Hello everyone, I would like to share an article written by Jill Tarnoff that was posted on the voices.com website concerning the use of a professional voice for your business voice mail and IVR systems. Quite frankly there are many businesses that could benefit from this and, with all the different stops in different communities where I work events this could prove to be a tremendous opportunity to have these types of recordings completed. I often travel with my portable recording gear capable of broadcast quality recordings while I am on the road! The important thing to remember is that this valuable resource is available at a very reasonable cost for your business.
Voice talent and speech coach Jill Tarnoff shares her experiences calling in to book appointments with a healthcare provider and how the voice on an automated telephone system recording sets tone for the remainder of a call and speaking with a real person.
Here is the link to the complete blog article http://blogs.voices.com/voxdaily/2011/06/voices_for_business_voicemails.html
Have you ever thought of having a professional voice record your phone prompts?
I just had to share this article by Brian Clark with you today, it is so easy to make these mistakes! One must always be reviewing correct grammar, especially with technology and auto-correct trying to figure it out for you. How many times have you let one of these slip by in a post you have made on a social network or a text message?
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As a voice talent who is far from perfect, I am always on the lookout for more efficient ways of recording and editing my takes. I recently stumbled on an article that does exactly that! Punch and roll is a feature that is built into pro tools a very complex recording software that is way more complex than most of us voice-over talents need to do the recording and production that we need to do in our normal daily routines.
Being a user of Adobe Audition 3.0, I have never been able to figure out on my own how to create a script to allow me to use punch and roll in Adobe Audition. That was until I saw this article written by Adam Verner! A marvelously written article on how to very easily incorporate the proper settings to add the punch and roll feature to Adobe audition! In literally less than five minutes I had the feature installed set-up and ready to use! Click on the link below to the article and incorporate this useful tool to your arsenal of great production tools.
What features have you found to speed up your audio editing in Adobe Audition?