1. Prepare your script for voice-over
You must make sure that the voice actor and the production team has all the necessary information to make the project a success. How many languages do you need? Is the script timecoded? Or have you chosen the right terminology? These are some of the important aspects to consider.
At VoiceArchive we encourage our clients to start a briefing where we talk about the details of the script.
2. Get a project manager
A project manager will help you identify and describe all the details of the project. It can be very time-consuming to look through a voice actor pool several work samples. That’s why it would be a good idea to have this workload removed by having a project manager. A project manager will provide you with advice and guidance and guide you.
At VoiceArchive we understand what your project needs, and we can spare you a huge amount of time by helping you with your project.
3. Hire the right voice actor
Hire a real human voice actor. For e-learning projects, the voice actor must have stamina, flow, pronunciation, and the ability to adjust speed. It’s also important that the voice actor is a native speaker of the chosen language for the project. Then they know the cultural background of the target audience.
At VoiceArchive we know what to look for in a voice actor in every project. We can help you find the perfect voice!
4. Adjust different language lengths to the script
Some languages are typically spoken in longer sentences – like Spanish! So, you need to be aware of this when you translate the original language into another. Make sure the timing is right with the right timecoding.
VoiceArchive can help you with this. You’ll save a lot of time since it requires a lot of editing and expertise.
5. Make sure the audio quality is perfect across all devices
Audio mixing is a delicate process, and it requires expertise and a lot of work. Your audience can possibly listen to the e-learning course with headphones on or on other electronic devices. That’s why you should make sure you have the right team to have your back. Have your voice over done professionally.
At VoiceArchive we offer post-production to make sure your project will have the right script, voice, and audio quality for all devices.
6. If you’re producing regular e-learning content….use a smart ordering system
Ordering voices and project managers for a project can also be time-consuming. VoiceArchive’s offers a smart ordering that provides you with a personalized voice talent pool matching your language and price range requirements via a portal for you and your company. This saves you time with e-mail and phone call correspondence.