Most of the time, I work alone in my studio, but sometimes there are a number of people listening in to the recording session: the copywriter, the audio engineer, the producer, the project
Does that sound nerve-wracking?
It’s understandable… no voice actor wants to sound like an idiot and butcher their words, or give a poor performance. But they hired you for a reason – they liked your demo or your audition.
And they’re listening in for a reason, too: they want the project to be a success. Plus, those extra ears can be helpful when you miss something in the script or mispronounce a word, or they want a different tone.
Finally, when you have a bunch of people listening to your session, you just might get the reward of hearing: “That sounded great!”