- Like real conversations, well-written dialogue has unexpected twists and each character has a unique personality and point of view.
- A dialogue-based script allows you convey more information and set up jokes more economically.
- Smith and Jones, Pete and Dud, and Morcombe and Wise have shown us the comedy potential for simple dialogue, but not everyone can write it.
- People don't talk about products, they talk about things that affect their lives.
- Establish the number of characters early on by using agreement sounds. This gives context to the listener and makes the scene sound more natural.
- The actors should have distinctive voices to avoid any confusion.
- During the recording, vary microphone position and level of projection.
- It is important to record multiple executions so listeners don't get tired of hearing the same conversation over and over again.