How to make a boring technical read more interesting....

.....see attached file!!

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Comment by Darren Altman on September 28, 2008 at 6:04pm
Good points. I'm starting my first VO course next month and can't wait. What I posted was my first technical read for a client all chopped up! It was for British Telecom and I found it very challenging to be honest as I have never had to read like that before, it was a great learning experience.

I'm taking my first voice over class next month and am really looking forward to getting some proper VO education which will allow me to phrase long texts with more fluency. I'll keep you posted!
Comment by John Taylor on September 28, 2008 at 4:23pm
All seriousness aside....Connie's right....a lifetime career in voiceover is the longest continuing education course anyone can take. It keeps my curiosity piqued.
Comment by Connie Terwilliger on September 27, 2008 at 4:29pm
Depending on how hot it is in my studio - a certain lack of attire is advantageous...

Uh Darren - there is something seriously wrong with your file - reminds me of the talking stain commercials. ;-)

But to be serious now (for anyone who DOES start thinking that a script is boring) - I don't find any scripts to be boring. If it is a dry technical read, then I challenge myself to focus on learning more about the subject as I am working my way through the script. I've learned a little bit about a whole lot of things over the years. Keeps the job interesting!
Comment by John Taylor on September 26, 2008 at 6:38pm
How to make a boring technical read more interesting....?
.....A pitcher of Margaritas?
.....record in the nude?
I give up.

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