Radio Broadcasting Glossary – V
Voiceovers – A production technique using a disembodied voice as broadcast live or pre-recorded in radio, television, film, theater or in a presentation; spoken by someone who also appears on-screen in other segments, voiceovers can also be commonly referred to as an off camera commentary.
Voice Track – A pre-recorded voice of a radio personality or DJ that is recorded and stored in a computer to be played at a specific time in a pre-programmed sequence such as at the beginning or end of a song.
Vocal/Voice exercises – Exercises that help prepare the breath to support the voice.
Voice and speech training – Classes for speech and voice improvement for professional and public speaking, foreign accent reduction, and communication etiquette.
VU Meter – A device which measures, in units, the strength of an audio signal