The vocal effects of robots provide intelligible speech, but will not be confused with real human language. But what if your project requires an influential voice with all the organic characteristics of the human voice? Think of movie trailers (“In a world …”), DJ names, radio program IDs (Armin Van Buuren’s trance status is best known for his thunderous intonations), and movie villains, even heroes, and games. These voices don’t sound like machine work, but they have a hyper-real, exaggerated, and superhuman quality. Are they real or are they not ..?
Step 1: based on the decision
If the bottom of the pizza is not good it doesn’t matter what kind of topping you have! When it comes to dubbing, voice and script are the foundation.
Start with excellent writing
Writing a good screenplay is not an art you were born with, it is a work of art that you can easily learn. All you need to know are some tricks to get you started.
But the million-dollar question is, where would you learn these tricks? Check out this great blog to write great lyrics in 60 minutes!
Choose the right tool
After you’ve created a great text, it’s time to bring it to life.
The voice determines the gender and personality of the character. The language of the voice determines the character’s overall ethnic mood.
We take this into account when creating the Animaker voice for you!
Stage 2: emotional wear and tear
Even if you have a pizza base, and if it’s not good, it’s a pizza no one will eat. In Voice-Overs, emotion is the salt of the salt. This is the most important part of creating a good voice.
Hmm! But how much heavier is the emotion with a voice above it?