Think about and listen to what
you hear read aloud on radio, TV, the web. Consider the tone, pitch, delivery,
style. Ask yourself what makes one person’s narrative stand out over that of another- And you are on your way.
What do the 10 items on this list have in common?
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Expressing your talent -regardless of age or physical ability -Aloud - is Allowed.!Here's how:
Sage Comapnion talked with people in the industry. Here’s their advice: Think about and listen to what you hear read aloud on radio, TV, the web. Consider the tone, pitch, delivery, style. Ask yourself what makes one person’s narrative stand out over another’s? Be sure to get into reading aloud with animation and emphasis.
Be spontaneous. For example, as you are driving read advertising billboards along the way. Try reading a menu out loud! Pick a novel or a magazine and practice reading out loud for a set time every. Transcribe the text from an ad on TV and practice reading it.
Hear how you sound. Record yourself. Don't be too hard on yourself the first few tries, but after that, do listen critically. Finally, develop your style and your own way of expressing things out loud. One of the best suggestions is to request an evaluation of your recording from someone who does this for a living.
The Laudable Audible Actor
Above everything else, you have to have a bit of "the ham" in you. You have to be able to “act-out-loud” or, in other words, be an audible actor.
Did you know that there are connections and groups on the web? Here are a few we checked out in doing the research for this article:
Have Fun. Good Luck!