Hoping that a voice actor will record your script and intuitively know exactly how you want to sound can be risky. Many voice buyers enjoy directing voice over sessions by listening to the voice talent as they record and giving instruction. The result is that the voice over is read exactly as it was intended to sound according to the writer. You do not have to be in the room with the voice talent to direct a voice over session. There are some nifty hacks to reduce the cost of remote direction. Explore six of the most common ways to direct a voice over session from anywhere.
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