These days, there is more room for a much wider variety of styles than ever before in the history of the voiceover industry. With the emergence of the Internet and easy-to-use audio editing software, new markets are continually being created and expanded upon.
Commercials, animation, audiobooks, and documentaries have been joined by podcasts, industrial and educational training videos, videogames, a wide range of telephony, and many others. But perhaps even more integral to this visible increase in opportunity is the fallen preeminence of the male-dominated “Voice of God,” as it is referred to in the vernacular of the industry. Once the industry standard, the Voice of God has merely become one more voiceover style among so many others – others that are often much more effective.
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Source: Voices For All