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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Gary Mehlbrech's recording

    I just wanted to try my radio voice!!

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    Turks and Caicos-Test

    Script:

    For everyone who has ever dreamed of getting away from it all and finding a tropical hideaway far removed from all the hustle, bustle of modern life-the Turks & Caicos is that rarest of discoveries, a true island escape. Envision 230 miles of sandy white beachfront, gently lapped by some of the clearest, aquamarine seas in the entire universe. Revel in the warmth of the sun and discover new shades of turquoise as you gaze at the ever shimmering waters, close your eyes and let the cool sea breezes caress you and embrace the state of complete relaxation you've been seeking for so long.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear karenpillans@att.net's recording

    I am new trying voice-overs so any advice would be great!!

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    Peer Feedback:

    You have a soothing voice. The volume was a bit low but not terrible. The pause between the words the and hustle, bustle did disrupt the flow of that sentence and made the focus of it the to word the. Also same thing between the word gaze and at near the end. Finally you may not want to hit the word "complete" quite as hard in the last sentence. I think you are doing well though for being new. You did not sound like you were reading a script.

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    Demo Recording:

    Click to hear mjbenz_voiceoverdude's recording

    Trying to break a 20+ year radio habit. I've got too much audio, what I like isn't necessarily what the client likes, doubting everything, reaching out only AFTER spending more than I would like on pay-to-play sites with little result...HELP!! Hoping I'm ready to approach agencies & other groups that are NOT pay-to-play. This is just a dry demo of audio that I am putting in the latest "dry" demo. Seems that is requested a lot. Also have what I call my 'sizzle reel' that I would also like feedback on. Hopefully that can happen! If I am sending out crap, my results should be crap...I don't want that to happen. THANK YOU!!!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Quality sounds very clean! Your voice tone is wonderfully clear and deep. Good choice to use more difficult to pronounce words (kawasaki). I would add a bit of a pause between the different clips. It took me a minute to realize the copy was not for the same project. Best of luck!

    Peer Feedback:

    Having spent more than 30 years in the box (radio) myself, I understand your plight. Though your recording quality is good and your voice is magnificent, I'm not sure you gave much thought to copy interpretation as it pertains to today's voice over. You've done a good job of 'radio' production here. I've been working on my conversational read for over 4 years now and my learned behavior still creeps in from time to time. Work with coaches to mellow things out and begin speaking to ONE person, telling them the story. Even though there is still the occasional request for the announcer, most specs state or imply conversational. I can't wait to hear the 'real person' YOU. You can do it...there is help.

    Peer Feedback:

    So this demo is a 100% radio DJ/announcer reel, IMO. You're only missing all the imaging FX.
    I almost never see "pro radio commercial" in any spec of any casting call - P2P or agency. As a matter of fact, at least 90% warn against "announcery" sounding -- and most commercial announcers can't hold a candle to a full blown radio DJ voice.
    So, if you're trying to sound "personable, guy-next-door"...it might be pretty tough. You should get some honest, unvarnished feedback from a coach or even here on the forum. If you get a response from James Romick, then your get the real thing.

    That's my free advice - you get what you pay for! ;-)

    DS.

    Peer Feedback:

    Huge voice! From what I hear, they like an everyday voice..
    Sounds great to me though!

    Peer Feedback:

    OK, Dave. Since you called me out. Here's my 2c.

    I agree with Dave. All that's missing are the radio imaging FX for station promos. It's big and bold and in-your-face. And not in vogue at the moment in the commercial VO market.

    Making the transition to VO from a broadcast background is really tough. You have a LOT of bad habits to break. And the biggest one is in that swoopy-announcer delivery. "Normal" people don't talk like that.

    Yes, there is still a call for this Big Radio Announcer Sound - but it has very limited appeal for commercials and narration. It's more of a caricature than "conversational". Overly exaggerated. The buzz word now is, "Real".

    So, how do you talk to a friend over a cup of coffee sitting at the counter in a diner?

    First of all, find out what your "type" is. Lawyer? Doctor? Guy Next Door? Work-a-day Joe? A Professional? Funny Guy? Serious Guy? And on and on. You may fit more than one of these. Then exploit it. Put cuts on your demo that reflect those guys. A car guy. A booze guy. An insurance guy. A handyman guy. And on and on. Things that reflect who you are and what you're interested in.

    What "story" is the copy telling? All commercial copy tells a story - in 10, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90 seconds.

    "Tell me. Don't sell me." Great advice that I've gotten from coaches. There is still a "hard sell" type of commercial. But most sell you a service or product in more subtle ways. And the "structure" or "formula" of the "story" is very similar:

    Setup - Identify the problem or question.
    Exposition or Information - what the product or service does
    Solution or Resolution
    Tag and/or Slogan

    And you're that friend that's going to deliver this story to me. JUST TO ME.

