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Script Genres > English Adult > Commercial > Kids

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    Bible Adventure Club

    Script:

    Do yo remember Noah...with his Arch, full of animals?
    Of course you do, because they're some of the greatest stories of all time.

    ...Introducing, The Bible Adventure Club: a collection of Bible stories that come to life, in the newest, most exciting multi-media package ever offered.

    Each story takes your child on an unforgettable journey, and the read-along CD's help build reading skills.

    These completely interactive CD-Rom's are filled with computer games, puzzles and other fun filled features for kids, so that they get caught up in the stories again and again.

    The Activity Adventure Book that accompanies each story delivers countless hours of creative fun. Your kids will use their imagination, to make and bake and build and draw things that you've never even thought of.

    The whole family will love The Bible Adventure Club...and you'll love what it does for your kids.

    Act now and you'll also receive the helpful Parent's Guide, filled with great ideas and tips.

    48 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear LivingColor's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-135751/script-recording-99647.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Recording quality was very good. I enjoyed your energy, enthusiasm and sincerity, without going over the top. You certainly convinced me to join the Bible Adventure Club. Nice job!

    Peer Feedback:

    This is lovely! I loved your enthusiasm and the smile that played through -- nice choice of tone and use of pitch range. My favorite moment was the "make and bake and build and draw" sentence. I think you could highlight the first mention of the Bible Adventure Club a little more -- put it on a pedestal, so-to-speak -- but that's my only real note. I think the calm, gentle approach you chose works well for this particular product. Nicely done!

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    Crayola Color Wonder Markers

    Script:

    Crayola Color Wonder Markers color only on special paper. So your kids can express their creativity more often...in more places...with less mess. Crayola Color Wonder. It starts with Crayola.

    58 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Amy DuboseVoice.com's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-117688/script-recording-97579.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Amy, I think you picked a great script for your voice! I can picture you as a mom or as a teacher - someone who works with and cares about kids I like your interpretation, it's open, happy and easygoing. However, I do think you can pick up the pace. Specifically, listen for the pauses you put in the script that aren't marked with any punctuation. Try voicing it without those pauses, while still honoring the commas, ellipses, and periods. I think you'll find it gives your read a smoother and more energetic feel. Overall though it was really Great work!

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi! You have a great voice but I'd love to see you pick up the pace a bit so it sounds more organic.

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    Crayola Markers

    Script:

    Crayola Color Wonder Markers color only on special paper. So your kids can express their creativity more often...in more places...with less mess. Crayola Color Wonder. It starts with Crayola.

    79 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Chad Lawson's recording

    This is my first run. Not only am I new, but I have a new setup as well. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Volume is pretty low. You dropped your energy on the vendor (it's pretty common) so make sure you don't. It's good to contrast it, but you want to keep it energetic and lively. Get more of that stay at home dad vibe in there.

    I think it's a good first run, with room to improve.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks. I will keep that in mind.

    Peer Feedback:

    I have to agree. Sounds a little muffled and the drop on Crayola Color Wonder was pretty noticeable. Recording quality otherwise, sounded good; couldn't really hear any background noise or anything.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks. I will have to check and see why it sounds distant. I am about 5 inches away from the mic.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey, that's a DAG GONE LOT better than my first post ever was! Ok first the sound level is a little low, that's fixable I'll tell you how. Your read had some flaws on the inflection or where you were leading the listener, but it was fairly natural sounding and with the appropriate tone.

    I'm with Bean420, a good first try, in fact, I'd say better than most (first timers) with room to improve and a good bunch of folks here to help.

    Peer Feedback:

    XD Thanks. I know I need.a lot of work. That's why I'm putting in the time. Lol. Ya don't know what ya don't know. And I'm open to learn and willing to correct mistakes. Thanks.

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    Crayola

    Script:

    Crayola Color Wonder Markers color only on special paper. So you kids can express their creativity more often...in more places...with less mess. Crayola Color Wonder. It starts with Crayola

    59 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear voce's recording

    Hello Peers! I'm an edge student and first time poster on this forum. Would appreciate your help. I just moved into a new ground floor duplex apartment and am currently in the Trial and Error stage of treating my vocal booth. I've treated a small utilIty closet, where my mic sits inside of, with Auralex 2" Studiofoam Wedgies and blankets. I recorded and uploaded a "dry" raw sample of a commercial spot "Crayola" and would love feedback only on the recording quality and "Room Tone" of the booth (Approx. 10 seconds of just "Room Tone" after commercial read). Everything is unplugged in my apartment including the fridge. I think the extra noise is coming from my neighbours AC unit above me. Thank-You in advance! Angie Montreal, QC, Canada P.S. EQUIPMENT USED Computer: Macbook Pro Mic: MXL 990 DAW: Twisted Wave Audio Interface: Apogee Duet FireWire

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/Home Studio Sound Sample- Crayola.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    The noise was noticeable even with the rushed read. Somewhere around 0:06-0:07 it sounded like a fan kicked in. The noise level is a bit dangerous even with noise removal because you might clip off some of your bass if you just do a straight cut. 990 is a fairly sensitive mic so with your setting, keep the mic on -10db and adjust the mic level in your system as well to reduce the picked up noise. If that still can't hold it down, you might have to cover your closet with blankets or something.

    Good luck!

    Peer Feedback:

    You have a great voice, reminds me of those classic toy commercials I listened to as a kid. Well done.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank-you for the feedback and compliment!

    Peer Feedback:

    Like the voice and perkiness. I thought the product name was run together some.
    Seems like that needs to be spread out a bit. There seemed to be kind of a low rumble in the noise on the end of the track. Sometimes this can come through vibration mechanically into the mic. You could turn the mic up with phones on and experiment with isolating it to see if it is a vibration issue. Sometimes low filters built into mics can take away too much. You could try the built in low end filter if there is one and also maybe try some post recording roll off of low end.

    Peer Feedback:

    The voice and tempo are awesome. Good job. Need a little sound-proofing around you, but other than that, fantastic.

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    Discovery KIds

    Script:

    What's as strong as an elephant? Stinks like a skunk? and can see in the dark? Find out next on Discovery Kids!

    73 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear AAsterita's recording

    I've been out of the loop for a bit and trying to get back on the horse! First time recording in months, and still figuring it all out. I would love feedback on both my performance & the recording quality. Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Asterita,

    You have a pleasant sounding voice that is definitely well-suited for this piece. I could hear hints of a smile in the piece but I definitely think you can add even more of a smile! Really define who you are talking to in the piece and imagine trying to get them as excited about this animal as you are! In the piece, you're asking a bunch of questions that leaves the listener in suspense, really play off of that and get the listener to really want to know what this animal is!

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    Discovery Kids

    Script:

    What's as strong as an elephant? Stinks like a skunk? and can see in the dark? Find out next on Discovery Kids!

    82 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear gheilweil66's recording

    I did two takes. Couldn't decide whether the more promo-y voice or the more easygoing, friendly voice sounded better. I wanted to really put some character into each description and wanted my delivery to really try to keep those eyeballs on the screen. Does either voice seem to lend itself better to the script for any reasons? Should I emphasize, de-emphasize or deliver certain words differently? Thank You in Advance, Graham (PS home studio class this week. Hopefully I'll have a real good mic and studio set up soon!)

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-113914/script-recording-90038.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Graham - Fun - I personally preferred the second take for kids. I think both takes are interesting and keep the "eyes on the screen" so to speak, however, there was a quality to the 1st one that didn't seem to go with the anticipatory nature of the questions, it was almost menacing. As for emphasis, I think the pacing and word emphasis are good, I might throw more anticipation/build into the questions leading to the "Find out..".

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    Discovery Kids

    Script:

    What's as strong as an elephant? Stinks like a skunk? and can see in the dark? Find out next on Discovery Kids!

    33 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear JonWessel's recording

    Does my voice fit this type of read?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Jon,

    Print this out and grab a pencil.

