Reading standing up vs. sitting down

Posted on June 14, 2011 by


The sound of a person’s voice can tell a person many things, simply because of what they are physically doing at the time they read copy. To give you some examples, Voice123 has listened to over 250,000 auditions, and we can hear when a person reads:

1. With clinched facial muscles
2. With the arm extended holding copy
3. Sitting down or standing up

Voice over copy can vary, and body movement or positioning, may be required for certain types of reads. Obviously, reading copy is done to book voice over work! So…

Do you prefer reading copy, while standing up or sitting?

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