Scripts and voice overs

Subject: Scripts and voice overs
From: Harold Snyder <ENSNYDER -at- ECUVM1 -dot- BITNET>
Date: Tue, 23 May 1995 10:47:40 EDT

Shelley,

Since I just read Mike Cooper's post (Tue, 23 May 1995 16:16:17 +0200),
as well as Vincent Reh's (Mon, 22 May 1995 16:19:00 EDT), let me add a
few words.

If budget constraints (not much $$ left for the project), your ears are
probably as good as everyone else's ears. Listen to people in your company
talk. If you think you hear someone with a "good" voice, tape record them
(either audio or video) and play it back--that's what your audience will
hear.

Good luck.

Best wishes,

Hal

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