Alex Mcomie

Articles by Alex Mcomie

Jan 11, 2021
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Dubbing: A Comprehensive Guide

Dubbing is defined as adding or replacing dialogue in a movie or video production. The dialogue is lip synced to on-screen characters and mixed with the origina...

Dec 17, 2020
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How to Write Killer Commercial Scripts

The average American consumer comes into contacts with thousands of ads every day,  making it more and more difficult for brands to stand out from the competiti...

Nov 22, 2020
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How to Improve Learning Retention Using Voiceover

Learners need educational content to build their knowledge and skills, but reading or hearing a piece of information one time may not be enough for them to reme...

Oct 29, 2020
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4 Ways Vocal Variety Adds Value to Your Brand

Marketers often look at voice overs as simply a method of relaying an existing message, but the reality is that voice over artists play a significant role in br...

Oct 5, 2020
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How Long Should a TV Commercial Be?

TV commercials are one of the most effective ways for companies to reach out to new viewers. They give brands the opportunity to showcase their unique voice and...

Sep 4, 2020
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Video Game Voice Overs: How to Hire Video Game Voice Actors?

Video game voice overs have only become popular in the recent history of voice acting, but they already make up a substantial portion of the market. Some estima...

Sep 2, 2020
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What Is Voice Over? What do Voice Actors do?

You might think of “voice over” as another term for “voice recording,” but the truth is that not all voice recordings are considered voice overs. Voice overs ca...

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