An instructor's voice teaches your audience about something specific. You can use an instructor voice when creating a voice-over for a step-by-step guide. Instructor voices need to be intelligent and elaborate to ensure that the audience understands what they're required to do. The topic you're addressing should determine the kind of instructor's voice you seek out. If you're handling a technical subject, you need someone who has a deep understanding of that field.
Most instructors break down highly technical content into bite-size chunks. Others provide answers to commonly asked questions. The number of topics instructors can address is endless. Their services come in handy because now people don't have to read entire books to understand different procedures.
The right audience for an instructor's voice is one that's actively looking for answers. Instructor voice-overs help you establish your brand as a reliable source of information. For better understanding, adapt a conversational approach so that the instructions seamlessly flow from one to the next. The voice actor has to understand the topic in detail before you start recording.
An instructor's voice should be informative, technical, elaborate, audible, and easy to understand. The voice actor should use simple words to break complicated terminologies. The voice actor should also speak at a pace that allows people to take down notes because most people who listen to instructive voice-overs usually need immediate solutions.