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Having a voice for radio [message #84738] Sat, 11 March 2017 02:59 Go to next message
cwemoy  is currently offline cwemoy
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Viscount
Do you think a career in radio requires a good voice and is so, how would you describe a good voice as? Perhaps 'unique' and 'catchy' more or less describe it but what else can boost a person seeking to get into radio?
Re: Having a voice for radio [message #84861 is a reply to message #84738 ] Fri, 31 March 2017 12:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kingfish  is currently offline Kingfish
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Grand Master
The ability to convey a visual image through audio only. Some peoples' voices just seem naturally inclined to be able to do this. That, and reading copy effectively. By effectively I mean reading it with a certain flair in your voice to compensate for not having any visuals to help explain something.
Re: Having a voice for radio [message #84862 is a reply to message #84738 ] Fri, 31 March 2017 12:48 Go to previous message
Csharp  is currently offline Csharp
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Baron
Not only do you need a good voice, but you need to be able to read vocally quite well I would imagine. What Kingfish said nails it pretty much, and some people were not given that gift it seems.
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