Voice Over For e Learning | e Learning Voice Over


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One of my strong suits as a voice artist is voicing eLearning content for micro learning modules or even longer courses. I can do a good international English accent in American, British or my native English speaking South African accent. At the moment, there is a strong demand for soft American or British voices which I am able to do.

The other obvious financial benefit of dealing with me direct is that I am more flexible when it comes to pricing as I am not affiliated to any guilds. I do have representation abroad and if clients feel more comfortable dealing with my agents, then that is not a problem at all.
In terms of production, I use only the best hardware so quality will not be compromised.

If you have tight deadlines and require quick turnaround times for a lot of content, then I would partner with a sound studio to edit the scripts on the go to save time. Typically I can get through 4-5000 words daily in terms of volume without compromising quality and energy.

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Alistair worked with me on two television campaigns for Outsurance and some radio campaigns for Virgin Atlantic. He has a unique ability to quickly “get” the nuances of characters and the reads required whether they be commercial or character voices. This, coupled with an array of near perfect accents make him very versatile and able to give clients what they need and very quickly. Work with him!

Stephen Webster

The Work Room

Alistair is a highly talented, professional individual who is well trained in the art of voice overs. Whilst working on a project for MiX Telematics, he managed to hit the mark with very little voice coaching. Alistair’s ability to adapt his voice to the required tone and pace is remarkable. He is a pleasure to work with and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him.

Janine Fynn

MiX Telematics