Emma is highly dependable – and almost obsessive about getting the job done right, as well as fast. For example, rather than just read a script as presented, she will check house styles (for example, how a telephone number should be read) or unusual words.
If there are copy ambiguities or errors, she will provide alternative takes during the first session to save any time rerecording later on. Emma will need a pronunciation guide for any tricky words, place names, acronyms etc. For more info about pronunciation, check out her pronunciation guide.
A background in performance
Emma has a strong background in performance having worked from the age of 16 for BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 2, BBC local radio, local independent radio as well as performing in plays, films, sit-coms and stand-up. Her performance work also includes reading poetry and acting in serious dramas. To hear more of Emma’s dramatic work, check out her Character reads and Tear-jerkers.
A versatile voice
Although it’s a hackneyed phrase, Emma’s voice is enormously versatile – she can handle almost any type of voicing style, from a straight delivery through to dialects, accents, impressions and Voxpop. She can move from style to style with ease and works with clients to find the right voicing style for their projects.
A reputation for perfection
Emma has a strong reputation with the media industry for doing her work right and delivering on time – so it’s no surprise to see that she’s voiced for some of the UK’s top brands.
Emma can provide voiced work via ISDN, MP3, WAV or any other standard audio format to your technical specification. Emma can usually turn work around very quickly and will confirm a delivery date and time once you’ve given her the green light to go ahead and record your project.
Emma’s professional studio set-up
ISDN: CDQ Prima 120
Desk: Spirit Soundcraft Notepad
Mixer: Focusrite Voicebox (Green)
Mic: Neumann U87
Emma’s studio is also iPDTL and Source Connect compatible