Becoming a female voice-over
I trained as a Voice Talent at the Ecole de la Voix in Chazay-d’Azergues in the Lyon area. During this training, which I mentioned in a previous article, I discovered the voice-over profession. In order to continue to progress and work, I equipped myself with my own home studio. I use it to train, but also to deliver to clients who do not have access to a studio.
Below you will find some samples of my voice. These excerpts have been recorded as examples only and I am not the original voice in these excerpts. They allow studio professionals and clients to hear my voice in particular contexts. For example, in advertising, e-learning or institutional projects.
I also have a lot of fun recording voices that are different from my natural voice, such as children’s voices or old ladies’ voices. These voices, although not – at first sight – destined for commercials or companies, are used in the creation of characters in the case of dubbing cartoons, for example.
I let you listen below and discover my different voices!
For practice purposes, I have my own home studio, which also allows me to work from home when necessary.
On the software side, I work with :