Entries by Neil

Do You Require A Male Voice Over Artist?

Are you choosing a voiceover for your project? Research has shown than male voices are associated with neutrality and are particularly great for conveying authoritative, factual information. While female voices are more associated with nurturing and compassion. However, researchers found that in terms of ‘forcefulness’, there wasn’t much difference- if any- between the two. No […]

How to do a voiceover using ipDTL

If you’ve not heard of ipDTL, it runs on Google Chrome and enables the client (you) to listen in and direct a voiceover session with me, as I voice your script at my studio in London, from wherever you maybe in the world! You get a high quality feed, as if you’re in the studio with […]

How to Hire A Voice Over Artist Online

Hiring a voice over online, who has a studio, is easy! It’s far simpler, quicker and cheaper than if you hired one through an agent. A voiceover agent is just the middleman who adds a fee on top, bumping up the cost. If you hire through an agent, you’re also likely to have to hire […]

Voice Over Showreel, how do you make it great?

What makes the perfect voice over showreel? Every voice over wants to know the answer to this question. Every voice over probably has their own idea of an answer! For me, I think this deserves the same answer as the question ‘how long is a piece of string?’ Below is my latest voice over showreel, […]

ipDTL Voiceover

ipDTL, you heard about it yet? I’m now a fully signed up ipDTL voiceover, with Link+, but whats it all about? Read on to find out, or head straight to the bottom to try ipDTL for FREE! I read something about it last year(2013), it won an award, didn’t really take much notice as theres […]

The Road to Professional Voice Over Success

The road to voiceover success is an interesting one! I was at a studio recently where an intern asked about becoming a professional voice over artist and how it works. He saw the ‘voices’ coming in, recording and going. He basically thought “that looks easy, I want some of that”! We went and grabbed a […]