    There is a very prominent VO coach who used to carry a Big Ear as a prop and stick it right behind the mic. The delivery is more "intimate" than it used to be - less about the voice and more about the story.

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    First Tee

    Script:

    The First Tee is a youth sports organization whose mission is to grow the game of golf by transforming the experience that kids and families have with the sport. Since its inception in 1997, the organization has provided programs that introduce kids to the game of golf, teach The First Tee Nine Core Values and positively impact their lives. Reaching more than 5 million kids annually, The First Tee offers programs in all 50 states. Visit thefirsttee.org to learn more.

    58 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mahoneybill's recording

    Recording quality i know is echoey. I'm more interested in the performance. I come from radio so I tend to be very selly.. I am trying to get over that, but it isn't easy.

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    Peer Feedback:

    You have clear and easily understandable diction which I am sure comes from your radio experience. The first two sentences up to 1997 seemed rushed but then you did slow the pace which was better. I don't think you sounded selly. I think just slowing down a touch, but don't make it draggy would put it right where it needs to be.

    Thank you for your comments on mine as well. I haven't totally soundproofed my space yet. If you can check out my animation practice called Fluffy. I think I am leaning towards that.

    Peer Feedback:

    I agree that your voice sounds great but it seemed rushed. Are you trying to reach kids? Maybe a little more on their level and the parents. Slowing down will help...I missed the important details.

    Peer Feedback:

    your read seemed rushed, and really linear. Like your voice had almost no inflection at all. I read the script as a "feel good" kids/family/sports kind of spot, which deserves
    a heart-felt delivery. I think the list part ("Since it's inception....) is a real opportunity to make this program shine by outlining it's community service awesomeness.

    Just my 2c.

    cheers,
    DS

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    Ace Brand Lawn & Garden

    Script:

    You know, Ace Brand lawn and garden supplies are made with a satisfaction guarantee.

    Because all the talk in the world doesn’t matter if you can’t back it up.

    Ace Brand

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear pscoldfire's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Nice stuff. Clarity and reading sounds good. I did hear a touch of an East Coast accent, which may not be here or there. Your recording quality works real well too.

    Peer Feedback:

    Good ear! You are correct; I am on the East Coast.
    (I've noticed that I often soften or drop my dental d's and t's, especially at the ends of words. Trying to break that habit)
    Thanks for the feedback mahoneybill!

    Peer Feedback:

    I thought it was good....clear, concise and with the right amount of emotion.

    Peer Feedback:

    I am very impressed. Nice sound. Clear easy to understand vocals. I think you did a terrific job.

    Peer Feedback:

    Nice! I got nothing!

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    Advantage Technology

    Script:

    Welcome to Advantage Technology Incorporated and to the excitement and challenges of a growing business. As a new employee, your job is important to us. Your success is an important factor in the success of this company. This software is designed to offer you accurate information about company policies and procedures, benefit packages, performance reviews, training, and education opportunities.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ozfan's recording

    Somehow I chose the wrong script with my audio. So here is take 2 with the correct script. My coach asked me to try narration. Please let me know what you think. I am new and learning so much

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    Peer Feedback:

    There was tad of an echo in the recording, which to me is nothing big, because you are practicing. My assumption is if this was a job recording it would be perfect. I liked your recording, which I believe I've heard a similar voice at companies I've worked at. Think about who you are talking too. Is this a group of employees or just one?

    Peer Feedback:

    I thought it was a great reading. Only concern were the "S"'s came over a little strong. I felt you were targeting a corporation so the recording came over that way and it was easy to understand.

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    Young Living Essential Oils

    Script:

    Thank you for calling Young Living Essential Oils
    If you know your party’s extension, please dial it now.
    To repeat this menu at any time, press 9.
    For Order tracking, press 1.
    For Sales, press 2
    For Human Resources, press 3.
    To hear this menu again, press 9.
    To speak with an operator, press 4 or stay on the line.

    43 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear MasonSVO's recording

    Just trying to see what I can do better on this telephony piece

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    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds great my friend

    Peer Feedback:

    Smile! Inflect more! Be happy to talk to us!
    Some words were forced. Smooth out your delivery more.
    Audible plosives on each "press". Speak off-axis on the mic, and maybe put a bit more distance between you and the mic.

    Not bad overall though. Just work on those and you'll be more solid.

