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AUTOMATED DIALOGE REPLACEMENT VOICEOVERS


Examples of voiceover work include:

  • Animated
  • Narration
  • Off-Stage / Off-Screen
  • Non-visible characters
  • Feature Films
  • Dubbed / Overdubbed Foreign Language Films
  • Anime
  • Television Shows
  • Video Games
  • Cartoons
  • Documentaries
  • Commercials
  • Audiobooks
  • Radio Dramas
  • Comedies
  • Amusement Rides
  • Theatre Productions
  • Puppet Shows
  • Audio Games
  • Pre-recorded automated announcements
  • Songs and Music snippets
  • Singing and jingles

Automated dialogue replacement
Voice artists are also used to record the individual sample fragments played back by a computer in an automated announcement. At its simplest, each recording consists of a short phrase which is played back when necessary, such as the “mind the gap” announcement introduced on the London Underground in 1969, which is currently voiced by Emma Clarke.

In a more complicated system, such as a speaking clock, the announcement is re-assembled from fragments such as “minutes past,” “eighteen,” and “p.m.” For example, the word “twelve” can be used for both “Twelve O’Clock” and “Six Twelve.”

Automated announcements can also include on-hold messages on phone systems and location-specific announcements in tourist attractions.