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    Coors Foundation for Family Literacy

    Script:

    For the 27 million Americans who can’t read, competing in today’s marketplace is nearly impossible. And unfortunately, the future for children of illiterate parents is not much brighter. You can help fight illiteracy by reading to a child. And by giving a child a book. Brought to you by THE COORS FOUNDATION FOR FAMILY LITERACY. Because a child who reads will succeed.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear shawkley's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    I enjoyed your performance of the copy. I thought it was a great recording and I could see you putting heart into what you were reading to the audience. Keep it up!

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    Dublin

    Script:

    James Joyce once said that he wanted to create a picture of Dublin so complete that if the city one day disappeared, it could be reconstructed entirely from his book Ulysses. He succeeded. The spirit of James Joyce is evident everywhere in bustling, booming modern Dublin, from the bronze statue of him leaning casually on his walking stick at the intersection of busy O’Connell Street and Earl Street to such famous landmarks as St. Stephen’s Green, University College, and the Martello Tower in the nearby suburb of Sandycove. With a bit of imagination and some good walking shoes, you can virtually step into the pages of Ulysses to follow Leopold Bloom on his fictional 18-hour odyssey through Dublin on June 16, 1904.

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    Practice Recording:

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    Here's something a little different. It's an A/B test of sorts. Every time there's a comma or a period in the script, I alternate between my two mics. There is no EQ, no NR, no DeEssing, no compression, nothing but edits. If you hear something you like or dislike, would you please tell me what you hear and which phrase you hear it in? I'll return to this post after a few days and share details on the two microphones. Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I liked the variation in tone, pitch and inflection which helped bring the piece to life with a very travelogue feel. I liked that it was an unrushed read. I did not perceive any difference between the mics and could not tell when you switched.

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    New York Life 2

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    New York Life 2
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    Since 1845 we've been providing financial strength for the most important people in the world, your loved ones. But what we're most proud of is helping you put their needs above your own. Making sure they'll always be taken care of is the most selfless gift you can ever give them. New York Life. The Company you Keep.

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    Practice Recording:

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    This is the first practice recording with the new Rode NT1-A mic in my new DIY built home studio recording "booth" .

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great performance. I enjoy the recording quality and the new set up in your home studio. You had very nice clarity, evenly paced, smooth emotions, and a nice inflection.

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    AllState Insurance

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    AllState Insurance
    Congratulations, you just bought Allstate Home Owners Insurance. And now, if your home or property suffers a covered loss or is damaged, you’ll be covered, and that’s a good feeling. However there are some things that can’t be replaced, so that’s why it’s so important to prevent the damages from occurring in the first place. Here, you’ll learn what steps you can take to make your home safe and secure.

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    Practice Recording:

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    Starting over!

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    Come to play

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    In this city... There's an expectation in the air. We all pay it forward. We all earn it. There's a currency that connects us. The karma we share. The way we celebrate. If you're not from here, that's okay. All comers are welcome. Here's one more tip. There's only one place in Pittsburgh we all come together. Whatever your game... Rivers is where Pittsburgh comes to play.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Lucas Salas's recording

    Looking for any and all feedback. Particularly on performance and sound quality.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Lucas, l like your voice however each sentence seems to trail off at the end. I am no expert but I would try uplifting a little or inflecting either up or down to create more energy.

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    Hi Lucas, I agree about your voice trailing towards the end of sentences. Your voice seems to have a nice raspy texture and your pacing seems good.

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    Walt Disney World Resort

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    It’s a magical time to take your little characters. Is your living room a living storybook? Is there a princess on your couch who looks a lot like your little girl? Or a little beast roaring through the room? Then, it’s the perfect time to introduce your child to the world where that magic is real. - Walt Disney World Resort. Call today for your FREE Vacation Planning Kit. You’ll get everything you need to know to plan a Disney Trip with your preschoolers, and discover the magic through their eyes. Call 1-800-225-3124 for a Free Vacation Planning Kit.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear RYoung's recording

    All comments welcome!

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    Peer Feedback:

    The recording quality was very good, and I liked the piano in the background. The performance was well done. I would have likes to hear just a little more energy to keep the listener engaged. Also, a little more emotion, emphasis on certain words. It sounded the same throughout, so just make sure you deliver that emotion and range so that you sound more like a real person, if that makes any sense. Keep going!

    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice quality with piano music. Great pacing and clarity. Would love to hear you do narration or using more inflection.

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    Abigail Jane’s Flowers Ivr

    Script:

    To speak with a floral consultant, press 1
    To place an order, press 2
    To speak with Genevieve Thompson in arranging, press 3
    To speak with Abigail Jane Frailey, press 4
    To leave a message in the company mail box, press 5

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Alenda's recording

    I have rearranged my studio and would like to know how the recording sounds?

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    Peer Feedback:

    The recording was great. The sound was very clear and clean with no external input.

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    The recording was very clean and crisp. I did not hear any background noise.

    Peer Feedback:

    Pacing was even an the clarity was great. The quality of the recording was tops.

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    New York Life 2

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    Since 1845 we've been providing financial strength for the most important people in the world, your loved ones. But what we're most proud of is helping you put their needs above your own. Making sure they'll always be taken care of is the most selfless gift you can ever give them. New York Life. The Company you Keep.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear lambaa's recording

    This is my first go at doing a voice over script. Tear it apart please!

