Liz de Nesnera is our guest today on The Voice Over Junction. Her nickname as "The Queen of IVR" is well-deserved, and she gives us a true masterclass on all-things-telephony. If you're a voice actor who hasn't looked into the potential of this often overlooked genre of voice over, this podcast is for you!
*What is telephony?
*IVR and MOH
*Why telephony is a great base source of income
*Is telephony a good entry point for new voice actors?
*Why telephony is important
*How much voice acting you really do in telephony
*What makes telephony so different from other voice over genres (besides the whole "phone" thing)
*Music beds (a.k.a. background music): how to choose them, when not to use them
*The technical side of telephony: bit rate, EQ, file types, and more!
*Marketing for telephony
Liz de Nesnera's voice over website:
Convert My Files, Now! (IVR file conversion service)
Michael's recommended music bed subscription services:
TunePocket (royalty-free music and SFX only)
Envato Elements (stock video, photos, royalty-free music, and more)
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Episodes drop every other week.
The Voice Over Junction is produced by Evergreen Voice Over:
Host: Michael Sanchez