    There are 3 questions here. Your inflections are focused on the animals for the first 2 and you are hitting THOSE words. Try this:

    Underline "What's" and "Stinks". Those are the words you need to hit, here's why:

    You are asking "WHAT's as strong ..." think of the sheer magnitude of this animal when breaking down this part of the script. They are large and in charge! "STINKS .... Like a skunk" ... these are kids in your audience. They will react to the actual smell of the animal even though it isn't present, because they have probably smelled one and found it "stinky" and for the last one .... "Annnnd, Caaan sees in the dark!" engage the listener, again kids are dramatic, use that to your advantage! You need to connect, and approach the read that way.

    For practice, read to your younger siblings, or someone younger than you to gauge their reaction to your reads.

    Good luck!

    Daniel

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Shane Watkins's recording

    Trying to grab the kids attention with excitement. I'm Thinking between the ages of 8 to 10 year old kids and I'm that enthusiastic leader out on a camping expedition.

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    Peer Feedback:

    This would most probably be used with music, Personally, I'd like to see you take the growl out of the vowels on this one. I got the enthusiasm, but I think I'd sell the whimsical part like you did, but not growl on those vowel sounds. My 2 cents...Nodo420

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for you 2 cents! It is most appreciated! Good point taken.

    Peer Feedback:

    Love the energy and think you delivered the expedition leader convincingly. I can imagine hearing this on Discovery Kids and my kids watch this type of program all the time!

    Peer Feedback:

    What's going on the the "s" sounds here? A couple of them came across almost lispy. I reached for the headphones to listen and it's just that they're rather sibilant. I checked your waveform and you're normalized below -3db, so it's not over modulation in the final edit....did you over drive your mic in the recording phase? If you passed 0db, you more than likely clipped a bit.

    Energy was good and did bring to mind the promos I hear whenever I pass the discovery channel.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the the comments everyone! They are very much appreciated. @ Tom. It's the AKG 414. They are known to be bright, brittle and sometimes just down right harsh. I run with Waves plug-ins, but didn't do any processing. I probably will start becoming a little more detailed with my recordings now that I'm feeling a bit more comfortable with my deliveries. So if you do hear anything strange with my next recordings,please chime in. Thanks again!

    Peer Feedback:

    Well, heck...I got a 414 recently and haven't posted anything yet because I've been building a booth. I will watch for sibilance on my recordings.

    Peer Feedback:

    HA HA HA! Like it a lot Shane...so did my 9 year old grandson who was in the room. Good job..thanks for sharing.
    Mary Ann

    Peer Feedback:

    I refuse to believe that you, Mary Ann, are a grandparent. Refuse.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Shane!

    I thought this was great! I actually like the growl, it reminds me of an older brother cool dude character that kids would wanna go on an awesome adventure with! Keep it up!

    Monica

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you Marianna and Monica! :)

    Peer Feedback:

    I love the energy. I agree with the top comment- I'd like to hear it with less growl.

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    Educational Book Series Promo--Scholastic Discover More

    Script:

    Ever wonder what the inside of a submarine looks like?
    Or where a tree frog sleeps?
    Did you know the mars Rover is lined in gold
    And a whale shark can be 40 ft long

    Introducing Scholastic Discover More
    An eye-popping, innovative new book series that brings you up close and personal
    with everything under the sun… and beyond the stars

    From sharks to spaceships
    From tadpoles to tractors,
    Scholastic Discover More is an encyclopedia on overdrive
    With something for every explorer
    Presented in a way you have never seen before

    Every book comes with its own Interactive Companion Digital Book.
    Just enter your unique code on the website to access cool videos, audio clips and
    visually stunning graphics…all so you can discover even more.

    Let Scholastic Discover More be your guide to exploring your world and the universe

    When you need to KNOW more…

    DISCOVER MORE.

    What’s YOUR passion?

    34 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Tonia's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Tonia - great read!
    The variance in your voice through the lists made it easy to follow along and created just the right amount of intrigue.
    There was a bit of choppiness in the long sentence that followed the first product mention.
    An eye-popping, innovative new book series that brings you up close and personal
    with everything under the sun…
    I think the sentence would flow better if there was no pause after "innovative".
    Good pace through out. Clear articulation.
    All together - very nice.

    ~Melanie

    Peer Feedback:

    You might want to consider changing the emphasis on the line "Let Scholastic Discover More be your guide to exploring your world and the universe" - that's based on this video from Nancy Wolfson (who definitely knows what she's talking about) where she says to "leave the pronouns alone:"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzN0o-xFoio

    Peer Feedback:

    Sundance, good observation.

    Tonia, there are a few other things here to that Nancy would correct, such as having an "active hush" on the first paragraph, hitting different words to help the story make sense. The product just kind of got melted into the whole script without being identified and highlighted. Remember who the Client is, you definitely want to hit the words fo the ppl writing you a cheque! Nancy is my coach.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you, everyone, for the helpful critiques! I have a list of VO "rules" I'm compiling to look at when I break down copy, and now I can add more. I've purchased some of Nancy's coaching mp3s and find them interesting and really "get them" in theory, although when I try to apply some of the techniques I sound "robotic". I'm sure (fingers crossed) that will change as I begin to master some of the more basic techniques.

    Again, thanks so much! It's a big help.

    Peer Feedback:

    If you bought as couple of the "acting for advertising series" you really need to spend the 600 for the whole series. Buying them individually might not work for you since they all relate to each other ... that's the catch. I bought the library since it seemed a better deal, and since her coaching refers to the techniques based on her materials in those audio and video files.

    Peer Feedback:

    I think the library of them looked like a good deal. I just watched all her freebies and bought one of the others. Good stuff, for sure, but between a solid focus on narration and needing to learn the basics, I decided to wait on anything further. It's fairly slow going for me with young kids and my husband's work is almost 100% travel.

    Peer Feedback:

    The pacing is appropriate for an audio book. Nice and slow. Not good for promo. Commercials have to move along faster. I heard the excitement on "sharks" but did not get a sense of wonderment on much of the other points.

    Sounds a little "read-ie" and forced. It can be made more personal like you have enjoyed the book series yourself and are telling somebody you know about it.

    Voice over is subliminal mostly. Your attitudes come through whether you want them to or not. Get your head inside the book series and discover the awesomeness of it. That is the thought that your listeners will take back with them.

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    Audition Recording:

    Click to hear LockeClone's recording

    I have a bit of an in with a guy at Mattel, so he said to record a demo of the type of thing he does. Is this good to send along? Keep in mind that kids commercials like these are a bit over the top... Also, thank you!

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-85475/script-recording-80890.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Andy,

    You have a good voice for commercial read. It does sound like your are reading sentence to sentence, a bit choppy? If you read laterally which means ahead, you'll be less choppy. There is no need to shout the read , you can punch up certain words . All these pointers are in the Technique Guide book at Edge education.

    Peer Feedback:

    Nice energy. I imagine you'll be competing with some sfx and music and I thought the level appropriate. I liked it. I found the first commercial choppy in a couple of spots. If I were directing, I'd have you play around with tone and speed within the ads to get a touch more dramatic variation from line to line, if that makes sense. Also, you said "set includes 9-minifigures" instead of "sets include 9 mini-figures" a fact my 7-year-old son would very much like to be accurate as nothing is more important than lots of mini-figures. ;)

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks guys! Good notes.

    Peer Feedback:

    Over the top does mean energy but not necessarily shouting. There's a caution in acting that, if you start too high, you don't have anywhere to go. So you also have to modulate the energy - find the ups and downs of the energy roller coaster. Then there's the build - start low but intense and get louder and more intense. But if it's all the same level, it's just not that interesting.

    Yes, both reads are choppy, the second more so than the first. Some of that has to do with taking breaths in the middle of the sentences. The breaths would probably be edited out in the final production anyway, but you can help with the general flow by taking a big deep breath at the beginnings of those sentences and completing the thought without strictly observing the punctuation and gulping air in the middle of the sentences. The first Hot Wheels sentence is rather long, but it is possible to get through it in one breath. The third sentence, you definitely can. Two breaths in the forth sentence really chop it up. And don't break up the tag with a breath in the middle of the last sentence.

    Getting that "growly" thing going was fine and you did it without sacrificing the word. Over-doing it would have been unintelligible.