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    Peer Feedback:

    this is really nice sounding- very consistent throughout. Make sure to fully pronounce all the words- like "strength" and I would emphasize "New York Life" a bit more

    Peer Feedback:

    First time? Can't tell! Well done!

    You have a very soothing, pleasant sound. I would say to fluctuate a little more on certain words, "your loved ones", "proud", "you", etc. Identify the key words and stretch them out a little, or put a little emphasis on them, but don't overdo it, of course. Overall, very impressive. Keep it up!

    Peer Feedback:

    Great voice and pacing. Very even delivery. Emphasizing key words may be helpful in directing attention to the product.

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    The Craft of Scene Writing

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    (script from Edge's Script Library):

    The Craft of Scene Writing
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    "(The Craft of Scene Writing Copyright © 2019 by Jim Mercurio. All rights reserved.)

    THE STORY OF A SCENE: BEAT BY BEAT

    Scenes are the building blocks of a screenplay. Whether this is your first screenwriting book or your last, you already have a sense of what a scene is. However, I want to bolster your instincts with concrete craft. Let’s look at a concise definition:

    A scene is a small unit of story, unified by time and space, which encapsulates a single action and culminates in a change. The change should involve both the story and the character.

    In the definition, “small” means “brief,” but it definitely does not mean unimportant or trivial. Yes, you will have some very long scenes, but there is only one unit of storytelling smaller than a scene. That is called, as we will see, a “beat.”

    However, a scene is the smallest unit of story that is a story in and of itself.

    This is why scene writing is so essential to you as a storyteller. A story for a screenplay is built with several smaller stories, i.e., your scenes. How can you expect to master the 100-page story form without mastering the three-page form?

    You probably know a scene when you see one, but let’s jump into the nitty-gritty to augment your intuitive understanding. We will explore each of its aspects individually with the ultimate goal of pulling them all together to create a working definition.

    SMALL UNIT

    In recent years, some modern movies have had scenes with average duration as short as a minute or so. However, scenes in today’s films average two to three minutes, which is a minute less than forty years ago. An average movie these days is 110 minutes. I’ll do the math for you. Most feature screenplays contain between thirty and fifty scenes, but don’t be surprised if your count is upwards of seventy.

    Don’t get caught up in the habits of some of the greatest scene writers in the world and their fun in blasting this convention. I am talking about the eight-page opening of The Social Network , the twenty-minute tavern scene in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds , the tense “I drink your milkshake” scene in Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood , or even the multi-character talky scenes in several of Woody Allen’s films.

    In general, a longer scene needs a stronger punch, a more powerful climactic twist. No one wants to watch a ten-minute scene in which a character waits for a blind date who never shows up and who never even appears in the movie. That scene should be quick and short. Notice, however, that no one complains about the length of the opening of Saving Private Ryan.

    Hold tight. Later in the book, we cover principles that help you to successfully write longer scenes".

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    Audition Recording:

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    Let me know how this sounds to everyone.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice is very engaging! There are some words that are too short, and need to be drawn out a little to give it better cadence, such as the word "form" in this sentence "How can you expect to master the 100-page story form without mastering the three-page form?". Also, the word "hundred" in a few places seems cut off a bit.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank You, lambaa for the feedback.

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    Congrats on taking on this challenge. I admire your stamina. Could hear some sort of background noise. Voice was nice to listen to, pacing and breaths a challenge. Lot of noise at the end like someone moving around.

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    BPC Business Video

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    Business video script. Mood of the audition needs to be Trustworthy, Professional, Confident

    Since 1886 Bradley Pulverizer Company has served the mineral processing industry worldwide. The Bradley VBC separator was developed for use in Bradley’s own mill circuits, and has also been very successfully incorporated in many other mill systems and air classifiers. The simple, rugged design ensures reliable and consistent operation

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    Audition Recording:

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    I just set up my studio equipment. How does it sound? General feedback on the read would be helpful!

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    Peer Feedback:

    It was a nice read overall. I like the effort in your performance. Keep working on it to improve the sound quality and making the performance better.
    Hope this comment and critique helps,
    -SL

    Peer Feedback:

    Nice voice quality, pacing was good. Clarity was good, detected a slight lisp with 1886. Recording quality was good.

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    Script submitted by mollybrubaker

    Script:

    Providing less commutes… more backyard offices... And crystal clear meetings.

    Providing less... “You froze up.”

    And more presence in your presentations.

    Providing … a better… Internet experience.

    Description:
    Character is a warm and friendly upbeat woman. She is approachable, confident and energetic and has a soothing and calming quality.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mollybrubaker's recording

    Just playing around with some audition scripts- trying to hit those character descriptions friendly, upbeat, energetic, calming...any feedback welcome

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    Peer Feedback:

    That was a good performance. I think it will be hard to be every character quality on the list provided. But I like that you're experimenting.

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    Bizzare Foods

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    Your exotic food host is back. Picky eaters? Pick it up. When Andrew hits the road there's something for everyone. Bizzare Foods with Andrew Zimmern, on Travel Channel.

