Voice Over (VO) is a human vocal that is intentionally recorded for various uses which are usually used in the world of radio, television, film, and theater. Technically, a VO will be limited by the text that has been prepared and a VO has the opportunity to improvise (change) either adding or reducing the existing text, but still does not change the core of the text. One important thing that we must remember, VO is not an “announcer” in the radio world or a “news reader” that we can say to bring the event, read the news text directly (live) without having to go through the audio recording stage specifically. Lots of examples of VO that you can see. For example, when you watch television. The sound that appears when the topic image is displayed is VO. Yes, it is sometimes read directly by the “news reader”. Indeed, a VO has the task of helping to provide information when the image is displayed. This is also seen in “channels” which are specifically broadcast information (documentaries) such as National Geographic or Discovery Channel. Generally, we tend to feel comfortable above, for more information : https://www.voquent.com/english/childrens-education/
audio treats that appear accompanying pictures or videos. This is not separated because VO is done by professionals. Then, what if we want to learn and hone skills as VO? Come on, listen to the explanation below!
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