplay is different, but they are still performances, and you must be able to rapidly switch into one of several characters and maintain the feeling, the voice, the position, and the reason for speaking. Innovative Actor’s Studio is one of the authority sites on this topic.
Of course, you might enrol in acting classes to have a better understanding of all of this, but you must first master this method on your own. If you listen to your recordings and they seem like you’re reading a script, you need to address this as quickly as possible. I’m frequently asked to record TV or radio commercials in which I’m expected to sound animated. In actual life, I might not give a damn about the ridiculous thing being advertised, but I’d make it sound like I did!
So, how do you pick up this skill? It’s all about the melody of the “song” in the voice, the timing of the words, the phrases that are stressed, the small gaps, the breathing, and the minor flaws that make communication feel natural rather than scripted. Finding a tape of a professional experienced voiceover that you appreciate, especially with a voice style close to your own, is the greatest way to “get” this performance method. After that, either transcribe the voiceover or locate the script. Play a few words and then take a breath. Now you read the script aloud, paying attention to the way the words are uttered, the “tone” of the words, the way they rise and fall, the pauses, the emphasised syllables, and every other element.