Rise Against Robotic Voice-Overs

eLearning Brothers

One might think that eLearning voice-overs would be the place to take your enunciation skills to the max, but that’s not quite true. This is also big reason why a human voice is usually a wiser choice than a machine voice. Mayer Richard Mayer Voice Overs voice principle

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6 Quick Voice-Over Tips

eLearning Brothers

You want your eLearning audio to go smoothly, especially voice-overs. Using your voice properly is a skill in itself. This will prevent unintended mouth sounds and keep your voice consistent though out your session. #4.

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Best Practices for Voice-Over

CourseArc

If you are designing and developing eLearning, you are most likely going to need voice-over work. Voice Principle – People learn better when the narration in multimedia lessons is in a friendly human voice, rather than a machine voice.

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Voice Over Script Pitfalls

Experiencing eLearning

Instructional designers sometimes run into pitfalls when writing voice over scripts. Jill Goldman of Goldivox is a voice over professional who graciously agreed to share with me the issues she sometimes sees in scripts. This is part 3 of my series on writing voice over scripts.

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State of the Front-Line Manager

data shows voices across organizations. State of the. Front-Line Manager Management and Supervisory Skills Development Contents 2 Contents. 6 The Next Step: Bridging the. Learning- Doing Gap Page 18 5 The Root of the. Issue Page 14 4 The unrealized.

Voice Over Script Review Checklist

Experiencing eLearning

I’ve written several posts with tips on how to write voice over scripts. Voice Over Script Review Checklist. For further explanation of the above points, review the previous posts in the series: Writing Style Tips for Voice Over Scripts. Voice Over Script Pitfalls.

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The Art Of Voice Overs – Part 2

Edmego Learning

The Art Of Voice Overs – Part 2. Producing voice overs is an acquired skill. Just because you talk all day does not mean that you are fully qualified for voice overs. You can quickly isolate the imperfections in your voice quality.

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Teacher voices

Learning with e's

I want to share these teacher voices with you. Photo by Tom Wilkins Teacher voices by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

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eLEARNING DEVELOPMENT: Polly Want a Voice?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I know, I know, you hate your voice. Yikes, I mean we hate the sound of our own voice, not yours.) Rest-assured that your voice is far better than you think and, it’s perfectly appropriate for eLearning. Then I selected Matthew as my voice

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eLearning Voice Over Tip: How to Eliminate Background Noise

eLearning Brothers

Annoying background sounds in your eLearning voice over courses can be frustrating. Not everyone in eLearning is an audio engineer, that’s why I wanted to make a quick video on how to take out noise reductions in your voice over projects.

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The Benefits of Using Professional Voice Talent

InSync Training

Now, all you need to do is have somebody voice these modules. How about Mary or Joe in Accounting – (such a nice voice)? You’ve put the finishing touches on the script for your client. Your company has just spent thousands of dollars creating the perfect visuals , countless hours perfecting the story , and you’ve even decided on some cool background music. It all looks fantastic, should be a huge success. Right? eLearning

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Teacher Voices: Stewart Matthews

Learning with e's

Here's another post in my continuing series on teacher voices. Photo courtesy of Stewart Matthews Teacher Voices: Stewart Matthews by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

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Voice Over Scripts: Writing Style Tips

Experiencing eLearning

Instructional designers often need to write voice over scripts, but many of us have never received any formal training on how writing for voice over is different from other writing. She did a terrific job and brought energy and life to my script (as a great voice over professional can).

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Putting a Voice to Your Courses

LearnDash

If you are a writer then you have probably heard how important it is to develop your unique “voice” In fact, writers spend years trying to perfect their voice.

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Student voices

Learning with e's

Photo by Pedro Ribiero Simoes on Wikimedia Commons Student voices by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 bett2014 BETT show BYOD collaboration education interaction learner autonomy learning student voice Technology university video

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4 Priorities For Your Voice Over Recording

eLearning Brothers

Whenever the camera is on our actress, we used a boom microphone to record her voice. If the voice over audio sounds different from the camera-recorded audio, you may be in trouble. In the video below you’ll get a peek into our voice over recording session.

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How to Make Your Own Sound Booth for Better Voice Overs

eLearning Brothers

When recording voice overs in a non-professional studio, you’re bound to run into unwanted background noises, and other pesky sounds that your microphone picks up. If you want to clean up your audio and make better voice overs for your eLearning projects than keep reading.

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Formatting Tips for Voice Over Scripts

Experiencing eLearning

If we as instructional designers write scripts that are easy for voice over talent to understand, the voice over professionals we work with can record and edit those scripts faster. This is part 2 in my series of posts on tips for creating voice over scripts.

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Teacher Voices: Tyla Elworthy

Learning with e's

Photo courtesy of Tyla Elworthy Teacher Voices: Tyla Elworthy by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

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Student voices unheard?

