3 QUICK TIPS FOR YOUR MEDICAL TRAINING AUDIO PROJECT!
There is something special about doing voice over work for medical projects. It's highly specialized, very focused, and takes a certain caliber of voice actor to pull it off. Just making erythroblastosis-neonatorum sound natural, makes me need to sit down for a while. While finding the right voice actor to do medical training is important, it's even more important to keep organized and outline pre-work before you start recording. Being a top-notch project manager, or producer for medical training can relieve a lot of stress and reduce your timelines!
I went back through some files/sessions and started to estimate the number of projects or hours of medical training voice work I have done. After counting up over 300 hours and 400 projects, I stopped and just accepted I've done this a few times. What was interesting was finding those projects that reminded me of how challenging medical narration can be, but also how rewarding. The difference between having a great session versus a difficult one was the producer. If you're at the helm of the project, your work can make or break getting the best from your voice talent. Here's a few tips to help move you along:
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