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Interpreting with Impact: A Workshop on Voice Acting Strategies for ASL Interpreters

Voice Acting Strategies for ASL Interpreters ~ This workshop will explore the use of voice-acting strategies to improve the clarity, impact, and engagement of ASL interpretations. ONE SEAT LEFT! Please RSVP for the next event. The link to the RSVP form is in the event description below

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Interpreting with Impact: A Workshop on Voice Acting Strategies for ASL Interpreters
Interpreting with Impact: A Workshop on Voice Acting Strategies for ASL Interpreters

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Sep 16, 2023, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Event link will be sent out before the even

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This event is at capacity, please feel free to join the waiting list for a potential second workshop: JOIN THE WAITING LIST 

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Voice Acting Strategies for ASL Interpreters

This workshop will explore the art of voice acting and how it can be used to use to improve the clarity, impact, and communication of ASL interpretations. 

Participants will learn about the different aspects of voice acting, including pitch, prosody, inflection, and affect. They will also learn how to use these techniques to create a more engaging and informative interpretation.

The workshop will be led by an experienced voice actor and ASL interpreter. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their skills and receive feedback from peers. 

This workshop is for ASL interpreters of all levels. No prior experience with voice acting is necessary.

Benefits of attending this workshop:

  • Learn how to use your voice to create a more clear, more impactful, and more engaging interpretation.
  • Improve your ability to understand and convey the emotional and physical energy of the speaker.
  • Learn how to adapt your voice for different settings and situations.
  • Improve your self-monitoring skills and identify areas for improvement.
  • Gain the confidence to use your voice to create a more immersive and engaging interpretation.

Who should attend this workshop:

  • ASL interpreters of all levels of experience
  • ASL students
  • Anyone interested in learning more about voice acting strategies for ASL interpreters

Sharon Cline 

Sharon Cline is a professional voice-over artist and narrator based in Atlanta. She’s recorded voiceovers for Harley-Davidson, DIRECTV, podcasts, authors, internal company videos, doctor’s offices, automated voice recordings, and cohosted the annual Best and  Brightest National Premier Awards Competition and Symposium. You can hear her on YouTube, in commercials, in educational videos, and wherever audiobooks are sold.

We hope to see you there!

RID/ACTE CEUs 0.30

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  • Online Voice Acting

    $65.00

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