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    Practice Recording:

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    I'm curious how I could improve the beginning line "Your exotic food host is back." (aside from it sounding like "yer" haha). It just doesn't sound right to me. Like it needs a certain punch or emphasis. Also the next line as well I suppose. How's the rest? I definitely prefer the 2nd half. These TV promo's are tricky reading dry. Without the filler sounds the pacing is kind of whack. Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Cody! Well, you said yourself (yerself, lol) that right out of the chute it sounded like "Yer" instead of YOUR. When I catch myself doing that, yer/your, fer/for, etc...I'll pencil a line through the word and write "YORE" or "FORE" above it. Triggers my mind to say that instead of yer and fer.

    That first line is a bit tricky. A great coach once told me to say out loud something like, "As opposed to a normal food host....your EXOTIC food host is back!" It helps you a) slow down a little on the opening words, and b) helps put emphasis on the adjective.

    I tend to rush and slur the smaller words at the beginning of copy lines, and that tip has helped me a lot.It's a great trick. You can use it on any line in the copy where you might be having similar issues.

    Pacing was a little quick, like you said, but what can you do without the visuals and the audio dialogue. Unless a time was stipulated, like :15 or :30, I would just practice at a pace comfortable to you. The more you read it, the easier it is to pick up the pace if you have to.

    Keep up the great work. I look forward to hearing more!

    Stay safe and healthy! ~Rich

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you for taking the time to share all of that! You know, I've read about the trick to insert a line in the beginning to get the first line started smoother but I hadn't thought about personalizing it the way you suggested. Now it sounds like common sense! I did a few more reads on it and it immediately improved. It also helped me identify the proper inflection and emphasis. Wow what a difference even as subtle as it is!

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    Cartoon Network

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    Cartoon Network brings you 3 magic numbers: 24, 7 and 4! We're going all kids, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week starting March 4th. We're dialing up the kid fuel, dog hugging, family friendly fun all day long. The 24/7 fun starts March 4th on Cartoon Network. So many reasons to watch!

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    This one intentionally reads a little fast. I'm going for that upbeat kid-friendly voice and the speed is to fit the promo space. As far as technical corrections go, I need to work on smoothing out my "ph" sounds. They seem too harsh to me. Maybe I need a different pop filter. All feedback is welcomed and encouraged! It helps me know when I'm heading in the right or wrong direction. Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Cody. As long time viewers of CN, this was great. The only piece of feedback is on sound quality. Somewhere along 24 hours a day...there was some feedback. You might have gotten too loud or something. But this was great. Thank you for sharing!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you! I'm looking into it. I also did some more reads on it and am much more satisfied with the result. Turns out slower (but more nuanced) really is better :P

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    Dominoes

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    Introducing the better than ever Dominoes online ordering, now with an app. Download now and order with a tap. Delivery easy. At Dominoes Pizza we deliver delight. Online.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear codyh159's recording

    I'm trying to be youthful and energetic in this one. It's also supposed to come across a little abrupt with sentence delivery. Any advice? All feedback welcomed! It helps me know when I'm headed in the right or wrong direction. Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great voice Cody, feel free to slow it down a bit, after all client wants their name to stand out and be remembered. Thanks for sharing that.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Cody. This was fun. You might keep an eye out for when you get sing-songy because of the way something is written or because there's a lot of repeating sounds. But you did make me hungry for pizza!

    Peer Feedback:

    I'm glad you made a note of that because I was really hung up on it. However, I couldn't find a way to avoid it. I think it's mostly inevitable with that copy. Although I was able to make some improvements because you pointed it out. Thank you!

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    Early Childhood Brain Development

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    The first three years of life are a period of incredible growth in all areas of a baby's development. A newborn's brain is about 25 percent of its approximate adult weight. But by age 3, it has grown dramatically by producing billions of cells and hundreds of trillions of connections, or synapses, between these cells. In this section you will learn about the many ways parents and caregivers can help children get off to a good start and establish healthy patterns for life-long learning.

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    This is a new style for me. Please give feedback on the read and sound quality. Thank you.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Sherylann. The recording quality sounds terrific. In terms of delivery, the beginning seems "unclear." I'm not sure what I'm listening to at first. Perhaps a bit more sense of who the audience is to help provide a bit of grounding? Hope this is helpful.

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    Early Childhood Brain Development

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    The first three years of life are a period of incredible growth in all areas of a baby's development. A newborn's brain is about 25 percent of its approximate adult weight. But by age 3, it has grown dramatically by producing billions of cells and hundreds of trillions of connections, or synapses, between these cells. In this section you will learn about the many ways parents and caregivers can help children get off to a good start and establish healthy patterns for life-long learning.

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    Click to hear Sherylann's recording

    trying to work on an elearning demo. What do you think of this read and quality of sound?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds very nice, like a calm mother who really cares about their child's in brain development. I enjoyed it.

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    Hi! This is practice recording for our 9 year old. She doesn't actually like Barbie -- so we're working on sounding excited and into it when she actually isn't. Also welcome any general feedback as well. Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hello, great job. Love your voice. I like the first part- seems excited "Other dolls sold seperately" and "you can be anything sound exactly the same as far as voice and inflection" I would vary that to be more genuine.

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    Sounds like a winner to me! Nice pace, good clarity and quality.

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    LyricsBull.com : Your world of lyrics of Indian songs from movies and music albums in different languages. http://www.lyricsbull.com/

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    Caryola Color Wonder Markers

    Script:

    Hi. This is a practice recording of our 9 year old daughter. We're working on articulation and differentiation. We also would like to know if she sounds (credibly) into it. Thank you!

