Professional Voice Recording.
Efficient. Effective. And with a smile.
If you’re looking for a professional voice recording, but have never worked with a voice actor before, you might find the following guide helpful to get the best from your voice over session.
I’ve been a voice over for more than 20 years, and over that time I’ve found ways to make the process as easy for you as possible. As technology has developed, it's become even easier for you to get a high-quality result remotely, and if that means directing the session from your kitchen table, we can do that with ease.
I usually work from my own studio, but if you’d like me to attend a studio of your choice please just call or mail to discuss.
Let's Get Started
We always start with a chat, either via email or phone, to establish exactly what you need. How, where, and how long you intend to use the finished audio for, how much input you want to have in recording your script, and your preferred choice of audio delivery and format. This information will give me a good understanding of the project and ensure I can provide you with an accurate quote.
Booking A Session
Before I begin recording, you will need to provide me with a final version of your script. If we’re working together in real-time via ISDN, Source Connect, CleanFeed, phone, Zoom or Skype, we will agree a session slot. It’s a fun and efficient way to work and gives you the opportunity to request different styles, tone and pace.
If you’ve asked me to self-record, as many of my clients do, I will ask you to provide me with any direction you feel will be helpful, and any pronunciations that are unusual or not in English. From this point, you agree to trust me to provide you with a quality result. Any subsequent script changes or alternative reads will be charged on a pro-rata basis. Naturally, if I make a mistake, I’ll rectify this promptly, and at no charge.
You might prefer to have the raw session file so you can edit and produce the final audio yourself. In this case, I may provide you with more than one take to give you some options. Or, I can do the editing and production here and send you a ready-to-use audio file in a format of your choice, usually a wav or mp3.