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 valuable help and keep spirits up, while also doing their utmost to ensure the survival of their hard-earned businesses.
As someone locked away for the next 12 days (oh yes, I’m counting), I’m not currently in a position to knock on doors or deliver shopping. But I am able to record voiceovers. And since I’m now trapped at home, my availability just became considerably more flexible.
Calm, reassuring voiceover services.
Maybe you would benefit from regularly updated messages for your telephone systems. Advice and guidance seems to be changing almost daily. Your messages to your clients can too.
Perhaps you’re working on a video to explain to staff about new processes or procedures, a voiceover will really help that information to be taken in and understood.
Do you normally go to a studio for voiceovers? I can’t offer you that same premium experience, but I can still offer you excellent audio quality and the ability to direct the session if you wish.
Who else is helping?
Dear friend and fellow voiceover and producer Stevie Cripps and I have put together a website to give you some more ideas. If you need a calm, reassuring voiceover to quickly and reliably convey your message with as little fuss as possible, that’s what we can offer you, and we hope we can help.
For more, see calmingvoices.co.uk