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Christinesachsnyc's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Christine. I think your daughter's voice is nice and clear. However, I think the two things that would make a difference is for your daughter to smile throughout which would help carry the energy levels through the end. The ending lost energy and enthusiasm. Hope that helps!

    Peer Feedback:

    Another winning performance.

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    Mystic Aquarium – Frog Exhibit

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    “Welcome to the Frogs!" at Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration... They're watching! A frog's bulging eyes can see in almost every direction. This little guy's large red eyes are closed tight when he sleeps. But if disturbed, his eyes pop open to startle would-be predators! BOO!

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    Click to hear Christinesachsnyc's recording

    Hi. This is a practice recording of our 9 year old. We're going for general feedback and feel. We're working on pace, articulation, and feeling. Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    very well paced, lots of feeling and happiness in the performance. I like it, may be a nice children's program someday. The articulation was very nice too.
    hope this comment helps,
    -SL

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    Brief History of Time

    Script:

    We go about our daily lives understanding almost nothing of the world. We give little thought to the machinery that generates the sunlight that makes life possible, to the gravity that glues us to an Earth that would otherwise send us spinning off into space, or to the atoms of which we are made and on whose stability we fundamentally depend. Except for children (who don’t know enough to ask the important questions), few of us spend much time wondering why nature is the way it is; where the cosmos came from, or whether it is always here; if time will one day flow backward and effects precede causes; or whether there are ultimate limits to what humans can know.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Grayson Denley's recording

    One of a few recent quarantine recordings. Still playing around in different narration niches. As always, open to and thankful for any and all feedback. Hope everyone is well.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Grayson. The recording quality sounds terrific. Very clear and crisp. There are some words that seem to mush together (Would otherwise & whose stability) -- so something to keep an ear on. Pacing was good. You might look at places where you can intentionally break up the pace to tell us where to put our intention. Thank you for sharing!

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    7-11

    Script:

    So it’s 2:00 in the morning...and you’re starving. Nothin’ in the fridge, and nothin’ in the
    cupboards. You don’t even have dog biscuits hangin’ around. You think about cooking,
    but then you remember the 3-alarm fire you started last time you tried using the stove.
    Well, check out 7-11. There’s gotta be one right near ya’. They have everything from
    burgers to tacos...24 hours a day...7 days a week. 7-11. Think of it as your own
    personal walk-in kitchen.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Rich Summers's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Rich, tried that one last year with a heavy southern accent, I would just say let loose you have a great country type delivery for this!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks RYoung. You thinking I should "Sam Elliott" this one? I may do that just for S&G's.

    I was working on more of a "wry" read on this example, but maybe I will go "cowboy" on it.

    Thanks brutha...stay safe! ~Rich

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    Bombay Gin - TV :15

    Script:

    It's pretty simple, really. Either you want to drink the best gin...or you don't. Bombay
    Sapphire. Gin...only better.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Rich Summers's recording

    Again....just practicing during self-isolation. Stay safe, friends.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Rich. Thanks for sharing. My husband happens to work in the booze industry. His thoughts were: (1) when he thinks Bombay, he hears a British accent, and (2) the brand has more of an elitest-ness/snob appeal to the tone. You sound very accessible (which is great), very educated next door neighbor.

    We realize this is a totally subjective offering of feedback. We aren't related to the brand at all, but we happen to know folks who are. Hope this is helpful.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Christine! Love the "upity" thought. I may explore that some. I appreciate the time to listen and drop a note! Stay safe! ~Rich

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    Del Monte

    Script:

    Del Monte 1 - :30 (warm and friendly)

    My granddad built this farm way back in the late 1800s. He had a policy of producing only the finest quality fruits and vegetables. That’s why people began to know and enjoy the name Del Monte. ... Well, today, the farm is mine -- and ya’ know, I still carry on the proud tradition of only the finest fruits and vegetables. DEL MONTE -- only the finest.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Rich Summers's recording

    Just practicing while self isolating..open to feedback of all kinds...good and bad!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Warm, southern style sounds like your forte. Excellent work as usual, only thing I could find was highlighting the word "why" in; That’s why people, seemed a bit unnatural to me, thanks for sharing that.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback, RYoung. Have a great weekend!

    ~Rich

    Peer Feedback:

    To my ear that sounds like the perfect voice style for this script. I would agree with RYoung about the minor fix for "That's why people..." Otherwise you nailed it!

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    Alexander the Great

    Script:

    In a world where dynasties were unshakable, one man, driven by a desperate need to prove
    himself to his people, hungered for acceptance, power and world domination. Just when it
    seemed he had everything, Alexander journeyed one step too far and fell into a trap so primitive
    that it was beyond the design of his own gods. A king's dream... a philosopher's legacy... a
    prince's fate was in their hands. Alexander the Great, coming to theatres everywhere, August
    2020.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear RYoung's recording

    All comments and feedback are welcome, thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hello, good job.
    I love how you started- One thing I noticed is when you say "one man driven" you forget the comma and it is important. should be "one man, driven by.." Also maybe be more suspensful with like "alexander journeyed too far and fell into a trap" I would put some wait and some suspense in that. Other than that really good job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the comment Sherylann good point on the comma, in trying to make it flow and not be too choppy I blew right by it. thanks.

