The voice acting business has become a lot more diverse in the last decade. There has been a rise in video for corporate markets and an increase in e-learning and audio books. This means there is a growing demand for professional voice over artists to be able to perform different styles of voice work. It is important for any voice over artist to understand how these different types of voice work differ and what their skill sets are. This article will take a look at some of the different types of voice over and the trends we are seeing.
A warm, engaging and conversational British FVO with a touch of Welsh warmth on request. Ideal for commercials, on hold and general programme narration. Clear, believable and versatile.
Experienced female voice over with a smooth, confident and credible tone. Great for documentary and commercial narration scripts and also character voices. London based.
A natural and genuine sounding RP voice for a range of ages from late teens to early twenties. Works from her home studio and can record for directed sessions or self-record. Can also provide a range of character voices including kids, animals and seasonal characters. voiceovers.uk