    Peer Feedback:

    James said: "There's a caution in acting that, if you start too high, you don't have anywhere to go."

    Love this advice. Very helpful, James.

    Peer Feedback:

    You defininitely have the voice for selling toys. Very exciting!

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    Hooked On Phonics

    Script:

    Start you child reading in four weeks with Hooked on Phonics. Use Hooked on Phonics about 20 minutes a day, a few times a week, and your child could be reading a bedtime story to you! This unique 3-step system puts phonics instruction together with 50 great books and fun interactive games to give your child a head start in reading. Try Hooked on Phonics today and see why parents rated it the #1 trusted name in teaching kids to read.

    29 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Mazzi827's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-78701/script-recording-64458.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Mazzi,
    Nice sound, but there were a few unnatural pauses (ex. three step system...)
    Also, it felt a little rushed to me. I like the energy but you would be better served with a slightly slower pace. Be careful to not add pluralisms to words like"instructions'
    Keep going!!!!!
    Jeff

    Peer Feedback:

    You're rushing a little, and there's a reading quality to it, but what a great voice you have for it. There's a sense of story, too, and a nice flow without the dreaded choppy disease so many of us get afflicted with while we're working on technique. The trick is up the acting and get it more conversational.

    I would:
    - try to up the energy with more smile and some body language (if you're not already standing during your read, maybe try that, too)
    - Imagine who you're talking to, who you are, where you're talking...This would be a good "best friend" one, or maybe you've just met a very young new mom and you're like a mentor to her--knowledgeable but you still treat her like an equal.
    - Try writing in some lead-ins to up the conversational quality of the read, and imagine the other person's responses and facial expressions as you're performing. This can help you get a more genuine tone to what's supposed to be quite a bit of excitement for this product.
    ex.
    Young mom: I don't know. This phonics thing sounds hard. And like it's going to be a lot of work."
    You as the best mom mentor ever: "No, seriously! It's super easy. And, oh my God, it's sooo exciting to see your kid suddenly put it all together and actually READ. Use Hooked on Phonics about 20 minutes a day, blah blah blah"
    You can write as many of these in as you need and then edit them out, piece it together, and see what you like. It's a great way to get a feel for how you can change your tone and intentions throughout even short scripts. When you do that, there's motion to the piece, and the changes can re-engage the listener and draw them in.

    It can be weird because it's not like you'd ever say these sentences in a normal conversation, but you can still make it natural-ish.

    Hope this helps!

    Tonia

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you so much Jeff and Tonia! I really appreciate your helpful feedback, As you can tell, I'm just starting out. I'll play back recordings to others who aren't in the VO industry and it sounds great to them. However, i really needed feedback from those with experience. I don't know what I don't know! Thank you for all your advice. It's extremely helpful!

    Peer Feedback:

    Great. And it sounds great to those not in the biz because you clearly have talent. I don't know what your learning curve will look like, of course, but my guess is that you put your time in and you're going to seriously rock this.

    It helps to critique a lot, too, because you'll develop your ear and ability to self-direct all the faster. Welcome to the forum.

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    Lego's

    Script:

    My child has quite an imagination. His teachers say that some day he’ll be doing great things. Right now, he’s already an architect, a designer, an engineer ... I think he’s a creative genius ... and thanks to Legos, the creative building toy, there’s just no limit to what he can do. LEGOS ... the creative diversion that helps develop a child’s potential.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear gheilweil66's recording

    New Home Studio with a cpu that is too loud for my taste and no soundproofing done yet. How badly do I need it? Does the audio sound good? Do any particular noises need to be edited down/delivered better? (Clicks, pops, etc) I wanted to maintain a playful enthusiasm and pride without seeming like an overt braggart. Should I add variety in tone, tempo,pitch or volume at any points that really stand out? As always thanks in advance! Graham

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-113914/script-recording-90331.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Does the audio sound good? Well, that would depend on if you find p-plosives acceptable, if you find echo in a live space acceptable or if you find a computer's fan noise in the background acceptable.

    In short: the space needs some attention. The walls are bringing too much to the mic in the form of echo...creating an overly "live" sound. Some treatment is needed in the way of foam or curtains or blankets around your recording space to take the room out of the equation.

    The computer fan is never good, never acceptable. I have my computer in a completely different room due to the noise my LAST computer made. I use a long XLR cable to get to my computer and interface from the booth I had to build to deal with ambient sounds and room inter-play with my sound.

    Plosives can happen on "t" sounds, "p" sounds and "b" sounds most often. A pop screen is an absolute necessity for ANY VO.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Graham

    You've got a lovely voice! I'm also working on my recording space etc. I'm also hearing some plosives and agree that the space could benefit from some sound treatment. I think I heard the fan when I turned the volume up higher. (I've abandoned my computer for recording purposes for that reason - too noisy. I'm recording onto an iPad to avoid the problem at the moment.)

    Miranda

    Peer Feedback:

    I'm of the Nancy Wolfson school of - unless it is specifically called for in the script, don't laugh or chuckle. You can get that prideful dad thing going without it. The rush of air also pops the mic. It also can sound superior and/or condescending, whether that's your intention or not.

    Yeah, I'm with TxTom here. Lots of plosive popping, room echo and computer fan noise. Also sounds like a raw, unprocessed recording. (Neither a good nor bad thing. Just an observation.)

    However, breaking down the copy and bringing something to it, that (say it with me) "conversational" touch, is key. Sound quality issues will come along as your ear becomes more critical of your recording environment.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback everyone. You can tell by my description I wasn't thrilled with the audio quality, fan noise or lack of soundproofing. Glad to see there's a consensus. I hope to get a booth done (DIY with a contractor friend) within another week or two. In the meantime, I may switch out my current recording cpu with one that is MUCH quieter from a different room.

    Do you have any advice on delivering the "creative genius" line as normal conversation? It just seems like such a boastful line that I couldn't figure out any way to realistically deliver it without adding a bit of playfulness/chuckle to it. I can make the rest of the reading more conversational but that one line in particular has me a little stumped in this regard. Any advice would be appreciated there. Maybe a way to lead into it or a way to extend or hit a certain word?

    I'm a month into this thing and really appreciate you guys helping me out with your initial comments,
    Thank you all!

    Peer Feedback:

    A lot of coaches, directors and agents talk about "smile". It's a general note (like
    "conversational") that can be rather vague as it may mean different things to different people. But it's like Chief Justice Earl Warren said about pornography, "I know it when I see (hear) it."

    The "pride" comes in that beaming smile. It's really surprising how the physical act of actually smiling as you talk comes through in a read, and replaces and is more effective (IMHO) than that laugh/chuckle.
    In acting, there's something called "substitution" or "sense memory" - in that, if you don't actually have kids or find yourself in this exact situation, recall something else in your personal life that brings up that sense of heart warming pride and use that feelling as you say these lines.

    There's also subtext, reading between the lines or the unspoken comparison/contrast. For instance, you may hear yourself saying, "Some people might say that he's just a normal kid.... I think he’s a creative genius," beaming with pride, maybe with a shoulder shrug like, "It's just a fact a plain fact as far as I'm concerned. No question about it." Unspoken subtext.

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    Legos

    Script:

    My child has quite an imagination. His teachers say that some day he’ll be doing great things. Right now, he’s already an architect, a designer, an engineer ... I think he’s a creative genius ... and thanks to Legos, the creative building toy, there’s just no limit to what he can do. LEGOS ... the creative diversion that helps develop a child’s potential.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear gspiehler's recording

    I am brand new and still learning how to use my microphone and recording software. I am using Reaper for my DAW. I have been told my recordings are soft, and I have been trying to figure out how to fix the volume. Is this loud enough? Did you hear any background noise? How is the performance? This is my first try and I really want to learn to do this right, so be honest! Thank you for your time!

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-129795/script-recording-99666.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Ginger,

    I do hear a little bit of noise in the background. I'm a newbie myself, but I'll offer what I can - other than isolating your recording setup more, most DAWs should also have a noise reduction effect/feature. You'll need a few seconds of just noise that it can use as a "noise profile," and then you can apply it to the whole recording.