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    Discovery Channel - Everest: Beyond the Limit

    Script:

    How does it feel to climb Everest? Breathe through a straw and climb one hundred flights of stairs. It’s just like that. Except you have frostbite, you’re dehydrated and fighting hypothermia. Maybe even hallucinating. Why would five amateur climbers go through all this? Find out in the most intense climb ever caught on film. Everest: Beyond the Limit. An all-new series starts Tuesday November 14th at 10 pm. Let’s all discover how far we can go. Discovery Channel.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear AG's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    My first comment is that it feels really rushed, try slowing down the tempo at which you are going through each phrase. Also it seems very flat when the text is showing that there is some emotion that needs put into it. Really drive home the feeling of what it would be like and the possible consequences of climbing Everest. I think your recording quality is good and the tone of your voice is what this needed. I think more flexability in tempo and emotion will take the piece to the next level.

    Peer Feedback:

    Agreeing with Mason that the delivery is too rushed and flat.

    Slow it down to create emphasis and let the words sink in. Let the viewer absorb each word in the sentence.
    Read it slower than you think it should be. (I'm a fast talker too)

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    Jelly Belly

    Script:

    There’s a world of flavor
    in every jelly belly
    jelly bean
    Enjoy the adventure
    kids mix
    20 flavors
    kids love

    52 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear childsa_2000's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Pro
    I thought good pacing

    Con
    There is a distracting noise over your words, I am not skilled enough to say too much technically but the overall background noise is picked up and then when you edit there are spaces where the noise drops so the noise is only over your words.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Childsa_2000. I like you voice. I see you want feed back on recording quality. There was a lot of noise. I don't know what your set up is but each time you spoke the noise was more prominent. It is also very soft. You have a very pleasant voice and it is soothing. For this one maybe add a bit more excitement about the product to really pull the audience in.

    Peer Feedback:

    the performance was pretty good. I liked it.
    But your sound quality is really bad. Good news - that can be fixed pretty easily with a reasonable recording space, an ok mic, and free software.
    You should get the sound up to snuff as your next step, in my opinion.

    Cant wait to hear your voice nicely crisp and clear.

    cheers!
    DS.

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    Policy Governance Model

    Script:

    Policy Governance®, an integrated board leadership paradigm created by Dr. John Carver, is a groundbreaking model of governance designed to empower boards of directors to fulfill their obligation of accountability for the organizations they govern. As a generic system, it is applicable to the governing body of any enterprise. The model enables the board to focus on the larger issues, to delegate with clarity, to control management's job without meddling, to rigorously evaluate the accomplishment of the organization; to truly lead its organization.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear 3dibbles's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi, 3D. Thanks for submitting.

    You have a nice resonance to your voice, which comes through without sounding like you're *trying* to produce it. I like that. I do have a concern about the fluidity of your read. It's rather stilted and forced, and not "comfortable." For example, the word "created" doesn't sound natural, but as if halfway through it you had second thoughts, 'cre–AYted.' I would venture to say that you've never pronounced it that way in casual conversation. I realize that the material in this script isn't by its nature exactly 'conversational,' but it needs to sound more like it than this take does. Try sitting down with a friend and speaking it to them as if the words came from your own thoughts instead of a script. Don't just read it to him off the paper, but look him in the eye as you say it. Maybe your friend, in your shared hallucination, is on the board of a company, and daunted by the legal requirements of serving in that capacity. Help put his mind at ease.

    For the recording quality, there are a couple of issues that would prevent it being usable in most applications and for most customers. First, there is an annoying background hiss that sounds like you've tried to filter it out. If you have, please know that that approach won't work for you. You have to get rid of it so it doesn't get recorded in the first place, otherwise filtering it will also filter your voice so it won't sound natural. Second, there's a fair bit of room reflection that makes it sound 'hollow.' Perhaps you noticed this, and thought it wouldn't matter. It does. And that's even harder—well, let's be honest, impossible—to remove with any kind of processing.

    I would encourage you to keep trying; submit another run at this read, incorporating the above suggestions to make it sound more natural. There's nothing like practice to bring you closer to where you need to be. Just be sure to uncheck the "recording quality" box until you get those issues under control.

    Peer Feedback:

    sound quality isn't competitive. Too much noise, and your voice seemed muffled (need to EQ more high end in - after you get rid of the hiss sound).

    I liked your voice. You have a nice tone and some gravitas - a nice quality to have. But there were some weird inflections in the performance. Hit the brand names and people's names, and leave the remainder further down on the inflection scale.

    When you have a list "to focus...to delegate...to control...to rigorously evaluate..." those are the words to hit and leave the rest uninflected, no matter how tempting it is to emphasize something else that seems important. Make the director force you into more inflection.

