Rise Against Robotic Voice-Overs

You’ve probably met someone before who over-enunciates. Many people do this in order to make themselves better understood, which makes sense when you consider how often we as people ask each other to repeat ourselves. Try talking with anybody for more than a few minutes without one of you saying “What? Sorry? Pardon?” at least once. But there comes a point where enunciation starts to seem unnatural and robotic. If you obsessively try to /prəˈnouns/ /ˈevrē/ /wərd/ /iɡˈzak(t)lē/ /kəˈrekt/, it sounds like you care more about the formality of your speech than what you’re actually talking about.

One might think that eLearning voice-overs would be the place to take your enunciation skills to the max, but that’s not quite true. Granted, you definitely want to speak up and do your best not to mumble, fumble, and stumble over your words, but it’s not necessary that you try to sound like Mr. Spock.

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