    As for the performance, I might find some different ways to emphasize a few key words. It sounds like a great start to me with "My child has quite an imagination," but I might emphasize "great" in "my child will be doing great things." And then coloring all of the words like "architect," "designer," "engineer" so that each one has its own character - almost like you're imagining the things that your child has done to merit each title. Then "I think he's a creative genius" can be a bit more of your own prideful commentary, like "these are all the things that he's done, but - here's what I think..." Lastly, I think you can hit "Legos" a bit more the first time you say it. Maybe emphasize the first syllable instead so it stands out a bit more.

    Hope this helps, good luck!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you Seth! That really helped. I didn't know about noise filters, so I will learn how to do that! And I like your tips for the performance too. I am recording an updated version with noise filter and change in performance and will post it soon.

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    Mr. Haney

    Script:

    Is this fun?
    Do you want to do it again?
    Hey! I think we have done this before!

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Mr.Haney's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-104899/script-recording-83141.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Ol' Pat should be flattered.

    The recording quality leaves much to be desired. Live room, lots of treble making it into an AM radio sound (no body), and lots of mouth and background noise.

    Peer Feedback:

    Why did you post this in the contest?

    Peer Feedback:

    my bad for posting in contest area. ....my bad for posting at all ha

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    MyFirstFamilySafari.com

    Script:

    Imagine speeding across the stunning Savannah as you race some of the fastest animals on earth. Are your kids with you? Prob'ly not. Let’s face it, taking your kids on a safari may not be the most practical thing in the world. MyFirstFamilySafari.com brings the adventure and excitement of an African safari right to your computer. Enjoy graceful gazelles, enormous elephants, giant giraffes and roaring rhinos as you safely make your way across beautiful landscapes. Adventure awaits you, at MyFirstFamilySafari.com.

    39 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ksturmer's recording

    Wrote a quick script and put this together in my home studio. I would love your feedback on ways to improve the read.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/Kevin Sturmer - MyFirstAfricanSafaridotcom_1.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    I like your delivery very much especially at the end with the inflection on the animal size. It has a nice light, kids type sound to it. It sounds like it would be a fun adventure for all family members. The only criticism I have is that reading the copy blind, with out the sound effects and music, I get the impression it's geared toward adults looking for somthing to do as a family. As such, I wouldn't read it the way you did. I would have made it alittle more formal. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying your version is not good..it is and I like it but the copy is not only aimed at kids and your delivery here is half and half.
    Try it again with a more adult delivery to see how that works and if you like it.
    Just my 2 cents worth!

    Peer Feedback:

    Great points. The script leans to an older audience more than I might have intended. I will rework both the script and the read so they meet in a nice place. The writing goals included wanting to showcase timing (Prob'ly not) as well as voice variety (animal interpretations). Thank you so much for the feedback.

    Peer Feedback:

    I love how you add character to the animals and I enjoyed listening to your voice! The only thing I would add is you should try to have a more upbeat tone in your reading to match the music. I envision riding in a safari and just seeing the wild life come to life around me and your voice should come to life too.

    Peer Feedback:

    Your delivery here was really entertaining and succeeded to a large degree in those areas of timing and voice variety. Your ability to let loose and deliver like this will serve you well when the situation calls for it. Good luck!

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    Nick.com

    Script:

    Welcome to Nick.com, where you can find all your favorite Nick shows! We’ve got SpongeBob, TMNT, Henry Danger, Game Shakers, and many more, all right here! Want to watch videos? We’ve got those! Want to play games? We’ve got those, too! Check out all that and more on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices – and keep an eye out for silly surprises along the way!

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear noellehensler's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-120906/script-recording-98660.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds good. Lots of energy which is what they want.

    Peer Feedback:

    You have good energy here! Nice voice too. Watch out for a couple things like adding the pauses to let things breath, and proofing your read with the script. You replaced 'for' with 'on' in the last sentence. It's funny when our brain puts something in that we think SHOULD be there, but is not. We all do it!

    Peer Feedback:

    the only feedback I have is to maybe slow down when hitting the TV shows name
    "SpongeBob, TMNT, Henry Danger, Game Shakers"

    i am new at this and i am prob wrong but TMNT = teenage mutant ninja turtles. No one calls it TMNT. Not sure if the VO actor can use discretion on this. Again, this is more me thinking out loud since i know what TMNT is.

    great job

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    Playtales

    Script:

    The way we read books is undergoing a revolution and so is the way our children are reading and interacting with books, characters and ideas.

    Playtales is a bookstore for children’s interactive books. Where kids read (pause) and play.

    As your children are beginning to read, Playtales is here to help them along with new interactive books every week , because reading IS fun! And especially (pause) when interactive playing is smart.

    Together, families all around the world are enjoying dynamic reading experiences, and gaming options with Playtails.

    With Playtails, reading becomes an adventure!
    Playtails gives children an unforgettable reading experience, and gives parents a world of choices.

    Parents can download demos before buying, find books in seven languages, see what’s popular and rate the stories themselves.

    Playtails is THE bookstore app for childrens books.
    It helps you find just what you’re looking for.

    71 people have played this

    Demo Recording:

    Click to hear TedVoInSpain's recording

    As I was recording the Nile practice reading, I got a call from a panicked marketing manager who told me they were launching a new company and the Promo video was a disaster. And it was, he asked if I could revise the script, shorten the length by 19 seconds and record it... in 2 hours... in his studio. Sure! I dropped what I was doing, drove over, calmed the panicked executive committee and got to work, Looked at the script, lined out 2 sentences, changed a word or 2, cut the audio in 1 take. They loved it, I saw a couple of flaws... The video will be released on youtube today or tomorrow, I'll post a link. The pauses were force inserted by the marketing guys so the video editors could edit the text to the video... listen to it, then with the video. It came out nicely considering the circumstances. Nodo420

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-8990/script-recording-26884.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    I like your voice , but the pauses to me sounded unatural like you were searching for words almost . It could flow quicker and smooth. The sound quality is great although.

    Peer Feedback:

    The pauses were inserted by the director. It was against the wishes of the engineer and I could have done it better without them, but it was something to do with the video. Hey, thanks for the feedback.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great for a cold read..pauses aside it does sounds like it plods along a little. Was that the kind of pacing the director wanted? Otherwise like I said.great for a cold read.
    By the way, I don't do cold reads worth a S**t.

    Peer Feedback:

    The video just went live on youtube.
    Here's the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9ire7uRXLA&hd=1

    Thanks for all the feedback. they cut the first bit out of the video for time. Critiquing them, It starts a bit abruptly for me... I like the way they cut in and scripted the part about "parents have a world of options"... It's Nice when the finished product is also nice.

    BTW, The books are good, I've read for this company also. Check em out! Thanks again.

    Peer Feedback:

    If that was a cold read, well.... NICE JOB! Pressure on you must have been incredible. Very nice and smooth voicing. I know they added the pauses but I think it flowed nicely.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Nodo for past critiques and for posting this finished product. Gives us (me) encouragement to move ahead, if I ever did manage such a narration I could go to heaven a happy camper.

    The Tax Guy called with good news so I'm taking the indroductory plunge with Noelle Romano in LA in a couple of weeks. Then we can find out exactly how or if my voice qualifies.

    I'll keep looking for your stuff around here. Very nice of you to try helping me out with feedback.

    Mike Martin
    Now if I could win the contest...

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    Script submitted by Jillian Gee

    Script:

    My First Games
    It's laughing with her at the funny characters. Helping her learn to win, lose and take turns. That's what MY First Games are all about. They take just a minute, but you'll give her the most important thing of all, a part of yourself. Hasbro, Parker Brother and Milton Bradley.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Jillian Gee's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-129914/script-recording-97739.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    performance was very good , but i can hear your breath between sentences very clear , work on that ...good luck

    Peer Feedback:

    Very Nice, comforting feeling i get from your voices it pulls you in, thumbs up

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    38 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

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    I was inspired by Eva to try this script. Character: Overly excited bear impatient to share news; Listener: Small child eager to possess said bear. It doesn't seem likely to me a toy company would choose a male to do the voicing. But it was great fun to do.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/Talking Teddy.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    The script didn't upload for some reason nor my comment. So here I post:

    Adult/Kids/Talkin' Teddy

    'Hi there boys and girls, I'm new Talkin' Teddy. Listen to this: I laugh “giggle,” I cry “boo hoo,” I wear a diaper “uh oh,” but most of all, I hug people “I love you.”'

