Using Dubbed Responses In Your Podcast
Dubbed over or prerecorded responses can also be used for comedic jokes or for poking fun at a celebrity, professional, or other person who asked spit on the show or volunteered to do a skit. It is nice to use humor in your podcast because getting your audience to laugh is a surefire way to make them want to return and view more about podcast out later date. When the jokes are both funny and smart or clever, you are listener will not associate you as being a funny and smart or clever person. However, you may want to be associated as a serious and intellectual person and so jokes may not be appropriate for your podcast. This is completely fine and you may choose to use other more serious clips to help break up the monotony of a regular podcast for your audience.
The tone of your podcast is also very important in relation to how your audience will enjoy your podcast. Aside from clearly and concisely pronouncing your words and phrases, the tone of your voice hides many effects on your listener. If you are going for a serious and intellectual podcast, you'll want your voice to be strong, academic, serious, and professional. However, you may want vary the tone of your voice in different situations so that your voice is not become monotonous or repetitive and thus become boring to your listener. If you're doing a podcast which is humorous, it may be helpful for your voice to vary in tone and pitch frequently, although not too frequently asked to become distracting to your listener. Try to add inflection in your voice is when you want something to stand out in the listeners mind and vary your tone to help add variety to your podcast.
If you have a very strong accent or are speaking a language which is not your primary language, be very careful to pronounce your words clearly and concisely any manner which will be understandable to listeners who speak this language as their primary language. For instance, if you are a Spanish-speaking person who is doing a podcast in English, pay close attention to your pronunciation of words that it will be understandable to a native English speaker.
You may want to consider varying the sound of your voice for your podcast. You can do this using various programs. Voice editing software is very common and a lot of podcasters use them in order to produce a particular kind of sound for their podcast. If you would like to learn more about voice editing programs, please take a look at Chapter 10 for more advanced voice editing software information that can be used to adjust the sound of your podcast.
Suggestible for, it can be extremely useful to have another person listen to your podcast in order to determine if you are clear, speaking at a good pace, using a good tone and speaking in such a manner that will be both entertaining or engaging and understandable to the listener. Often, having another person listen to your podcast before you make your final editor envisions is will help you to polish a very strong podcasts. They can provide you with insight and feedback on things that you might not have even realize were an issue.
While it's common to think that the actual recording, developing, and creating a podcast can be hard work, and never neglect to go back and edit and perfect your work. If you forget to go back and edit, it is extremely likely that it something less meat into your podcast which would not be acceptable to you or your audience. Take the time to sit down and edit your podcast if you want your podcast to be successful.
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