Look, I admit it: Nancy Wolfson is an incredible voiceover coach.
That’s why I’ve invited her to return to conduct another Super Session at this year’s International Radio Creative & Production Summit.
But you’d think she’d give us radio folks just a little more respect….
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Dan, thanks for sharing these videos
Very cool! Although I highly recommend the use of a shotgun mic to get the audio a little more clearly next time!!
“You get use to the smell” Valuable tip.
Nothing worse than bad, dumb, stilted, smelly voice tracking!
I didn’t understand a single word. Great mic technique…!!! DAN
Our Problem is:
We in radio allowed people like her to come in and take over the very thing WE,should have kept total control of.
When I worked in Atlanta.
I tried out for the voice of TNT.
I found people there that had never been in radio and I found producers,directors, pulling down high 6 figures,that had never voiced one single thing in their life. Telling me how to do it.
I was told I sounded to much like radio.
So I took off the headphones and tried again in a delivery that sounded so weak and wimpy.
Yes, You guessed it,they liked it.
I ended up doing a few things for TNT in the 90’s. Always without headphones.