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    NIKE

    Script:

    It's a mindset. A focus. A deep seated spirit. It's an inner strength to keep your feet planted firmly on the ground, no matter what presses against you. It's confidence. It's belief. It's a way of life. It's Nike.

    58 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Lucas Salas's recording

    More practice. I know I have some background noise. I am building a studio bit by bit, so that will get better. I am wondering what you can tell me about my performance, likes and dislikes, so that I may improve. Thanks all!

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    Peer Feedback:

    . Good recording quality and performance.
    Why not try reading this a little slower, or more relaxed? For example, "It's a mindset...(breathe, and be calm with the key important words you want emphasis on)
    I didn't notice any background noises
    hope this helps

    Peer Feedback:

    I think you have a strong authority voice. In some instances I imagined you doing a men's shaving product or fitness commercial. However, like Superluke said you might want to try to slow it down, which will also add more confidence. I also didn't notice background noise.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Lucas. This was really great. What I have to offer is that it seems like you're speaking to no one. You might practice addressing something. It's a really inspirational message. I wonder what you'd sound like if there was the urgency of delivering that message TO someone.

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    Cancer Battle

    Script:

    My wife, Elizabeth, always thought Dr. Kent took excellent care of her. I remember the day she received a call from him telling her that the results from the Pap smear performed during her first prenatal visit came back equivocal--basically unclear. Since Elizabeth had no family history of cancer, and because she knew she was in such great hands, she really wasn’t too concerned, and planned to return to Dr. Kent’s office for a repeat Pap in five months – at her first postpartum visit. She returned for the visit as scheduled and saw Rebecca-- Dr. Kent’s nurse practitioner. Since no one had told Elizabeth that she couldn’t have a Pap done while she was on her period, she had to reschedule her appointment. I don’t think Elizabeth was ever told how imperative it was for her to reschedule her appointment as soon as possible, otherwise she would have. She was so laid back and calm about the need to repeat the Pap smear – if only they had stressed the importance of rescheduling her appointment as soon as possible. Elizabeth lost her battle with cancer a few months later. I keep asking myself, why did this have to happen?

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear divamom's recording

    Please comment on my voice, sound quality, pronunciation and whatever else you think may help me to improve. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate it!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice and tone (but not accent) remind me of my mother-in-law; I know that doesn't mean anything to you, but it took a second listen because the similarity threw me the first time through.

    The first couple of sentences sound like they had unnatural pauses, which smoothed out over the rest of your read. Also, I would have put more emotion into "why did this have to happen?" -- it came off flat and almost disaffected, and I think it should either head towards anguished or defeated so it closes with more impact.

    Your diction is clear and the sound is clean. Keep it up!

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    Businessmen Heroes

    Script:

    Businessmen Heroes
    50 years ago, businessmen were folk heroes. You and I may think the first Henry Ford was an eccentric with a distinctly comic side -- but our grandfathers didn’t. At the turn of the century, a certain class of business figure enjoyed a degree of public admiration that Americans of that period offered to very few of their politicians. Over the years, but especially since World War II, that unqualified admiration has evaporated. The trouble has little to do with the conduct of business, and everything to do with the present stage of American technology.

    44 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear divamom's recording

    Please comment on my sound, voice, pronunciation and anything else that you think would be useful for me. Thank you for your time!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi divamom

    I liked it. Very nicely read. The only thing I would say is that at times it seemed a little rushed. I would recommend going a little slower and pause for a little longer. It goes a long way. Well done!

    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice voice quality and recording. I feel like the read was rushed and that it would be best to slow down, take a few moments to pause and engage with your listener, make them aware about what you have to say
    hope this helps,
    -SL

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    Lucky Man

    Script:

    Lucky Man – A memoir by Michael J. Fox

    Chapter One - A Wake-up Call
Gainseville, Florida – November 1990

    I woke to find the message in my left hand. It had me trembling. It wasn’t a fax, telegram, memo, or the usual sort of missive bringing disturbing news. In fact, my hand held nothing at all. The trembling was the message.

    
I was feeling a little disoriented. I’d only been shooting the movie in Florida for a week or so, and the massive, pink-laquered, four-poster bed surrounded by the pastel hues of the University Center Hotel’s Presidential Suite still came as a bit of a shock each morning.


    It was Tuesday morning, so while I couldn’t recall the exact details of the previous night’s debauchery, it was a pretty safe bet that it had something to do with Monday Night Football. In those first few seconds of consciousness, I didn’t know what time it was, but I could be fairly certain that I hadn’t overslept. If I was needed on set, there would have been a phone call from my assistant, Brigette.

    If I had to leave the hotel at 10:00 A.M., let’s say, she would have called at 9:30, again at 9:40, then finally at 9:50 she would have taken the elevator from her floor up to mine, let herself into my room, propelled me to the shower, and slipped into the kitchen to brew a pot of coffee.

    None of this having transpired, I knew I had at least a few minutes.
    Even with the lights off, blinds down, and drapes pulled, an offensive amount of light still filtered into the room. Eyes clenched shut, I placed the palm of my left hand across the bridge of my nose in a weak attempt to block the glare.

