9Woodshedding and Script Analysis

The Director in the Front Row of Your Mind

As you study voice acting you will develop instincts as to how to develop your character, deliver your lines, and create drama in your performance. These instincts are good and necessary for a professional performer. However, if left at the level of instincts, they will limit your ability to find the nuance and subtlety of the performance—those seemingly insignificant things that make the drama powerful, the dialogue interesting, or a comedic script hysterical rather than just humorous.

All voiceover copy is written for the purpose of communicating something—selling a product or service, providing information, education, or expressing an emotion or feeling. No matter ...

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