    Hope that's helpful.
    cheers,
    DS

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    Should You Visit the Eiffel Tower

    Script:

    On this week’s episode of Join Us in France we celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower. Should you go see it? What’s so great about it? We talk about the man behind it and the technological innovations that made it possible. Elyse also tells us that while some Parisians hated it, most loved it right from the start. We talk about recent improvements that are going to make the Eiffel Tower even better, and why it still takes our breath away. How should you visit the Eiffel Tower? What’s the best vantage point? All of that and more on today’s show. Enjoy!

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear 3dibbles's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds great

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    Kids Explorer Academy Cruz Coronado

    Script:

    Cruz Coronado applies to attend an exclusive school for explorers, the Explorer Academy, where his mother worked before dying in a mysterious lab accident.
    Plunged into a world of critical missions and code breaking, the 12-year-old embarks on a global hunt for a secret formula that could reveal his hidden past. But it might be difficult—especially when you don’t know who you can trust.

    49 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear 3dibbles's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Voice is very clear and strong. I would take a look at where you're breathing/taking pauses; it sounds a bit unnatural. I like the intensity that builds up in the second sentence and it gets cut off when you take the pause after the comma (I'd disregard all the punctuation, actually) and I would try doing the whole line in one breath to build up the suspense even more.

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    Paid Job Recording:

    Click to hear Jareth's recording

    I do recordings when needed for my employer to go along with business-style instructional videos for customers. I'm trying to get a good balance between natural, engaging, and professional. How do you think I am doing? Thanks.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds good

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    Devry University

    Script:

    Devry University
    We aren’t looking for just any college students. We’re looking for the
    fighters.
    The focused. And formidable.
    Ones whose extracurriculars are working and parenting and working some
    more.
    With GPAs that include Grit. Perseverance. Ambition.
    The strongest people in America.
    The kind with heart, and drive, and dreams, who want a university to match.
    Want professors who’ll know them by name,
    see who they can be, believe in what they can do.
    Students who’ve already found themselves,
    and go to college to find a better job. Make a better life.
    Students who want more than a degree on graduation day... they want a
    career.
    If you’re this kind of student you’re our kind of different.
    DeVry University. Different. On purpose.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Steven C's recording

    This is the second take. I am trying to make my readings more casual and natural.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Definitely was casual and natural. Good cadence. I would look for a bit more vocal variety. Long read, well done.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you.

    Peer Feedback:

    I would agree with 3dibbles and add a bit more vocal variety. Make it sound more authoritative. There are a lot of college commercials on lately. I would say listen to those and get a feel for how those VO's are done. I would guess that is what a casting director would be looking for in this case as well.

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    A1 Steak Sauce

    Script:

    With steak, you want to make every bite count. That's why we use A1 Steak Sauce. A1 brings out every single bite of steak, or even hamburger. Mmmmm, delicious. For me, there's only one steak sauce, A1. Because A1 has all the taste that makes every bite count.

    55 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear CRachor's recording

    Newbie here, be gentle or brutal. Lol! I need to be told the truth.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Nice, clear read. I liked the vocal variety. Not sure you want to hit the last word that hard. Good job.

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    7up

    Script:

    7UP Plus with Calcium. Introducing a whole new kind of soft drink. With real fruit juice, 10% of your daily calcium and only 10 calories in every 8 oz. serving, it tastes so good you can feel it in your bones. For great taste with calcium, the only way to go is UP.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mbgibson1's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    The quality of your voice is appealing but since this is a commercial, that is, you're selling a product, I think you need to re-voice this using a lot more energy. Also, boost up the volume. It seems kind of low.

    Peer Feedback:

    Copy interpretation - The volume is so low I could not really hear to give a good critique here.

    Vocal performance (pacing, clarity, emotion, inflection . . . ) - From the bits I could hear, I agree it needs more energy. It can be conversational but still have more excitement.

    Recording quality - Again the volume is extremely low. I have my PC audio at highest level and strained to hear you.

    Mbgibson1 wants feedback on recording quality and performance.

    Peer Feedback:

    It was very hard to hear. I think you need more emotion to keep the listener engaged.

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    Fluffy

    Script:

    My name is Fluffy, except in the rain, which makes me scruffy to my disdain.(HOWL) Help me get my fluffiness back. Click right here to get me on track.

    51 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ozfan's recording

    Based on the feed back for take one, this is take 2. I tightened it up based on comments on my previous recording and also put a howl instead of meow as I realize this is a dog not a cat. Please comment on this one.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Wonderful read for a children's book. Sound quality is very good. Excellent howl!

    Peer Feedback:

    I like it. It sounds like when you press an audio recording for a stuffed animal. The pacing was good. It made me smile.

