Breathing for broadcast

All the effort you put into writing and shooting a story may be wasted if your narration doesn’t measure up.  Voice coach Ann Utterback says how you sound can make viewers decide to click away or stay tuned for the rest.

The most important aspect of a broadcast voice is breathing, Utterback says, but it doesn’t get the attention it deserves. After all, everyone knows how to breathe, right? The trouble is, many people breathe all wrong when it comes to vocal delivery. Learn and practice proper breathing techniques and you’ll be on your way to improving your delivery:

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  1. […] your list of things to do to create effective audio recordings. But there’s an art to it, as Deborah Potter over at Advancing the Story points out. See voice coach Ann Utterback explain how to do it […]

  2. […] that I’m saying Maks needs work voicing but saw this and am passing it along. Not that I’m saying I want things voiced. I’d prefer not. But […]

  3. […] Breathing for broadcast, Advancing the  Story (via Music for Media ) The most important aspect of a broadcast voice is breathing, Utterback says, but it doesn’t get the attention it deserves. After all, everyone knows how to breathe, right? The trouble is, many people breathe all wrong when it comes to vocal delivery. Learn and practice proper breathing techniques and you’ll be on your way to improving your delivery: […]

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