I am a British voiceover specialising in medical voiceover work. My voice is on videos and teaching systems produced for all the major pharmaceutical brands, and I know the language of medical communication.
Medical work is an interesting sub-discipline of the voice artist’s job – there is a huge range of drug names, a lot of medical Latin to pronounce, and the challenge of striking the right tone when the audience may be students, professors or people suffering from serious disease.
All this can be complicated by other uncontrollable factors – like the need to provide audio synced to an existing animation with a guide track recorded by someone else, for example. A combination of ADR experience and some careful work in ProTools and Final Cut Pro or Premiere generally enables us to sort these problems out seamlessly.