    Character: Overly excited bear eager to share news; Listener: Small child keen to possess said bear. (I can't see a toy company hiring a male voice for this read but it was great fun to do all the same!)

    Look forward to your comments and thanks to Eva for inspiring me to push the envelope.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hilarious!!! Well done.

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    The laugh brought a big smile to my face. Great performance, Peter, though it sounds like Talkin' Teddy is a little rough around the edges. I'd most certainly want to keep him away from my kids. LOL.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the smile today! Talkin Teddy needs his own show!

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Peter! I LOOOOOOVED your interpretation here! Overly excited is allowed with cute cuddly bears !!:) I'm proud of you AND you certainly put a big smile on my face this morning! GREAT !
    Let's push the envelope....I'm sure great things are there to be discovered!! You owned the show!! Thank you :)

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you Eva and everyone for your great feedback. Bill you put a smile on my face. (I'm sure Teddy's very sensible really). This is a character I'll definitely put in my pocket because I would like over time to develop animation characters. .

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    Toddler Town Zoo

    Script:

    When was the last time you brought your kids to the zoo? Now you can bring the zoo home to them. Toddler Town has a brand new collection of zoo characters, designed to put a smile on every toddler's face. a lovable herd of hippos, a dangerous den of lions, plus monkeys, giraffes, and big burly bears. It'll keep the little ones happy for hours. So introduce your kids to the ZOO....from TODDLER TOWN.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear adraeger's recording

    Grateful for any comments on performance and recording quality. I'm working towards a new demo and would like to include this piece.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-94086/script-recording-78889.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Your interpretation of the copy was very good. Your vocal performance for this ad was spot on. It seems as though I heard a hint of a British accent. Good job!

    Professional Feedback:

    Hi Alan:

    This particular spot is not the best match for your voice style and range. You have a bit more warmth to your usual voice, and this particular spot appears to be much more energetic than your usual selections. Remember though to incorporate a quicker pace along with warmer and animated voice style with a story such as this one in the future.

    I'd revisit the script library for alternative spots with a narrator or mature parent sound even leaning towards an Uncle or Grand-Dad character. Then you can add some nuances that come through with your British accent in that genre.

    Know you can find other savvy solutions if this is a search for demo material.

    Best,
    Marjorie Kouns

    Professional Feedback by Edge Studio Coach March 21, 2015 at 2:54AM
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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear lcw115's recording

    Once again, please forgive the sound quality as there is a little distortion, but would appreciate constructive, courteous and positive feedback on performance. All the best, Lenny

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-7256/script-recording-40385.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Lenny, the conversational tone was very nice. Though I would say you could probably play around with the words a little more for an even more effective read. Yes, your target audience are parents of toddlers, but the read could still be a little more playful; after all, you are selling a kids toy. I would try changing emotion and texture on words such as "lovable herd of hippos" or "dangerous den of lions." There are a number of ways you can do that. You could switch tempo, pitch, inflection, etc.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Javi,

    I realize what you're saying in regards to changing the emotions, pitch, inflection and more as this is related to parents and kids, but there are certain scripts that require a lot of emotion that I'm not good at performing and this was one of them. Therefore, I'll continue to perform the Commercials and Narration (i.e. Documentaries/Biographies) that I'm familiar with and are suited for my voice. It's a good script and I did have fun doing it, but it just wasn't for me.

    All the best,
    Lenny

    Peer Feedback:

    Lenny,

    I thought this read was very close to being right on...I wouldn't abandon doing commercial work like this at all! Your voice is well suited for a ton of different projects. Keep practicing and stretch your talent.

    Blessings

    Peer Feedback:

    Well thank you Dave! I just have to focus a little harder on some of the scripts and like Javi said, use the right emotion where it's needed. Glad you enjoyed it and thank you for such kind words!

    All the best,
    Peace and Blessings,
    Lenny

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    Toddler Town Zoo

    Script:

    When was the last time you brought your kids to the zoo? Now you can bring the zoo home to them. Toddler Town has a brand new collection of zoo characters, designed to put a smile on every toddler’s face. A lovable herd of hippos, a dangerous den of lions, plus monkeys, giraffes, and big burly bears. It’ll keep the little ones happy for hours. So introduce your kids to the ZOO ... from TODDLER TOWN.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Tonia's recording

    Working on gaining a conversational feel with lead-ins (which I've deleted). I don't venture into commercial much, and this ran to 25 seconds. Too fast? Would production have filled the extra time with video, sfx, et cetera? I played around with adding music, but after listening to a million samples of comedic children's music, my head exploded, so that ended that. Thanks for your feedback.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-31886/script-recording-58810.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    I enjoyed the read. Very "up" and clear. BUT it sounds more like you're talking to the toddlers and rather than their parents. You punched the first "Toddler Town" a little too much, which made it sound a bit artificial for my taste. Save the emphasis for the last one (that's probably why it's capitalized - same for ZOO). You are correct in assuming that, if this was a TV spot, there would probably be video of the animals as they come up in the script, so the descriptions might have a little more separation and be drawn out a touch (for radio, they might have the sound effects thrown in). IMHO - right energy, wrong focus.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great. Thanks for the help, James. I'm pretty happy with that critique, actually. I'm super glad it wasn't choppy and/or robotic and/or plodding and/or Stepford perky. I put lead-ins in front of most of the individual lines for the first 10-15 times I read it, so it was hard to evaluate my own performance by the end of the process.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Tonia --
    Nice read. I think James is right in that the audience is the parents not the kids themselves....Very good "mom" voice in this one, which is super marketable.

    I really like reading some of your other comments recently. If you ever get that skype practice group together, I'm in....great idea. I find that doing 100's of auditions and self-practice can be really limiting and even damaging if you don't get outside direction or be challenged. It makes me really uncomfortable in front of a director sometimes, especially when they're trying to pull out a nuance from line and I can't make them happy.

    cheers,
    Dave Saunders
    dfsaund@yahoo.com

    Peer Feedback:

    Awesome, Dave! I have young kids (3 and 5) home all summer, and the next couple of weeks are particularly tight with my husband traveling much of the time for work. After that, though, I'll get some breathing room again and will email you and also send out a general invite on the forum. My hope is to get together a group so we can:

    - not be so isolated
    - give us more practice cold reading and being on the spot (so that it's not such a big deal when it's the REAL deal)
    - give us practice coaching so that we better learn the concepts ourselves (learn, do, teach!)
    - let people network so we can find buds for things like working through phone patches at home, et cetera

    tjblake2001@yahoo.com

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    Bob The Builder

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    Kids share the fun as Follow Me Scoop follows Bob wherever he goes. Kids push Bob’s talky-talky button and Scoop drives and then…makes the coolest moves! Have lots of fun, when you bring home Follow me Scoop! Another Bob the Builder Toy from…Learning Curve!

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    Crayola Color Wonder Markers

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    Crayola Color Wonder Markers color only on special paper. So your kids can express their creativity more often...in more places...with less mess. Crayola Color Wonder. It starts with Crayola.

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    Crayola Markers

    Script:

    Crayola Color Wonder Markers color only on special paper. So you kids can express their creativity more often...in more places...with less mess. Crayola Color Wonder. It starts with Crayola.

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    Discovery Kids

    Script:

    Discovery Kids

    What's as strong as an elephant? Stinks like a skunk? And can see in the dark? Find out next on Discovery Kids!

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    Hooked On Phonics

    Script:

    Start you child reading in four weeks with Hooked on Phonics. Use Hooked on Phonics about 20 minutes a day, a few times a week, and your child could be reading a bedtime story to you! This unique 3-step system puts phonics instruction together with 50 great books and fun interactive games to give your child a head start in reading. Try Hooked on Phonics today and see why parents rated it the #1 trusted name in teaching kids to read.