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    Fluffy

    Script:

    My name is Fluffy, except in the rain, which makes me scruffy to my disdain.(HOWL) Help me get my fluffiness back. Click right here to get me on track.

    34 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ozfan's recording

    Trying a new genre based on coaching and the coach suggesting I try character voice over as well. Let me know what you think.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Lovely cartoon character voice! Great for animation. Sounds, though, as if you were reading, not speaking naturally. Try for more flow in the sentences, rather than chopping up the sentences, for a more natural, conversational read.

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    Demo Recording:

    Click to hear Eliz's recording

    The voice on this demo would be for a video game or animation character.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very sinister sound. I play some video games and could definitely hear that type of character voice in a game. Slight plosive at the very beginning on the first hard P. Maybe read a bit slow. Make it flow a bit more. But really nice sound to the character.

    Peer Feedback:

    I really liked this recording! While listening, I was easily able to picture the scenario and type of character you could be trying to portray. I will admit that the pacing was just a little slow to where you lost some of the intensity at the end. Other than that though, great work!

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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 DavidWandelt's recording

    This is such a great script, I just had to take a run at it. (Mary Lynn Wissner actually used this with me earlier this year.) Scripts like this should be *fun* to record. If it's not fun, try a different read, I say! :-)

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    Peer Feedback:

    Excellent performance and sound quality; fun to listen to. Maybe it got a bit manic toward the end but that would be my only issue. Great job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Ah, thanks Eliz. I did notice this time around, listening on my headphones, that there's a couple of places I got a little clipping. Should have backed off a bit on my mic gain for this one!

    Peer Feedback:

    You have a great voice. I hear a slight accent. Sounds like from eastern US but it felt good with the copy. Some of it felt a bit rushed. I am new to VO, not sure if you are. In the coaching, the instructors have said that if you put a little bit longer pause but not too long that gives the engineer license to tighten it up where as adding space is more difficult. It is hard to know exactly how fast to be. I tend to be too slow I think.

    Overall though you made it interesting and I like the chuckle towards the end too.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback, ozfan. I tend to slip into that “eastern U.S.” dialect whenever I do a ‘wiseguy’ read, which this one kind of is. Something for me to work on.

    It *is* hard to know pacing, unless of course you’re given a target duration. Then you pace whatever feels as natural as possible under that constraint. The main thing is that it has to feel natural, not rushed nor stretched. Being in the eastern U.S., I tend to run a little faster, I suspect.

    Peer Feedback:

    I think the sound quality was good and clear. The read had nice emotion and kept me engaged. I actually loved the accent, it made it feel more conversational for me.

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    Social Security

    Script:

    Whether you’re young or old, male or female, single or with a family – this video is for and about you. That’s because Social Security has programs that affect everybody. This presentation was prepared by the Social Security Administration and tells you what you need to know about Social Security while still working and what you need to know when it’s your turn to collect benefits. It also provides an overview of Medicare and Supplemental Security Income benefits.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear DavidWandelt's recording

    Decided it was about time to try a fully produced track. I know what I think of it; how about you? Thanks for your feedback.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Wonderful. The tone of voice and choice of music was so appropriate;very smooth all the way through.

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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 vobyriya's recording

    Is the read conversational? Trying to achieve that conversational tone.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like your laid back voice to this script. You committed yourself to it through the whole script. However, let’s change things up a bit and look at where a change in laid back could be a change in the lightbulb goes on and a little bit of an “a-ha” moment occurs. Maybe it’s at the point of “Well, check out 7-11.” Change in tone and a bit of excitement. It may add to the “conversational” feel you are striving for. Having a “pre-conversation” also will add to the tone you want. For example, the line “Think of it as...” could have a pre-conversation of (“in fact”) think of it as ... which brings you closer to having a personal feel to it. Great script to have fun with. You did great.

    Peer Feedback:

    This is a script to have fun with, IMHO. The references to dog biscuits and a three-alarm fire are the tip-off. And of course don't overlook the "turn" that waynes7 mentions in his feedback. There's room for everybody in the pool, but I'm thinking the writer really had in mind something light-hearted, so please take another run at it, this time with your tongue firmly planted within your cheek! (Apologies, but I just had to record this one, too. Try listening to my take to get a feel for what I'm talking about.)

    For recording quality, I hear some rumble in the background (this time of year, is it central A/C?), and also a little bit of room reflection. It's not too bad; I could barely hear it until I put my headphones on, but it's definitely there. The sound quality of your voice per-se is pretty good; nothing to change, there.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great inflections throughout. I did hear it as relaxed and conversational. Almost comfortable and very calm. I liked the pacing, clarity of speaking each word but also kept it moving.

