Flubs. Goofs. Breakdowns. They say even saints make 6 mistakes a day.

If you’re just starting out, you might not realize you don’t have to get through an entire script without making a mistake.

Don’t be embarrassed. It’s a common misconception.

With digital editing and some inexpensive software, mistakes are faster and easier than ever to correct.

It seems like a lifetime, but digital audio editing became main stream only about 15 years ago.

Before that, we recorded everything on audio tape on clunky reel to reel machines. When you made a mistake you marked it on the tape with a wax pencil, cut the mistake out with a razor blade, recorded the correction and then taped the whole thing back together.

Today you can remove mistakes from any audio file in a few seconds with the wave of a mouse.

But there are still some time-saving best practices for dealing with mistakes you should know about.

In this week’s Inside Voice Over Video Training blog I share 5 of my best practices for dealing with mistakes.

They’ll save you time and make you look good to your clients when you book work.

Watch this week’s short training video Here Now

After you view the video leave me a comment. I love getting to know you and learning how I can help.

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

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