Taking the time to present the right voice when you are creating any kind of production such as a commercial, animation, audio book or even business proposal might change the way your audience feels about what you are presenting. The right male voice talent can create a completely different feel for your presentation and set the tone for success on the project. Finding this talent might take a bit of help if you want to get it right the first time and if you want to find just the right person for the job. They are after all representing your idea or story.
When you are looking for great male voice talent you should first know what you are really looking for. If it is a character that they will be portraying it is important that you know what you want that character to sound like. Auditioning several excellent options for your male voice will help you to narrow down the field a bit. In addition, you can have a professional service provide you with some prescreened voices to choose from, which will greatly reduce the time spent searching for the perfect talent.
The right male voice talent isn’t just a male voice that can clearly say the words you have put down on paper for them. They should be able to relay your story or concept clearly and get the audience interested enough in the story to relate to the characters or the topic. Keeping the audience focused on your presentation is paramount to getting them to see things the way you intended. This is true of a fictional animation or storyline, a business proposal or presentation or even a fundraising organization.
While it is important that they be able to clearly say the words you present you want your male voice talent to also be able to add a bit of character and charm to the words they are saying. If they are dry and lacking in any real tone or have a monotone feel about them, the words will have little meaning and zero staying power in the minds of those who are in the audience. The audience has to remember the voice that is speaking to them or there is going to be no point to setting out a presentation for them to listen to. Don’t put your voice low in importance for your production because it is a vital part of your presentation.