Full Voiceover Production:

Voiceovers are a production technique where a voice that is not part of the original narrative used in a radio, television, production, filmmaking, theatre or presentations is read from a script and may be spoken by someone who appears elsewhere in the production or by a specialist voice talent. The voiceover is narrating the action that is taking place at the same time and remains the most common technique in voiceovers. In cinema it is usually prerecorded and placed over the top of a film or video and commonly used in documentaires or news reports to explain information. Voiceovers are also used in video games and on-hold messages as well as for announcements and information at events and tourist destinations.

Types of Voiceovers:

  • Character Voiceover: Charactering techniques in voiceovers are used to give personalities and voice to fictional characters.
  • Creative Voiceover: In film, the filmmaker places the sound of a human voice (or voices) over images shown on the screen.
  • Educational and Descriptive Voiceover: non-fictional for television news or video clips of newsworthy events and live sports broadcasts.
  • Commercial Voiceover: The commercial use of voiceover in television has been popular since the beginning of radio broadcasting.
  • Translation Voiceover: Used for language translation.

Please contact DuneTunes to see if we can help produce voiceovers for your next project!