Enhancing storytelling with voice-over: how to choose and record the right voice for your video


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You've probably thought about how to tie your video back to your brand with color and logos, but have you considered what your voice-over says about you?

When you're focused on the visuals, it's easy to overlook your audio. But just think, a voice-over is your opportunity to guide the audience through the content and influence how they feel. 

Whether you want them to be moved to make a donation, excited about your new project, or inspired to take action, a voice-over can help. However, to be effective your voice has to be right for your brand and message. So how do you choose the right one?

In this webinar we'll be answering that very question with Al Black, Co-Founder of international voice-over agency, Voquent.

The actionable takeaways you’ll leave with:

  1. The steps to build a brand voice that represents you and connects with your audiences. 
  2. How to keep your audience engaged in your video by setting the right tone.
  3. How to prepare your script for recording or working with a professional voice-over artist.
  4. Inside advice on recording your own high-quality voice-over including tips on equipment.

About the speakers

Al Black - Co-founder and Production Director @ Voquent.com

Al has been producing voice-over and audio-visual translation projects for over 20 years, working across all industries serving customers like Microsoft, Amazon, Sky, Fitbit and Twitter.

Al has a wealth of knowledge on how to find the right sound for your organization and we're really excited that he's joining us to share his insights with you!

Al Black

Naomi Linford - Social Media Manager @ Sparkol

From social media to blogs, guides and webinars, Naomi is Sparkol’s content lead. Always looking for the best tips, advice and insights to share with the Sparkol and VideoScribe community to help you create impressive videos. 

Naomi will be the host of this webinar, quizzing Al on what makes an effective voice-over and how you can create your own.