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    Hooked On Phonics

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    Start you child reading in four weeks with Hooked on Phonics. Use Hooked on Phonics about 20 minutes a day, a few times a week, and your child could be reading a bedtime story to you! This unique 3-step system puts phonics instruction together with 50 great books and fun interactive games to give your child a head start in reading. Try Hooked on Phonics today and see why parents rated it the #1 trusted name in teaching kids to read.

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    Jewel Quest

    Script:

    The Jewel Quest phenomenon continues with all-new addictive puzzle fun. Follow Rupert as he picks up a new treasure trail in search of the grandest Jewel Board ever!

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    Kids On Demand

    Script:

    For more children’s entertainment – check out 4 Kids TV On Demand. Here you’ll find exclusive episodes and premiers of all your favorites. Just go to Kids and select - 4Kids TV.

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    Legos

    Script:

    My child has quite an imagination. His teachers say that some day he’ll be doing great things. Right now, he’s already an architect, a designer, an engineer ... I think he’s a creative genius ... and thanks to Legos, the creative building toy, there’s just no limit to what he can do. LEGOS ... the creative diversion that helps develop a child’s potential.

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    Legos

    Script:

    My child has quite an imagination. His teachers say that some day he’ll be doing great things. Right now, he’s already an architect, a designer, an engineer ... I think he’s a creative genius ... and thanks to Legos, the creative building toy, there’s just no limit to what he can do. LEGOS ... the creative diversion that helps develop a child’s potential.

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    My First Games

    Script:

    It's laughing with her at the funny characters. Helping her learn to win, lose and take turns. That's what MY First Games are all about. They take just a minute, but you'll give her the most important thing of all, a part of yourself. Hasbro, Parker Brother and Milton Bradley.

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    MyFirstFamilySafari.com

    Script:

    Imagine speeding across the stunning Savannah as you race some of the fastest animals on earth. Are your kids with you? Prob'ly not. Let’s face it, taking your kids on a safari may not be the most practical thing in the world. MyFirstFamilySafari.com brings the adventure and excitement of an African safari right to your computer. Enjoy graceful gazelles, enormous elephants, giant giraffes and roaring rhinos as you safely make your way across beautiful landscapes. Adventure awaits you, at MyFirstFamilySafari.com.

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    Crayola Markers

    Script:

    Crayola Color Wonder Markers color only on special paper. So your kids can express their creativity more often...in more places...with less mess. Crayola Color Wonder. It starts with Crayola.

    71 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Chad Lawson's recording

    I may have missed the mark by a long shot, but wanted to try something new. Tried adding music to see if i could make it sound like a commercial. Anyway, let me have it. Thanks. =D

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-107112/script-recording-84521.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds fun! This sounds like it would be paired with a TV ad, which could explain the pause (I mentally filled it with kids expressing their creativity with less mess… on that special paper).

    Nice, clear delivery! Sounds like a parent next door giving timely advice to another.

    Peer Feedback:

    I think you have good energy and delivery. The music is good for this. However, there is too much time in between your lines. That's assuming it's a radio spot. If it were TV, then it would be more appropriate. Also, try speaking more from your diaphragm and less through your nose.

    Keep at it!

    Peer Feedback:

    A bit slow in your delivery perhaps. Otherwise it was fun and smooth.

    Peer Feedback:

    This was fun! I would have preferred for the pause to not have been so long. However, you were very smooth in your delivery.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear MikeMortensen's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Deeelightful to listen to! Fantastic music and sound effects too!!

    Peer Feedback:

    Yes, I wholeheartedly agree with "burke".... I was quite curious how you would improvise the sfx.... great job on that. and great job interpreting the copy. Also, perfect music bed fit, too. I really liked this.

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    Mike: I have listened to all of your audition posts. Wow, is all I can say. Impressive. Gives me something to aspire to! Aloha, Debbie

    Peer Feedback:

    Mike, This is fantastic! Great read, Great music and Great effects. I hope that 2nd one is from a sfx library! I guess I have some competition with Kid and Disney type reads. Keep up the good work and I'll see you in the promo studio.

    Peer Feedback:

    Nicely done! Love the read and the sfx.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear abassiouny's recording

    just want opinion about the performance and tone used

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-114714/script-recording-89674.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Script reading speed seems okay, but delivery needs more energy and clarity with the words. Also sounds like you are far away from the microphone. Try adjusting your mic setup. Can only get better with more practice.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear alanna's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/discoverykids.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    If I were to do it over, I'd make it a bit faster.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Carolsplace's recording

    I am new at doing voice over's and trying to get a lot of practicing in. I know that my sound is not the best because I don't have a professional set up yet. I would appreciate any feedback. Blessings, Carol

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-17048/script-recording-38482.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Although the set-up isn't the greatest, your voice seems to really fit the genre. The only suggestion I would make is to play the punctuation that's written in the script. Have a new thought form after the question marks, as opposed to just playing it as a comma.

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    Click to hear Adriaan Taylor's recording

    This was with just an sm58 I have a NT2-A on way. Testing out various ideas.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi cja
    Sounds great for the SM58 the eq is really nice...
    You subbed the word BUT for AND... And after the fact I thought you waited on the answer to the question but then wondered if you stalled to end along with the music...
    Overall nice approach it sounded REAL!
    Congrats!
    Jeff

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you.. You were correct i did substitute the word. I did wait for the music. Appreciate it.

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    Click to hear jamesromick's recording

    Wanted to see if I could get this in at 10 seconds. Took me longer to find the sound FX and edit the music bed than it did to record.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice. I think I'd like to hear more awe and wonder.

    Peer Feedback:

    Awe and wonder in a cutesy commercial aimed at kids? Not how I hear this at all.

    Peer Feedback:

    To me this is a 5 second spot, with fx in the background not bridging the gap between lines. That's the way I would produce it.

    All of your read sound the same James, you need to work on pace and timing according to genre and learn to change it up. Everytime I hear a read from you I picture audiobooks and that is probably from the amount of work you already do with them which is great. You still have a tendency to hold hold onto words. Sometimes you need to end quickly and cleanly. This appears to be a habit you've formed over the last year or so.

    Peer Feedback:

    I think randy was maybe thinking it could sound a bit more whimsical. Maybe read as if you didn't know what the answer was instead of letting me think you already knew. I think the last line could have done with more excitement that we were going to find out what the answer was!
    But as always, voice quality and production is top notch!

    Peer Feedback:

    What I meant by "awe & wonder" could be seen as "wide eyed". I mean, this is pretty amazing stuff we're talking about. We want the audience to want to take an adventure. Yes?

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Maria Nemo's recording

    This is my first recording ever... Do I even have a chance? Please give constructive critism :)

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    Peer Feedback:

    This needs a bit of fun upbeat sound... it is aimed for kids and that means lots of energy, enthusiasm and huge smiles!!

    I'd think about this and re-do it!

    Peer Feedback:

    This is basically a riddle - and then a command to tune into a TV program to find out the answer.

    Have you ever told a riddle? (What is black and white and read all over? A newspaper.)

    You were probably thrown off by all of the question marks. If you saw the script this way, would you have thought about it differently?

    What's as strong as an elephant,
    stinks like a skunk,
    and can see in the dark?
    Find out next on Discovery Kids!

    You have a young-ish voice, so I'm guessing that you are pretty young (in your teens?). You can use that to your advantage. But the script has to come more "alive" because of that. It needs a youthful energy and enthusiasm.

    There are some pronunciation problems here too.

    "and" sounded more like "aynn"

    And the last sentence sounded like, "Wewl, fine now nesst on Discuworry Kizz!"

    First, you added a word - not always a no-no, but promos are pretty tight (time wise), so you have to pretty much stick to the script. Second, each one of those words has to be fully formed and articulated to be clearly understood by the listener, otherwise they won't follow your direction and tune in.

    Peer Feedback:

    Maria,

    Nice attempt for the first time, however I must agree with the others, more energy and enthusiasm are needed. Remember to keep in mind who your audience is and smile.
    Keep at it!

