How do you feel?

When you have a conversation with someone, what’s the first thing they notice about you? Most people would agree that they notice how you feel. Are you happy? Angry? Sad? Worried? Fearful? Excited? People interpret what you say based on how you feel.


This is critical in voiceover. Because the listener has no physical cues… just your voice.

Whether the subject is toothpaste, programming or heart surgery, people notice how you feel before they actually hear the words. That’s why your voiceover training needs to focus on how you feel about what you’re saying.


My one-on-one voiceover training program is intensely personal. It’s designed to help you connect with the listener by learning how to approach any subject with just the right feeling.


This isn’t an acting program; you won’t be asked to “fake” anything. Instead you’ll apply your own experience to find any association – no matter how small – that will generate true emotion in your delivery.


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