The key to successful voice overs for Presentations/Educational material is to connect with the audience. Sharing information in a dynamic sense is the way to secure their attention and make the audience want to absorb all of your engaging matierial. An energetic, dynamic, and relatable voice over can do this for you.
Whether you are sharing with a group of elementary school kids or a corporate panel, the key to a successful voice over presentation is engagement. The voice overs for presentations/educational material are your chance to captivate your audience, make them want to learn what you have to teach, and hold their attention. With a relatable voice over, you can make this happen, no matter what your material is or what age you are targeting.
The audience for educational presentations can range from young children to adults. That's a pretty big range, but by targeting your audience and narrowing down the age, you can add a successful voice over to your piece. Make sure the voice over will connect to your audience. For those young kids, for example, you may want a bubbly voice speaking slowly and with lots of positive feedback. On the other hand, for a group of professionals, you may want a more toned down voice that can share information in a credible sense.
No matter the audience, the voice characteristics for a presentation or education presentation voice over should be clear and easy to understand. Relatable words should be incorporated, and the voice should be engaging, relatable, and authoritative enough to project knowledge without being condescending.
Again, the key is to find an engaging voice over to connect with your audience. Depending on your subject, you can gear to the voice over to that as well as to the audience. For instance, if you are teaching about lab safety to high schoolers through an educational video, you would like your voice over to be young and engaging enough to be exciting, but clear, concise, and authoritative enough to be taken seriously. Most of the time the gender won't matter as much as the age range. You can also gear an accent or dialect to your voice over for presentations/educational to further connect with the target audience.
John Greene and his brother, Hank are two successful voices you'll often hear in educational videos. Their voices and personalities connect with children and teens to get their material across in successful ways. These two are role models for the way to voice a presentation or educational piece. Sure, sometimes they are seen in the video, but even when it's just the voice, the presentation works.
If you are looking to compliment your great presentation for work with a high-quality, professional voice over, you have come to the right place. We at BunnyStudio know that educational videos and work presentations can be boring if not produced the right way. The finishing touch of these videos is the voice over, the factor that can really make or break the video. A professional voice over can really engage the viewer, turning something yawn-worthy into an engaging video that teaches a lesson and leaves the viewers ready to take action. The reason a professional voice over for presentations and educational videos is so important is that it adds the human touch. Having the emotional connection with the viewer makes all of the difference in the world. At BunnyStudio, we have over 100,000 voice over artists from around the world that can help make your video great in more than 50 different languages. We can help your video engage your viewers by giving it the most important finishing touch.