Teen voiceover, Rosie Eustace.

It’s all change here at Voiceovergirl Towers (which may include the name, but more of that another day). With a new office and studio, it’s time to bring in some new co-workers. Let me introduce my daughter, Rosie. Welcome to teen voiceover, Rosie. You may have worked with Rosie before. She’s been voicing since she…

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Hire an established voiceover.

I’m an established voiceover. I’ve been around the block a few times, built a number of voiceover booths, worked with my kids, and tried my hand at most genres of voiceover. I still remember when I was trusted to voice my first national radio campaign, and that aired 20 years ago! Once all three of…

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6 steps to creating voiceover for a video

There are a few different ways of working on a video project. Sometimes, a client will simply provide the script and some guidance, and will then edit their video to fit. More often, the video already exists and the voiceover needs to match fairly closely for time and pace. This is a project I worked…

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Start with a great script

I love communicating with written words. I spent some of my teens writing press releases for local arts events, and wrote for the local paper too. If the internet had existed back then, I would definitely have been an obsessive blogger. I spent a year working for a music management company and wrote press releases…

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Can we talk about what really is a professional home studio for voiceover?

There’s been a lot of talk on Twitter today about voiceovers working from their professional home studios in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak. Large studios have had to close and those voiceovers that usually work their way around the London circuit now have no place to work. Lovely as it might sound, setting up…

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Your Safe Space: a guided meditation

As I imagine many of you are, I’m feeling quite anxious at the moment. I’m making sure I practice Transcendental Meditation twice a day, get some sunshine on my face as soon as I spot any, and try not to endlessly feed myself news from social media. I know that as a voice over I’m…

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How Can I Help?

For many of us this is a question at the forefront of our minds right now. In my local area I’ve been enormously lifted by the creative, community-spirited efforts being put in by small businesses that could just as easily crumble and disappear under the pressure. Finding ways to continue to serve our neighbours, offer…

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Connection

The joy of connection. Technology. Some days it can let you down. ISDN has been my number one connection tech for working remotely with producers, directors and clients on a daily basis. Earlier in the week, I discovered my ISDN lines weren’t working. In the bad old days of fax-and-dial, this would have been a…

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Web and explainer video voiceover

Voiceover for explainer and web video I’ve been busy spring cleaning my demos over the last few weeks (radio, and tv here) and here’s another new demo, this time showcasing some of the projects I’ve worked on recently for explainer and web video. These projects tend to tell a more complex story, so I’ve opted…

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TV commercials – a compilation of recent voiceover work

TV commercials voiceover TV commercials voiceover is one area of work that traditionally called for a trip to London and a booking at a swanky studio. Over the years I’ve been voicing, the falling cost of technology, ISDN lines into my home, and ip-based real-time sessions, means it’s now easier than ever to book the…

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