Learning with e's

I also stressed how important it is to give students a voice in their own education. However, if they don't have a voice in their own learning, they are peripheral to the process, and education fails them. How do we give students a voice? Do their voices go largely unheard?

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Teacher Voices: Lloyd Chilcott

Learning with e's

Photo courtesy of Lloyd Chilcott Teacher Voices: Lloyd Chilcott by Steve Wheeler was written in Singapore and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Finding out what former students are doing now they are qualified, is one of the joys of teaching.

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9 Criteria To Select The Perfect eLearning Voice Over Artist

eLearning Industry

Voice overs add a personal touch to eLearning and improve memory retention. In this article, I’ll highlight the 9 top criteria to select the ideal eLearning voice over artist. eLearning Career Audio In eLearning eLearning Narration eLearning Voice OverThis post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Health eLearning Voice Over: Medical Background Required?

eLearning Industry

A voice-over actor with over twenty years of experience in medical eLearning voice over explains whether a medical background is prescribed to narrate health-related courses. eLearning Best Practices eLearning Development Best Practices eLearning Narration eLearning Voice OverThis post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Pro-Tips for B2B Voice Actor Demos

Cinecraft

Pro-Tips for B2B Voice Actors. If you are a voice actor looking for B2B jobs, this post offers you an insider’s perspective on creating a professional B2B demo that will reach the client. Here are four tips that will help you, the voice actor, get your demo to the client.

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Teacher Voices: Naomi Hancock

Learning with e's

It's also a chance for them to voice their hopes and fears about teaching, now they are actually in the thick of it. It's great to catch up with former students and discover what they are doing. That is exactly the purpose of this series of blog posts.

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eLEARNING DEVELOPMENT: Polly Want a Voice?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

I know, I know, you hate your voice. Yikes, I mean we hate the sound of our own voice, not yours.) Rest-assured that your voice is far better than you think and, it’s perfectly appropriate for eLearning. Then I selected Matthew as my voice

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Pitch Perfect: How To Hire The Right eLearning Voice Actor

eLearning Industry

When it comes to eLearning voice overs, the script is what gives an eLearning course its strength. But how do you find the perfect eLearning voice actor to breathe life into your brilliant eLearning content? eLearning Design and Development Audio In eLearning eLearning Narration eLearning Voice OverThis post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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ADOBE CAPTIVATE & GOANIMATE: Sharing Voices Is Quick and Easy

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

The voice of one of the screen characters becomes the voice who is guiding my learner through the spreadsheet lesson.   But how did I get the same TTS voice from GoAnimate to Captivate?     Knowing that I would want the same voice both in GoAnimate and in Captivate, I created some fake slides in Captivate, with the dialog script for the screen characters I was creating in GoAnimate typed into the Slide Notes. by Jennie Ruby, CTT, COTP.

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Teacher Voices: Megan Douglas

Learning with e's

Photo courtesy of Megan Douglas Teacher Voices: Megan Douglas by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

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Podcast: Writing Voice-Over Scripts for eLearning

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Voice-Over Scripts for eLearning. IconLogic's Kevin Siegel and Jennie Ruby recently sat down with the folks at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and discussed Writing. We talked about how critically important it is to. write the scripts in advance.    Learn some important Dos and Don'ts you can put to use. immediately. Audio eLearning mLearning

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11 Steps to Effective E-Learning Voice Overs [INFOGRAPHIC]

LearnDash

If there is one area that is often overlooked in the realm of e-learning, it is effectively implementing voice overs. Doing voice overs is an art in itself, more than most people think.

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Teacher voice 1: Neil Jarrett

Learning with e's

In a recent post entitled Teacher Voices I promised I would celebrate by interviewing some of my past student teachers to see where they are now and what their professional responses are to ten questions.

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Voices from Future Learners

KnowledgeStar

Good idea to take a moment and watch and listen to the video … feels like they sent a camera into a time machine and came back with this report. If you want to move forward you’ll pay attention to where education (aka learning) is headed. Future of education future of learning

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Teacher Voices: Kate Bartlett

Learning with e's

Photo courtesy of Kate Bartlett Teacher Voices: Kate Bartlett by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 This is a continuation of my series of interviews with former students who are now teachers.

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How to Record Voice Overs for eLearning (Part 1)

eLearning Brothers

There are several things you can do before, during, and after recording to make your voice overs for eLearning sound more professional in your courses. This is probably the most important aspect to having a professional sounding voice over. Mic placement is important for voice overs.

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Teacher Voices: Hannah Shelton

Learning with e's

Photos courtesy of Hannah Shelton Teacher Voices: Hannah Shelton by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 This is post number four in my ongoing series of interviews with former students.

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Captivate 8: Working with Text-to-Speech and Voices

eLearning Brothers

Recently a question came up in one of the help forums: “How do I install the Captivate 8 TTS voices?” A dialogue box appears (shown a few pictures down), allowing you to select a slide and add the text which the selected voice will speak, at least to the best of its ability.