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    Airwick Airwaves

    Script:

    This is Nick. This is Nora. This is Nick’s nose. This is Nora’s nose. Nick’s nose likes a little air freshener. Nora’s nose likes a lot. Their noses didn’t know what to do. Until their nosy neighbor Ned told them about new improved Airwick Airwaves. Airwaves have a low setting for Nick’s nose and a refreshing, room filling scent for Nora’s Nose. Now Nick and Nora’s noses can live in harmony.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear vobyriya's recording

    Looking to see if the read is conversational.

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    Peer Feedback:

    This script has a tendency to take on a sing-song effect. However, you handled it very nicely and I didn’t hear that at all. Your pacing was good, as well as your clarity of many repetitive words. It did sound conversational and your consistent pacing helped. One suggestion would be to increase the tempo when getting to the neighbor segment. Then return back to the original pacing for the ending segment. Nice job.

    Peer Feedback:

    Yes, it was conversations. Fun to listen to, clear and crisp. Great pronunciations of the names and flow of the text. You are not a beginner! Great read.

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    Beethoven

    Script:

    Beethoven
    Of all the hundreds of symphonies that have been composed, none can rival in popularity or emotional interest the nine great symphonic works that Beethoven wrote. Beethoven took music off the pedestal of formal beauty, where Haydn and Mozart had left it, and immersed it in the whirlpool of life. He roughened it up until it began to do what he expected it to do ... to express problems, evoke emotions, move and struggle exuberantly. More people can respond at once to a Beethoven symphony than to any other. Many have written fine symphonies, but Beethoven’s remain in a class by themselves, as invaluable a part of our heritage as are Shakespeare’s plays.

    40 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Gary Mehlbrech's recording

    Trying to make the script more alive!! Let me know what needs work please!! Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like how you approached this as a factual thing about Beethoven. Your tone sets us up to “be informed.” Which, I think is a good thing. As I hear this script, I hear a lot of descriptive words concerning the music and in your hopes of livening up the script, my suggestion would be to go back and find those words that are descriptive and use them. Words like pedestal of formal beauty, immersed it into the whirlpool of life. He roughened it up, Expressed, evoked, move and struggle. A lot of words that can form mental pictures. The expression of your voice, I believe will bring this script where you want it. Nice direction.

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    Rhythm on the river

    Script:

    Bring your family to the 15th annual Rhythm on the
    River!
    Saturday, August 26th in downtown Fort Atkinson!
    Kick off the night with Katie Mack and the Moan, from
    5 to 7:30pm!
    AND rock out with The Love Monkeys from 8:15 to
    midnight!
    Your kids will love airbrush tattoos and balloon
    animals from the Balloon guy!
    Enjoy a variety of tasty foods and drinks from area
    vendors too!
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    The 15th Annual Rhythm on the River, Saturday,
    August 26th in Downtown Fort Atkinson.
    Presented by the Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of
    Commerce and Johnson Bank!
    Go to Fort Chamber dot com for more information

    42 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Steven C's recording

    I want to know if I am analyzing the script correctly and if I am reading with the correct tone. I want and need to be more natural sounding. I love getting constructive feedback, it is the only way to learn.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-140399/script-recording-102693.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Good articulation, Steven. Pacing was good, as well. The read was conversational, not announcery, making the narration appealing to audiences these days. Appropriate inflections were added. Recording quality was good, too, no background noise or interruptions.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you.

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    DeVry University

    Script:

    We aren’t looking for just any college students. We’re looking for the
    fighters.
    The focused. And formidable.
    Ones whose extracurriculars are working and parenting and working some
    more.
    With GPAs that include Grit. Perseverance. Ambition.
    The strongest people in America.
    The kind with heart, and drive, and dreams, who want a university to match.
    Want professors who’ll know them by name,
    see who they can be, believe in what they can do.
    Students who’ve already found themselves,
    and go to college to find a better job. Make a better life.
    Students who want more than a degree on graduation day... they want a
    career.
    If you’re this kind of student you’re our kind of different.
    DeVry University. Different. On purpose.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Steven C's recording

    I am really looking to get improve on my reads. I need to sound more natural and I want to know if I am achieving this.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Steve, you mentioned you'd like to sound more natural. During this narration, there were several points that were emphasized that didn't need to be, like "the kind with heart, drive...." Just speak as if you were talking to a college student you know. You're focusing too much on emphasizing certain emotional words, instead of speaking naturally.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you. That is exactly what I am wanting to know.