    A moth’s wing—or so I though—fluttered against my right cheek. I opened my eyes, keeping my hand suspended an inch or two in front of my face so I could finger-flick the little beastie across the room. That’s when I noticed my pinkie. It was trembling, twitching, auto-animated. How long this had been going on I wasn’t exactly sure. But now that I noticed it, I was surprised to discover that I couldn’t stop it.
    Weird—maybe I slept on it funny. Five or six times in rapid succession I pumped my left hand into a fist, followed by a vigorous shaking out. Interlocking the fingers of each hand steeple-style with their opposite number, I lifted them up and over behind my head and pinned them to the pillow.


    Tap. Tap. Tap. Like a moisture-free Chinese water torture, I could feel a gentle drumming at the back of my skull. If it was trying to get my attention, it had succeeded. I withdrew my left hand from behind my head and held it in front of my face, steadily, with fingers splayed—like the bespectacled X-ray glasses geek in the old comic book ad. I didn’t have to see the underlying skeletal structure; the information I was looking for was right there in the flesh; a thumb, three stock-still fingers, and out there on the lunatic fringe, a spastic pinkie.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Voices of Bloom's recording

    Trying out workflows in Adobe Audition, this was quick and a bit dirty, but it's time to jump in and get some feedback.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice is impressive! And I like your interpretation of the script; however, you have a constant echo in the background that is very distracting. I hope you can fix that. I find everything else great. Nice job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks so much! I didn't do much post-processing, and I need some acoustic treatment for my studio; strangely, I don't hear the echo myself, but I do hear mouth noise. I've got to do more fiddling with mic settings and stay hydrated. Hopefully, between that and learning my recording software better, the audio quality will improve quickly.

    Peer Feedback:

    You have a very natural, deep, smooth voice. It sounds like it's effortless for you! As you work on pacing, you would probably be suited well for these long reads. I think listeners would find your voice comforting. I also noticed the mouth noises. However, I think this is the kind of read that exposes them the most.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks! I was mostly on auto-pilot, mainly the difference is recording instead of doing it for a live audience (whether individuals, like my kids, or groups, typically a one-off, maybe the odd speech or ancient-history poetry reading), so I'm going to have to pay more attention to how I'm reading if I do more long-form stuff. Ironically, my wife is an English teacher and has sometimes read the same thing aloud for five classes daily, so she's probably better than I am, except that she's used to pausing to explain things to students.

    I've got no idea where to start self-directing for a book read, I can't really gauge the target audience for pacing or enunciation (children? ESL learners? UK vs. US pronunciation?), but I'm sure I'll figure this out if I don't go corporate or commercial.

    Our lovely pandemic has my attention split; I should be working on this more, but the house is full of people and quiet is hard to come by, if you know what I mean. Sorry I'm verbose, thanks for hanging with me.

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    Petsmart Furminator Deshedding

    Script:

    Are you left with a mountain of fur whenever you pet your pooch? Hey, shed happens. Let our grooming professionals help reduce your pet's shedding and give you a break with our Furminator deshedding service. PetSmart, where pets are family.

    47 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Jack Ryder's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice natural delivery and inflections were great.I hear some background noise but all that technical stuff is easy compared to delivery.

    Peer Feedback:

    Very smooth. Seemed very natural. I'm impressed. A little background noise, but the performance itself was flawless. Excellent job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Love the delivery except I can't help but to think you're leading into a dirty joke when you read "you pet your pooch" :P You might want to dial back the punch on that line and let it run more smoothly. Otherwise I really love the 'regular guy' youthful sound you've got going on. The tone comes across non-judgmental if that makes sense. I think listeners would connect with you.

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    Go you! Go Daddy.

    Script:

    Running your own business running you ragged? Go Daddy can help. With memorable domains, website design, online marketing and 24-7 expert advice. You can do it...correction...you can kill it. Go you. Go Daddy.

    50 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Jack Ryder's recording

    All comments are welcome!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I think you have a really good voice. The emphasis, however, I would have put it elsewhere - like correction should have been more emphasized and also the word kill since it's what makes the difference. Other than that, your sound is excellent and everything else is great! Nice job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Well done. I've done this script before. You have a very natural sound which is very pleasant on the ear. On this particular script, put a little more emphasis on the word "kill", and pause just a beat more domains, website design, etc) this way, it gives the listener a moment more to think about what you're saying. Delivery very nice. Just those two small adjustments. Keep at it!

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    Security script

    Script:

    "For far too long, companies have bolted security products onto their network. This approach has resulted in massive complexity and costs, and is overstressing the network and the ability for companies to keep ahead of rapidly evolving security threats and compliance requirements.

    52 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mahoneybill's recording

    been a bit.. am i sounding confident?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great recording over all, however I noticed it only plays through the left side whenever I used my headphones.

    Peer Feedback:

    great performance and recording quality, and nice delivery. It was well-paced. I wasn't hearing a ton of confidence though.
    hope this comment and critique help,
    -SL

    Peer Feedback:

    Great pacing and quality recording. I thought you exuded just enough confidence without coming across overbearing. To me your voice matches the subject matter which allows you to sound like an expert.

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    Honda Hybrid

    Script:

    With the Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid
    the end of your battery charge isn’t the end of the world
    It runs on electric and has gas if you need it
    for a range rating of 340 miles
    The all new Clarity Plug-in hybrid from Honda

    46 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Mahlik Johnson's recording

    Just looking for general direction/feedback. Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great clarity

    Peer Feedback:

    Sounded a little monotone but overall great recording!

