5 Tips To Make Your Audio Book Characters Stand Out – The GKN Weekly Update 8/12/14

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  1. Jeff says:

    I haven’t seen Dawn of Planet of the Apes, but Wreck-It Ralph, at least the first half of it is great! I like where they’re sitting around having the ‘I’m a Bad Guy’ meeting.

    C’mon folks! Leave some comments here! I don’t want to win all of these books every time. The last one Tom gave me was fun ‘Philosophy of 30 Rock’ and he is a great narrator.

  2. LisaMathew says:

    Excellent overview on writing audio book Characters. Thank you ! I’ll use some of your suggestions in my future audio character.
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  3. Hey Tom,
    You are certainly prolific in your audio book recording….wow, impressive!
    Though I’ve never recorded audio books, I do record children’s stories from time to time, and often will have a variety of characters to play with. You have some great tips here, even using accents (which I love to do too!) that help one as a VO actor really differentiate each character within a story. It certainly helps the listener visualize in their head who these people are, and the kinds of relationships they have. I admire your detailed work in this regard.

  4. Tom Dheere says:

    Thanks for the comment, Deb!

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