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    Demo Recording:

    Click to hear Kibouchi's recording

    Hi all, I'm brand spanking new to VO. I'm a motion graphics artist/video editor and illustrator. I do a lot of scratch tracks for the animations I create, and I'm good enough that clients always ask if I'm the final VO guy (I never am). I decided to give it a try. I cleared out a closet at home and filled it mostly with 1-inch sound padding. I'm using a Rhode NT1-A microphone to a Focusrite Scarlett Solo interface, and Adobe Audition CC on my macbook. Technique aside (and I'm sure you have a lot of great feedback there), the recording sounds... OK. But it lacks that professional sound and I wouldn't post this in an official real. I'm not sure if the problem is with the closet, the recording, the mic, or the post processing. Or all. There's a lot of things I'm doing in the recording that I can tell I need to work on aesthetically too, but feel free to offer any and all feedback you have! My cup is empty!

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    Peer Feedback:

    You have an amazing talent and voice. I am somewhat jealous. you really hitting the consonants hard, especially Bs. You might try standing sideways to the mike. There is some other noise going on through the recording like a rumbling sound. Awesome read!

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Kibouchi.

    You have a very enthusiastic delivery and pacing sounded good. I agree with Steven C. regarding the plosive consonants. Do you have a pop screen? I am sure that would correct the problem right away. I have one that just clamps to the mic stand with a goose neck so it can be positioned any where in front of the mic or to the side, etc. Also, if you try Audacity (free program) you could get the noise out by having it analyze the area where you are not speaking, then you go back and reduce the noise over the whole recording. You can use the sliders to say how much or how little you want the reduction to be. Hope that helps. Good luck to you.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback, guys! Good call on the popping consonants, I was noticing that myself. Ozfan, I am using a pop screen but I have a feeling it's not enough. It would probably be wise to speak off-axis. Right now I have the levels turned way down and I'm right up to the microphone, which, itself, is tucked right into the corner of the sound padding as I was getting some light reverb with mic forward at all, or having distance between myself and the mic. That could also be a cause.

    I'll definitely try the noise reduction, as well. I use Adobe Audition, but it does what you're talking about with Audacity (selecting a "room tone" section and using that as a baseline).

    Thanks!

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    Alamo Travel Discounts

    Script:

    Flock to Florida, hang ten in Hawaii, cruise in California... whichever sun-sational trip you take, you’ll get discounts of up to 25% off Alamo’s great rates, so you can have a cool time in a hot place. See ya in the sun!

    47 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear teresalumini's recording

    Just started private coaching and my homework for my most recent session to experiment with the ridiculous, try character voices and just go big and just get my voice over into public for the first time. I would love feedback on my ridiculousness and where I can improve. I'm open to suggestions on stuff to try! Don't worry about sound quality or background noise for this. Here are three takes of my experiementing

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    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds like you had some fun making these. You are reading really fast, is that part of the exercise? Your voice has some good versatility to it.

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    Seminole Sporting Goods

    Script:

    Hey, y’all, this is Bubba! Now, y’all like getting’ out in the woods, right?
Well, the folks down at Seminole Sporting Goods have got everything you need to make that happen.
They’ve got a full line of Polaris and Honda ATVs; just about any ATV accessory you could ever want; tons of fishing, hunting, and camping gear; and – to top it off – they’ve got the best prices in Central Florida! You need financin’ for that new ATV? Well… they got that, too.
Don’t take my word for it, though… stop on by and check ‘em out for yourself. They’re easy to find… they’re right there in the heart of downtown Geneva. Oh… and when you get there, tell ‘em Bubba sent ya!

    44 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear jamescooperVO's recording

    Working on spots where I can flex a little bit of character work. Constructive feedback welcome.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-117135/script-recording-102677.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    You did a great on maintaining your enthusiasm through the whole script. I thought the pacing was spot-on. The music you chose didn't overwhelm the script and really supported the "feel" of the script. One item I picked up on was the inhale when you took a breath but overall, this is really a good read.

    Peer Feedback:

    With a "character" like this, you want to be careful not to make him into a caricature or a stereotype. There is a fine line between makin' fun of someone and an honest portrayal.

    Who is your audience? This is kind of leaning toward Redneck Good Ol' Boys - a rather narrow demographic.

    Be careful of taking too many liberties with the text. For instance: A lot of the INGs are dropped, and it's written in. But the name of the store is not, and that's no accident. A director or the client may give you a pass on some of the others - huntin', campin' and fishin' would sound fine.

    The mix between the VO and the music bed is off - the music bed is clean and the VO is thin and a little distorted in spots. That's either in your processing or, more likely, you recording setup and space. Adding sound bed is tricky.

