Here’s a quick voice over acting tip. When you’re performing a voice over project you are often instructed to be enthusiastic, or upbeat, or friendly, or, my favorite: have a smile in your voice. Well, I want you to sound fed up, broken-hearted, annoyed, confused, frustrated and sometimes… downright angry. Here’s a video that teaches you how to include these negative emotions in you performance.
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