    Peer Feedback:

    Maria,
    I can tell this is your first time. I agree...you need more energy in your delivery. Make it exciting! Smile...and pretend your telling your best friend the biggest secret. Articulation is key so people will be able to understand everything you're saying. Also, try to listen to to other announcers (the ones who voice the promos for the Discovery Channel, maybe?) and you can get a sense of how much energy you need to put into each spot. Keep practicing and good luck.

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    Recorded this in home studio with a ProCaster dynamic mic for submission to a talent agency on a cattle call for new talent and heard nothing in return. What do you think? Thanks.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Max - I thought it sounded good - you have a nice and relatable sound. The only nit picky thing is that I did notice a bit of mouth noise. Also, I just wonder if it might have called for a bit more energy given that it's a kid spot.

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    Click to hear Nujavits's recording

    Hey there! This is my first VO in english. I'd love to hear your feedback on this one. Any input will be great! Thanks a lot!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great tone, tempo and clarity. The accent...well, certainly not American-Neutral, but very understandable. While promos MIGHT not be best suited for for you specific accent, I could certainly hear it on travel spots and spanish/latin-american/mexican products (restaurants, food, etc) so I have to say NICE JOB. I would really encourage you to continue working on the english spots as well as the spanish. NOTE: I listened through cheap computer speakers, so I can't evaluate the sound quality at this time.

    Listening through headphones now at home, the sound is pretty zingy in the upper range. There's a slight liveliness to your recording space as well. Are you reading while sitting at your computer?

    Peer Feedback:

    I agree with the first peer feedback. Keep practicing and keep up the great work!!!

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey! Thank you guys! I'm trying my best every time! Regarding the quality of the sound, i'm working on it. Honestly, I have no Knowledge in this area whatsoever! But... I started to do some reading and watch some videos about home studios and I hope it will get better every time :)

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    ok. guys?? how's my wonky editing? I'm making progress?? Shouldn't be much noise gate issue.. but please let me know. I listened to my last few and compared them to some of the others and i really couldn't tell much of a difference, but I do think I get what you are saying.

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    Peer Feedback:

    There's a small click right at the end, that I noticed, and it sounds like elephant may have been plucked and edited, but that's mostly cuz I'm listening for it lol I thought it sounded really great! (did miss first "as" though, fyi ;)

    Peer Feedback:

    no editing on elephant.. just lazy tongue!! lol

    Peer Feedback:

    then I'm sure it's fine :) Really, nice read.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great job Richurd, I liked the voice that you used!

    Many Blessings,

    Carol

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank You again Carol.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Rich, I liked the enthusiastic read a lot. The 'K' in "dark" didn't make it to the show though. And you added "the" to "Discovery Kids."

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Javi,
    I knew you'd find that.

    Peer Feedback:

    Sounded great Rich! You suit that type of delivery.

    Peer Feedback:

    So fun! You sound great! :)

    Peer Feedback:

    That's a new you there
    Sounded good for my ears.
    Regards
    Balazs

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Balazs.

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    Click to hear rpmgaudio's recording

    More Practice.. Concerned about record quality and vocal tone.

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    Peer Feedback:

    very good, nice pacing and appropriate music.

    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice, great style for the script.. Well produced.

    Only suggestion might be the slight pause after "What's" I didn't care for at all.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great read, great production value. I can hear the warmth and smile in your voice. Nice.

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    Click to hear touzet's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    I think your recording quality is very good. You have great enunciation showed some excitement but not over the top, the only thing I would say is to speed it up just a tiny bit, but don't rush it.

    Peer Feedback:

    Recording quality is very good! Great energy and pacing. Nicely done!

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    My first shot at Voice-over! Looking to start getting professional help as well.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Tracianna,
    Your voice sounds as a kid's voice should. You may want to work on some pacing and enunciate a tad bit more. When you said "...as an elephant" it was run together. Overall, sounds good to me.

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    Click to hear voicesbydaniel's recording

    Hi! My name is Daniel Ditch. I recorded this in my home studio and it is featured on my demo. Please critique and comment.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi There: I think you uploaded the wrong script. I didn't hear what was printed here for a script under Discovery Kids.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear knm_voice@yahoo.com's recording

    Love to hear your thoughts,, well at least the ones that have to do with this....

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi knm: Great voice with tons of warmth for this character. Pacing was good. The "on no" you used was "uh oh". Second time I heard a variation from the written script. Are you intentionally changing the script, or are you having a hard time seeing the script? I had to have full lens reading glasses made so I could read the script off the monitor from a distance. Larry

    Peer Feedback:

    It's a combination,,, I do struggle with being able to see the scripts,,, I'm trying different ways to get around this. Seeing that I'm on the road about 9 months out of the year, I use a mini computer, which makes it even worse, and I dont travel with a printer .. but I will admit,, being that I'm not really trying to go pro at this point in time ,, I take more license to make them how I would say it, than I should

    Peer Feedback:

    I really love the way you tackle this. The voice for a teddy bear is, I think, perfect. Love the inflections and the "examples" (giggling, crying, etc). that are a part of this teddy. Most of all, I love the warmth of your voice.

    While you did venture off script, I am sure that it would be up to the director as to whether or not there is an OK. Most of the time, in my limited experience, they really don't like it - even a little. However, if I were directing, I'd let it stand. Good job!

    George T.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey KNM, try an Ipad or an android device, a Samsung Galaxy (I use a 7') or really nowadays, you can get a decent 7" tab for about 100 bucks. get the 10 if it helps.
    Knowing what you look like, and hearing this, really makes me wonder what that take looked like :) Nodo420

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Nodo, good to hear from you. I use a IPad to record on,, but it won't do that and display the script too,, hope they fix that soon. I've been thinking about what your saying already. I will probably go that way soon. Hows your end of the earth?

    Professional Feedback:

    Hi!

    Very funny, cute, warm take on this talking toy. To be honest, I imagine that a younger boyish voice would be used for a talking kids toy like this, but that said, you do a lovely job committing to all the emotions. Your giggle sounds very real and connected, as does your cry. I might play with the "uh oh" more to make it sound a little more embarrassed, but again I like your total commitment to the emotions. The "I Love You" at the end is very sweet. As I was listening to your deep, goofy, likeable read on this, I kept imagining that your voice would be great for a talking basset hound character. Maybe that's something to play with for the future!

    Best,
    Noelle Romano

    Professional Feedback by Edge Studio Coach July 2, 2012 at 2:34PM
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    Practice Recording:

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Mark. you really need to get a decent microphone and studio set-up. It sounds like you have a very young sounding voice, which might be perfect for the teddy bear - but, honestly, I could hardly understand you - because of the poor quality audio . . .

    I hope I can hear it again - more clearly - - then I can probably offer more helpful advice on the delivery -

    Aloha
    Tito Gray - - - voice guy - http://www.graysvoice.com

    Peer Feedback:

    I have completely different take on that read. It sounded like the "teddy bear" was talking into the mic. i liked it

    Peer Feedback:

    Matt, you must have better ears than me as I pretty much didn't understand a single word.

    Mark, It could have been an effect you were going for style wise, but it just went way to far in that direction if it was deliberate.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanx for the feedback guys, still a rookie with the equipment, and I suppose the equalizer creating the "speaker inside the stuffed bear" maybe muffled the sound too much. I could try it again without the effect.

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    I really enjoy character reads, so blast away! I can take it.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I loved this. Nice voice. I can certainly see the teddy moving and talking. Suggestion: Though I can certainly see the smile as you are talking, I think bringing it up a notch on: 'but most of all.... I hug people....." If you can perhaps close your eyes and see yourself hugging and love people as you read that last line.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey, that was cool, sounded windy at the end, but otherwise super fun. I hope I can hear it again - more clearly - - then I can probably offer more helpful advice to you. Great work and full of high energy. I think your recording quality is very good https://www.reecoupons.com/categories/halloween . You have great enunciation showed some excitement but not over the top, the only thing I would say is to speed it up just a tiny bit, but don't rush it.

