By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 27, 2012
Do you know the basics of voice acting? Breathing life into the written word takes both talent and a conscious effort on your part to craft a message. Kristin Price of Edge Studio shares tips for how to voice well considering factors such as Volume Control, Tempo Control, Pitch Range and Emotional Tone. If you're technically perfect but have no emotion, you've got nothing! Find out more about how four things you do naturally with your voice can create an effective read.
If you're interested in voice over, Edge Studio's Investigate Voice Over Class is an exciting and fun way to discover if it's for you! You'll learn the opportunities the industry presents and have a top-working pro assess your potential. For more information, hear Edge Studio coach Kristin Price speak about the class, or signup for the class here via Voices.com:
As a voice coach, Kristin Price loves figuring out how to make you shine, no matter what your background is. Everyone has a different style of learning. The most important thing is to enjoy what you're doing. As a voice actor, Kristin keeps busy recording commercial and narration voiceovers at her home studio and at production facilities around New York City (including Edge Studio!). The occasional on-camera commercial sneaks into the schedule as well.
Recent VO work includes narrations for Disney, Crisco, Nikon, GE, Doubletree, Swarovski Crystals, H&R Block, Office Depot, Crest Spinbrush, the U.S. Army, Yale University, and lots of corporate training and e-learning programs; the videogames "Silent Hill: Downpour," "Puzzle Chronicles" and "Enigmatis;" and commercials for Vitamin Shoppe, Ortega Tacos, Vertex, Alfred Angelo wedding gowns, Hannaford grocery stores, Paradise Bakery, Kaboom! and Peter Piper Pizza.
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