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Voice over for online learning

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So you think your online course might need a voice over?

It’s a smart option.

 

Whether for a product tutorial, an online course, or even a corporate training Storyline course, a suitable voice over can be a game changer.

 

A course narrator, or professional eLearning voice over, is great for

  • Step-by-step instructions.
  • Giving learners another layer of engagement, by creating stronger emotional connections.
  • Making your training more accessible to all.
  • Adding nuance and emphasis to your training using voice stress and tone – it’s not just about WHAT is said, it’s also important HOW.

 

With the right voice, an eLearning course can become more engaging, understandable, and effective.

It can bridge the gap between the instructor and the learner.

What’s more: it makes the learning experience more personal and relatable.

Voice overs can also help to create an emotional connection with your audience.

Using the right tone and inflection, you can evoke specific emotions that will resonate with your audience and help build a more substantial engagement.

 

Human or AI voice over?

Often the perfect voice for an eLearning course is a human one.

Our talent roster includes both English and Spanish speakers (don’t forget that Spanish is the second most-spoken language in the US).

Some clients find an unexpected benefit from an AI voice. Using AI narration means that your eLearning project is more consistent if you need to add to it.

Imagine if your human voice over artist is no longer available.

The quality of AI voice over is improving all the time, so it can prove to be the perfect choice for your course.

Ready to choose voice over for your online Learning?

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