    Peer Feedback:

    very nice clarity and performance Mahlik. There was nice delivery with your voice, reading the commercial. Aside from being a little bit monotone, I'd say you did a good job.
    keep it up and practicing. Hope this helps,
    -SL

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    Dishonored: Outsider first meeting

    Script:

    Dishonored: Outsider first meeting
    Hello, Corvo. Your life has taken a turn, has it not? The Empress is dead, her precious daughter Emily is lost somewhere in the city, and you will play a pivotal role in the days to come. For this, I have chosen you and drawn you into the Void. I am the Outsider, and this is my Mark. There are forces in the world and beyond the world, great forces that men call "magic", and now these forces will serve your will. Use this new-found power, my gift to you. Come find me.

    In the days that follow, your trials will be great, Corvo. Seek the ancient runes bearing my mark, in the lonely places of your world and at shrines raised in my name. These runes will grant you powers beyond those of other men. To help you find these runes I give you this: the Heart of a living thing, molded by my hands. With this heart, you will hear many secrets, and it will guide you toward my runes, no matter how they may be hidden. Listen to the Heart now, and find another rune.

    How you use what I have given you falls upon you, as it has to the others before you. And now, I return you to your world, but know that I will be watching with great interest.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear RYoung's recording

    All comments welcome

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    Peer Feedback:

    I actually played Dishonored recently and I really like your take on The Outsider (He's one of my favorite characters). I did notice through out the recording your tone shifted back and forth a bit. For example you started off a bit condescending and then when you said "and this is my mark" you started sounding more playful, then on the last half started sounding more like the Outsiders original stern tone.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback Jack. I believe you're right I have also listen to the character. I believe he's younger than I am with a Stern take you're right. I guess I was trying to put my own interpretation of it instead of copying his.

    Peer Feedback:

    As always I enjoy your work RYoung!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks BlackAdam I loved your take as well very dramatic!

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    Maybelline Moisture Lipstick

    Script:

    New Moisture Lipstick from Maybelline actually boosts the moisture level of lips. All day. So color stays luscious. And if that doesn’t seduce you, the formula is vitamin enriched. So the more you use it, the smoother your lips become. In 36 shades of reds, browns, and pales to lust after. Maybelline Moisture Lipstick does for your lips what the French did for the kiss.

    48 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear penn.deahna's recording

    I'm new & currently learning to use the Audacity software, using the Focusrite 2i2 Microphone ...

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    Peer Feedback:

    You have a a wonderful voice for a product such as this. You appear to be a tad to deliberate with the script though -- focused too much on every word.

    If you and a friend were talking, and she asked you about this product, how would you say it to her? You would be smooth, and conversational. You have this script -- you understand this script! Just be you! Your voice is dynamic and strong.

    Your software is fine..

    Peer Feedback:

    I agree with mahoneybill. overall your read was good, but it sounded stiff. Also as far as Audacity goes your use of the software itself seems fine but the audio only comes through on the left side when listening through headphones.

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    Operation Hope

    Script:

    Operation Hope is the product of the creative energies of thousands of citizens. Representatives from churches, synagogues, businesses, and schools come together to help our neediest neighbors. Operation Hope provides emergency food pantry for families, shelter for homeless families, community kitchens, and supportive services. The services we provide do bring hope to shattered lives, and make real the possibility of recovery, restoration, and stability. Lives are touched. Hope is alive.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear SteveVO's recording

    Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Steve... I could've sworn I heard you voice on a few podcasts my wife listens to. I don't really know what to say. You should be doing what I wrote in my first line. There would be ton of work I think.

    I guess if I'm being nit picky.. Lives are touched. Hope is alive -- don't push those lines so hard..

    You really have the straight ahead voice that a lot are looking for..

    Best

    Peer Feedback:

    Mahoneybill, you are very kind. I'm not on any podcasts, but you're feedback is very much appreciated.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Steve,

    I really like your read! Just by the nature of the script, it sounds like you really believe in and support Operation Hope! I agree with mahoneybill that you sound very familiar! You give a comforting feel to the read and it is very calming and reassuring. If you replay your second "Operation Hope" from the first one, it sounds more hopeful! The first one invites me to think deeply about the significance and the gravitas of the organization Operation Hope, if that was the intention. If not, perhaps inflect "Hope" to sound more "hopeful" and bright. I liked the pacing of churches, synagogues and schools. Perhaps consider the inflection of each in the way you did the second list. The second list, beginning with "emergency food pantry," has much more variety of inflection. You did inflect "and schools" in the first one which was appealing. I would suggest "recovery, restoration and stability" sound more hopeful. I really liked "lives are touched." I think you nailed that as well as Hope is alive! Cheers!

    Peer Feedback:

    Awesome job SteveVO, that was an excellent performance and recording

    Peer Feedback:

    Great job, Steve. Real...and easy to listen to. Nice read. Congratulations!

    ~Rich

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    Blue Diamond Almond Milk

    Script:

    At Almond Breeze, we only use California grown Blue Diamond almonds in our
    almond milk. And we’re proud of that. But the whole caring and nurturing part?
    That idea we borrowed from nature. Blue Diamond Almond Breeze, the best
    almonds make the best almond milk.

