How singing can improve your voiceover

Singing regularly is a fantastic way to improve your speaking voice and the advantages for voice actors shouldn’t be underestimated! Speaking and singing require good control of the breath, the vocal folds and the muscles of articulation. Exercising your voice doesn’t have to be about set vocal warmups. Singing along to whatever comes on theContinue reading “How singing can improve your voiceover”

Surmounting the North-South accent divide

I’ve never considered myself one for accents and impressions. I grew up with a mixed influence – starting life in a small, nicely spoken Buckinghamshire village before spending my most influential years at a somewhat less well-spoken school near Slough, yet still sounding slightly ‘posh’ at university in the Midlands. The majority of my voiceoverContinue reading “Surmounting the North-South accent divide”

Tips for voiceover artists during a heatwave

We have a bit of a love-hate relationship with heatwaves in the UK, but for voiceover artists the extremes of weather can be especially tricky.. As well as the heat itself, thunderstorms present particular issues – even the best studios can suffer interference from crashes of thunder and streaks of lightning! The problems of voiceoverContinue reading “Tips for voiceover artists during a heatwave”