The best, the flexible and a reliable voice that will suit any voicing Requirement in Marathi Hindi Sanskrit and Urdu.
When a child is born the first thing he does is to cry. This is how he establishes his connection with this world by his voice. We take our first breath and exhale it through our voice. .. and its automatic and natural. Thus we have the ability of using our voice to convey our message since birth. As we grow up.. we learn many types and forms of voices.. A child in fact listens to all the elders around him and starts learning language step by step. First words.. then sentences, and so on. Thus we develop the spoken language through a process of communication.…. And voice is the basis of this development. Voice is a gift of nature just like our other sensory abilities. On the whole it is an integral part of our individuality. Thin voice, heavy voice, hoarse voice, open voice, sharp voice, base voice and…. there are many more such categories. In children, all voices sound sweet. What happens to them in the course of time? Do we do justice to everything that we have got as a gift from nature? Change in the voice as per age is a natural phenomenon. Every person having a different voice is also a wonder of nature. Ofcourse human anatomy also has its role in shaping the voice. Voice defines a personality. Many professionals do know how to use their voices effectively. If not, then they learn by training. But many a times, in this sophistication process, people tend to bring in artificial tone in their voice. Generally people are unaware of the strength of their natural voice. I feel it is not the voice but it is the tone of our voice that matters. So the first step towards being aware of our voice is to listen to our own voice and to know how we use it. Isn’t that a wonderful learning??
Human anatomy, Physiology, Phonetics, Phonolgy,, Musicology, Psychology and sociology contribute to the study of Voice as the factors affecting our voice are related to these. We have options to work on our anatomical structural problems by way of surgery or rigorous exercises. Phonetics, Phonology and Musicology too have tremendous options for us to train our voice. So the only factors on which we do not have a complete control are psychology and sociology. Social conditioning is a very important factor in the voice development. In my childhood, when we were staying at Officer’s quarters, I found all our neighbours too formal. I found that they are very careful about their behavioural patterns. The way they talk and usage of language. Whereas some of my friends who were from a chawl system were quite free in their talks. We find this difference bertween a person staying in Urban area and a person staying in rural area. The child rearing patterns and psychological health of the family directly affects our voice. If there is unfriendly atmosphere in the family or if there are lot of problems within the family members, it affects the child’s personality development. It takes years to compensate this loss. There is a tremendous impact of all this on our voice. Particularly people who have gone through such conditions have some weak factors in their voice delivery. It is the lack of exposure, the fear, the frustration, the depression, behavioural complexes which reflect in our voice. We do have options like Councelling to overcome these weaknesses. Councelling also shows a direction. It helps to a certain level after which we have to fight our own battle with a strog determination and self motivation. Otherwise the personality will reflect in the voice and we will not be able to maintain the distance etween personal life and professional performance. I have seen many untrained artists who might have lack of technical or theoretical knowledge of the profession. But it does not become a major hurdle in their delivery. It is the openness, confidence and flexibility in their personality due to which they give 100% full throttle performance. No inhibitions… No Consciousness.. Its a pure, crystal clear performance. rather a sheer holistic performance
Once I had requested a well-known broadcaster to be part of our Katha Kathan performance. But he refused it by saying that he is not comfortable with stage performance. I really got surprised as it was not an anchoring job. Therefore he was not even expected to say anything on his own. He was just supposed to read a story in a dramatic manner. Similarly once I was browsing through a CD shop and came across CD of a well-known Marathi stage performer. I just bought the CD without any hesitation about how it will be and whether I should really buy it or not etc. I went home and played it with excitement. But!!! It was a complete frustrating experience when I found that she is not even 50% of what she is as a stage performer. What holds her back? Then I realized that some of the stage performers get ultra-energy just by looking at the audience. It results in a fantabulous and energetic performance. These people are so much used to getting live response that they really do not enjoy the closed door performance in a studio. Stage performance and and studio recording both are equally challenging if we think of their difficulty level. But I always felt that studio recording is comfortable. It allows to take retakes, improve and perform better. Here you can listen to your recorded voice and make necessary changes. Besides you also have professionals around you to help. But a stage performer never gets a second chance. Stage performance is a matter of confidence, understanding of the audience and complete hold on the subject. Ofcourse we are fortunate if we get a good sound system support too. But in studio sound itself plays a crucial role and understanding of microphones and studio techniques is of more importance. In the field of voice over, there are many artists who have started their career with anchoring, later story or poetry rendition and thus they get to be known locally. Slowly they get into various forms of voice over. Very few stage performers creatively begin the ideataion of new programs on their own… and they really rock on for years. These artists seldom enjoy studio recording. They go beyond voicing and are ready to perform many roles right from writer to a performer. Switching from studio to stage is more critical than switching from stage to studio. May be for a passionate performer both are equally good playgrounds to perform.
What do we normally expect when we assign our project to the team? A revert back response immediately. A strong wish and accommodation to adjust your time table without disturbing any of the client’s schedule. 100% dedication 200% commitment. A passion to strive. I found all this in Madhavi Ganpule, my Marathi Vo artist who is one among the best artistes, human I have come across. Kreativ Solution wishes you a successful journey. - ShubhMangala , Director KreativSolutions, Bangalore
Ms. Madhavi Ganpule is associated with our organization a a freelance Voiceove Artist and Sound Coordinator. We appreciate her dedication and time bound approach towards the assigned deliverables. Needless to say that she is very hardworking, sincere and a result oriented person. We wish her success I all her future endeavors Pramod Gaonkar- BirlaShloka Edutech Ltd.