    46 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear rogue1's recording

    A raw home recording to continue my practice of recording/posting/getting feedback. Working on sounding “present”, engaging, and conversational/personal. All comments welcome—thanks for taking the time to listen!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice read. I believe you have the conversational and natural delivery down quite well. My only comment would be 2 pick up slightly on the intensity or tone. Especially when you highlight the company name as they're the client they obviously want their name highlighted weather it be slowing down or inflicting as you say their name.
    Thanks for sharing that.

    Peer Feedback:

    good job rogueone, I enjoyed your performance and the recording

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    Desolation of Smaug

    Script:

    Well, thief! I smell you, I hear your breath, I feel your air. Where are you?

    Where are you?

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Rich Summers's recording

    Ahhhh....the things we do while "self Isolating" Just playing around with FX and settings in Adobe Audition. Channeled my inner "Benedict Cumberbatch" for this one...

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    Peer Feedback:

    pretty cool. Seems like a fun piece to produce.

    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds realistic enough, very close to Benedict. But I felt like the music is too loud and distracting the listeners from your voice performance.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback! Always appreciated! Stay safe and healthy!
    ~Rich

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    The Fly and The Flea

    Script:

    " Fly and the Flea"

    " A fly and a flea flew into a flue. Said the fly to the flea "What should we do?" "Let us fly" said the flea. Said the fly" shall we flee?" So they flew through the flaw in flue.

    50 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Rich Summers's recording

    Just practicing character "story telling" skills and working on mouth and tongue dexterity.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Out of the three reads, I liked the first read the best. The pacing and energy of the first read fit the copy the best. In addition the recording quality sounds good. Good job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Excellent reading, Rich! Superb quality! I love the choice of script and the variety of reads! Very clear and crisp sound, plus excellent mic placement and equipment. I would definitely pay for each of those recordings if I needed them. Really well done!

    Peer Feedback:

    Awesome performance! Rhymes and you do an excellent keeping consistent, without getting tongue tied

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback! Always appreciated! Stay safe and healthy!
    ~Rich

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    Concert Promotion

    Script:

    Judas Priest is back, August 14th at the Giant Center in Hershey. Expierience the drumming thunder of Scott Travis, the looming rhythm of basist Ian Hill and the power of KK Downing and Glenn Tiptons dueling guitars.Combined with the lyrical mastercism of the one and only, Rob Halford. From a griddy smoke filled industrial town in Birmingham England Judas Priest was formed...At that moment..Metal was born. The cinematic stage presence of Judas Priest has entertained millions all over the world, Bang your head to over 4 decades of metal mayhem when Judas Priest takes the stage at the Giant Center, August 14th, to proclaim their legacy as true metal gods. Get your tickets at the Hershey box office by calling 534-3911 thats 534-3911 or on the web at www.giantcenter.com.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ekbugel's recording

    I don't have a proper microphone, or other equipment, yet. I'm just speaking into my computer, so please, JUST PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON THE PERFORMANCE. Thanks.

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    Peer Feedback:

    This was actually super fun. You honestly kinda remind me of Redd Pepper for some reason. Maybe your way of speech was similar although nobody's voice can actually get as low as his LOL. I love that ending "Get your tickets at the Hershey box office by calling 534-3911 thats 534-3911 or on the web at www.giantcenter.com." too. I find it hilarious how you actually did that, it was great. The pacing was perfect all around including the ending. Overall I'd give you a 10/10 but I'm not a critic so I'll leave that part for someone else haha

    Peer Feedback:

    I thought it was cool

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    Concert Promotion

    Script:

    Judas Priest is back, August 14th at the Giant Center in Hershey. Expierience the drumming thunder of Scott Travis, the looming rythm of basist Ian Hill and the power of KK Dowling and Glenn Tiptons dueling guitars.Combined with the lyrical mastercism of the one and only, Rob Halford. From a griddy smoke filled industrial town in Birmingham England Judas Priest was formed...At that moment..Metal was born. The cinematic stage presence of Judas Priest has entertained millions all over the world, Bang your head to over 4 decades of metal mayhem when Judas Priest takes the stage at the Giant Center,August 14th,to proclaim their legacy as true metal gods.Get your tickets at the Hershey box office by calling 534-3911 thats 534-3911 or on the web at www.giantcenter.com.

    49 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear NewbiVoiceGuy72's recording

    Never had any of my work critiqued. Just wondering what peers think. If it sucks, let me know what I can improve upon. If it's just OK, what can I do to make it great?

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-180963/script-recording-110234.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi NewbiVG!

    Well, kudos to you for taking the first plunge and putting yourself out there. That can be scary for sure! Ziz Ziglar said..."you don't have to be great to start, but you have to start, to be great!" So congratulations on stepping into the deep end.

    Concert spots are a tough haul. Their one job is to inform fans and to generate ticket sales for the promoter. They have to bring out that "F Yeah!" feeling in listeners and fans.

    Concert spots also have to be entertaining and listenable to those people who aren't going to go or buy tickets.

    That said, if you go to iSpot,tv and do a search on concert spots, you'll get several examples of concert spots. I would suggest you spend time watching and viewing those. Dissect how they put those spots together. How and where the VO artist emphasizes, hypes, enunciates, etc.

    You've got a great voice, so I can't help but feel there's a "rock concert spot god" sleeping in there, somewhere. Let it out...cut loose and have fun!

    Keep up the great work, and persevere! Stay safe and healthy!
    ~Rich

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