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    Please leave comments on tone, pacing and believability as well as recording quality. Thanks

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    Peer Feedback:

    Can I call this "adorable"? Really great stuff going on here. Yea, I would like to hear your real voice too, but this one is a keeper.

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    Click to hear Strickalator's recording

    This was done with a simple speed change in Audacity. Its my voice but sped up a little higher and faster.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey, that was cool. Sounded windy at the end, but otherwise super fun. ~B

    Peer Feedback:

    Great work and full of high energy.

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    Here is this totally different side of me LOL....I hope you guys enjoy it! Your comments are always welcome! Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    For some reason, this creeps me out. Of course, I'm not your target audience either. (Was that Teddy leaving the room at the very end?) Good job setting your inhibitions aside to try something totally different.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for your comment Bill! This was not meant to creep you out! LOL (Sorry...)
    My neighbour's cat decided to sneak into the room moved by curiousity, I guess!!
    I feel that unless we set our inhibitions aside, we'll make it more difficult to loosen up and find that which best suits you! Thanks again Bill!!

    Peer Feedback:

    I totally agree with you, Eva. Keep at it!

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    Click to hear Crystal's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Crystal,

    Nice job! Remeber who you're talking to ---KIDS! Have a good time and emphasize the words Strong, Stinks, Next, and Discovery Kids. Speed it up just a little bit, kids ears are notoriously fast!

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    Click to hear Recaznor's recording

    Just a rough attempt, does anyone know where a good place to get sound effects so I can add some elephant magic to this clip :) Thanks in advance everyone!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Was it just me or did something go wrong here? All I could hear was music for seven seconds. Try http://www.audiomicro.com/sound-effects-free
    for sound effects. You can also buy entire CD's and some mp3 downloads at Amazon.

    Peer Feedback:

    I listened to it again and I heard my voice as well as the music, not sure what the issue is :(

    Peer Feedback:

    Nice job with that. Lots of energy and enthusiasm. Made me laugh. I bought a disc with 2,000 sound effects on Ebay for $1.25. Haven't tried the local library. Larry

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Larry I appreciate that! Any idea where I can find some music that's free as well?

    Peer Feedback:

    I liked your read. But, the music, to my ear, a touch too loud.

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    First try at this stuff, using my dad's equipment.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I'm not very up on today's children's toys, but I think this was basically spot on. Great presentation of "joy" in the vocal.

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    My first test script. Looking forward to your comments!

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    Peer Feedback:

    That is amazing! Great read! Keep it up!

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    Fire away :)

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    Peer Feedback:

    Haha! Awesome. Nailed it dude, I heard your silent dragon reading too and that's an awesome range of character.

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    I love doing character voices and for this one, I tried to make it sound cute and fun at the same time! Leave any feedback if you have any!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds cute and fun. Good job.

    Peer Feedback:

    Yeah! I would have taken the breath out of a few spots, but overall I think you got the character. Kudos!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback! Yeah, this was recorded with my older mic that wasn't a studio condenser mic and I didn't have a pop filter or Audacity. However, I just LOVE doing voices for animations and cartoons! When I went for my IVO evaluation, they said I would be best suited for voices that dealt with animation! I'm glad you like it!

    **This script will be recorded on the better mic I have! :-) **

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    Rindercella

    Script:

    The Story of Rindercella.
    Once apon a time, in a coreign fountry,
    there lived a very geautiful birl;
    her name was Rindercella.
    Now, Rindercella lived with her mugly other and her two sad bisters.
    And in this same coreign fountry,
    there was a very prandsom hince.
    And this prandsom hince was going to have a bancy fall.
    And he'd invited people from riles amound, especially the pich reople.
    Rindercella's mugly other and her two sad blisters
    went out to buy some drancy fesses to wear to this bancy fall,
    but Rindercella could not go because all she had to wear were some old rirty dags.
    Finally, the night of the bancy fall arrived and Rindercella couldn't go.
    So she just cat down and scried.
    She was a kitten there a scrien,
    when all at once there appeard before her,
    her gairy fodmother.
    And she touched her with her wagic mand ...
    and there appeared before her,
    a cig boach and hix white sorces to take her to the bancy fall.
    But now she said to Rindercella,
    "Rindercella, you must be home before nidmight,
    or I'll purn you into a tumpkin!"
    When Rindercella arrived at the bancy fall,
    the prandsom hince met her at the door
    because he had been watchin' behind a woden hindow.
    And Rindercella and the prandsom hince nanced all dight until nidmight...and they lell in fove.
    And finally, the mid clock strucknight.
    And Rindercella staced down the rairs,
    and just as she beached the rottom, she slopped her dripper!
    The next day,
    the prandsom hince went all over the coreign fountry
    looking for the geautiful birl
    who had slopped her dripper.
    Finally he came to Rindercella's house.
    He tried it on Rendercella's mugly other ... and it fidn't dit.
    Then he tried it on her two sigly usters ... and it fidn't dit.
    Then he tried it on Rindercella ... and it fid dit.
    It was exactly the sight rize!
    So they were married and lived heverly ever hapwards.
    Now, the storal of the mory is this:
    If you ever go to a bancy fall and want to have a pransom hince loll in fove with you,
    don't forget to slop your dripper!

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    The Unicorn

    Script:

    The Unicorn
    from the book "Where the Sidewalk Ends" (1974)
    By Shel Silverstien

    This is not the song. It is the poem written by Shel Silverstien that inspired the song. So read it as a you would to a child. If your ambitious let's see how good your Irish holds up under a long read.

    A long time ago, when the earth was green
    and there was more kinds of animals than you've ever seen,
    and they run around free while the world was bein' born,
    and the lovliest of all was the Unicorn.

    There was green alligators and long-neck geese.
    There was humpy bumpy camels and chimpanzees.
    There was catsandratsandelephants, but sure as you're born
    the lovliest of all was the Unicorn.

    But the Lord seen some sinnin', and it caused him pain.
    He says, "Stand back, I'm gonna make it rain."
    He says, "Hey Brother Noah, I'll tell ya whatcha do.
    Go and build me a floatin' zoo.

    And you take two alligators and a couple of geese,
    two humpy bumpy camels and two chimpanzees.
    Take two catsandratsandelephants, but sure as you're born,
    Noah, don't you forget my Unicorn."

    Now Noah was there, he answered the callin'
    and he finished up the ark just as the rain was fallin'.
    He marched in the animals two by two,
    and he called out as they went through,

    "Hey Lord, I got your two alligators and your couple of geese,
    your humpy bumpy camels and your chimpanzees.
    Got your catsandratsandelephants - but Lord, I'm so forlorn
    'cause I just don't see no Unicorn."

    Ol' Noah looked out through the drivin' rain
    but the Unicorns were hidin', playin' silly games.
    They were kickin' and splashin' in the misty morn,
    oh them silly Unicorn.

    The goat started goatin', and the snake started snakin',
    the elephant started elephantin', and the boat started shaking'.
    The mouse started squeakin', and the lion started roarin',
    and everyone's aboard but the Unicorn.

    I mean the green alligators and the long-neck geese,
    the humpy bumpy camels and the chimpanzees.
    Noah cried, "Close the door 'cause the rain is pourin' -
    and we just can't wait for them Unicorn."

    Then the ark started movin', and it drifted with the tide,
    and the Unicorns looked up from the rock and cried.
    And the water come up and sort of floated them away -
    that's why you've never seen a Unicorn to this day.

    You'll see a lot of alligators and a whole mess of geese.
    You'll see humpy bumpy camels and lots of chimpanzees.
    You'll see catsandratsandelephants, but sure as you're born
    you're never gonna see no Unicorn

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    Toddler Town Zoo

    Script:

    When was the last time you brought your kids to the zoo? Now you can bring the zoo home to them. Toddler Town has a brand new collection of zoo characters, designed to put a smile on every toddler’s face. A lovable herd of hippos, a dangerous den of lions, plus monkeys, giraffes, and big burly bears. It’ll keep the little ones happy for hours. So introduce your kids to the ZOO ... from TODDLER TOWN.

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