Making your audio script more conversational

It’s official. People like bullet points. At least that’s how I explain the popularity of my article Talk This Way: Tips to Recording Good Quality Audio Narration(Either that or something to do with the content.) Speaking of content, you may recall that one of the tips included on the list referred to the importance of writing a good, conversational script for your audio narration.

When coaching professors and subject matter experts in the delivery of their narrations or voiceovers, I always encourage them to work with a script. Most of the time, they come back with eloquent, passionate, error-free prose. Perfect for the New Yorker, but deadly for engaging online learners. I’m not calling for abandoning all traces of formality, but it seems to me that in the world of e-learning the tendency leans towards narration that comes across as ‘too stuffy’ rather than ‘too laid back‘.

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