TV/Film Documentary & eLearning Narration Home Study Course
Class 1: Introduction, Samples, & Essential Skills
Class 2: Skills & Technique, Recording
Class 3: e-Learning Narration, Interviews with Narrators
Class 4: TV & Film Narration Documentary,
Class 5: Getting Jobs, Demos & Business
Audiobook Narration: The Tail That Wags The Dog Home Study Course
Lesson 1: You Are Enough, Narration Info and the Log Line.
Lesson 2: The Three Ways to Narrate.
Lesson 3: Modeling, Shape-Shifting, or Mirroring.
Lesson 4: Author’s Style, and Shift of Author’s Tone.
Lesson 5: 1st Person, Nonfiction, and Classical Literature.
eLearning Private Sessions
Pat sends you numerous eLearning scripts. You choose one to record and send back.
Pat reviews your work and sends guidance for your next recording of the script.
You then re-record the selection, send it back, and he guides you again.
You do this with 5 excerpts.
TV & Film Narration Private Sessions
Pat sends you several television and film narration scripts and accompanying music and effects.
You choose one and record the text.
Pat will mix your work so you can hear what it would sound like in the context of a documentary.
He’ll send this to you with guidance, and you will re-record.
You send this back and Pat will guide you again.
You do this on 5 scripts.
Audiobook Nonfiction Narration Private Sessions
Pat sends you a folder of over 40 Nonfiction Narration Excerpts. You select the excerpt you want, record and send him an mp3. Pat will personally listen to your efforts and give you guidance on your performance.
Then, you RECORD IT AGAIN & send it to Pat.
Again, Pat will listen and send you notes.
You will have this exchange with 5 scripts.