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    Coca Cola - Enjoy Summer

    Script:

    Enjoy summer with the new easy to hold, easy to pour curvy Coke two-liter bottle. This BBQ friendly two liter size keeps the Coke flowing and the classic design provides ergonomic grip-a-bility to prevent embarrassing spills on loved ones.
So head on down to Publix for all your family BBQ needs and enjoy summer. Coca-Cola. Open Happiness.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear jamescooperVO's recording

    Working on overall read for Demo Reel prep

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    Peer Feedback:

    To me, this would be a keeper for the demo reel. Great pace and energy. Really good read!

    Peer Feedback:

    You're only going to use a fraction of this copy to put on a demo. May I suggest an edit that will put it closer to 10 seconds?

    Enjoy summer with the new, easy to grip, easy to pour, curvy Coke two-liter bottle. Head on down to Publix for all your summer BBQ needs and keep the Coke flowing. Coca-Cola. Open Happiness.

    For a demo, all of that "ergonomic" stuff ain't gonna matter What you want to grab them with is Coke (and new bottle), Publix, BBQ and summer. Oh, and Happiness.

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    Ford F-150

    Script:

    The All New 2018 Ford F-150

    Alright if your thinkin' about getting a new truck,

    you're probably thinkin' about fuel economy.

    Well you're goin' to want torque to go with it.

    Cause unless your usin' your truck to deliver Pizzas,

    you ain't getting' anything done without it.

    Torque is Power.

    It pulls trailers,

    hauls dirt,

    drags boulders.

    Torque is what is what gets the cap off your beer,

    and only the Ford F-150 with Eco-Boost has the best combination of

    torque and fuel economy.

    “Think about that!”

    Introducing the new 2018 Ford F-150.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear tyme2edit's recording

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-610/script-recording-102668.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Let me start by saying "WOW". I love the sound of your voice. I can totally see you booking these "manly" type spots. Having said that, this is my critique;

    If the copy is important word for word, the line with "want torque to go with it" has "go with that" instead of "it".

    The tone of your voice although, crisp and clear was flat and monotone with no real inflections...anywhere.

    Recording quality sounds good. I heard no background or echo-y sounds.

    In this copy I envision you and another man standing outside near your new F-150 and you are trying to convince him of why it he should make that decision to get a F-150 like you did. The copy has (in my head) a southern drawl but not exaggerated. Here in the south Ford Trucks really have meaning to men.

    Peer Feedback:

    Whether it's fair or not, this kind of copy (and the Ford F150) is going to be associated with Dennis Leary and that "snarky", in-your-face style of delivery.

    That said: Who is your audience? What does this copy convey?

    (Hint: Real strong, hard working men. Power!)

    Does the quiet, almost monotone delivery meet that criteria?

    You've got a nice, rich baritone. But you know that. Gimme some blood and guts and glory. (Oh, wait. That's Dodge Ram). OK. Let's get back to hardworking Joe Sixpack hauling rocks and pulling stumps.

    If you're going to slate, leave some space (a beat) before you go into the copy.

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    American Tire Supply

    Script:

    Free. Now when’s the last time ya’ heard that? A while...right? Well at American Tire Supply, when you buy one all-weather radial tire, you get another one free! Plus, get a free alignment! Hey, with a deal like this, how can you NOT afford to visit. So hurry on down to your local American Tire Supply, where you can still hear the word free. Subject to dealer participation.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mikeylikesit0475's recording

    Wanted to see if I am improving. Performance and recording critique anyone?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Few things I noticed during your VO.

    - It sounds too much like you're reading the copy from the page. Who are you talking to (picturing talking to) when you say the words? If you imagine yourself talking to a family member/co-worker about this deal, then you will notice a difference on how much more casual/flowing it sounds.

    - The word Free sounds the same every time you say it in the copy. Very staccato and short. I get that you're trying to emphasize it but, to me, it sounds very forced. "Show some love on those key words. Don't shove them in my face...Unless the copy specifically calls for it." an EDGE instructor told me.

    - Pacing on the word NOT pulled me out of it. Sounded like "Naaaaht" compared to quick short pacing of other words.

    Good start though. Hope this helps

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    Chanticleer And The Fox By Geoffrey Chaucer And Barbara Cooney

    Script:

    A fox, tipped with black, and full of sly wickedness, had lived in the grove for three years. That same night, he burst through the hedges into the yard where fair Chanticleer was in the habit of going. And the fox lay quietly in a bed of herbs until almost noon of that day. Partlet, with all her sisters nearby, lay merrily bathing in the sand, with her back to the sun, and the lordly Chanticleer sang more joyfully than the mermaid in the sea. Now it happened that, as he cast his eye upon a butterfly among the herbs, Chanticleer became aware of the fox lying low.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Drewblu22's recording

    Good morning/afternoon/evening, to whoever listens to my recording. I ask to please give me your best constructive criticism, so i may work on it, at home. Thanks you and have a bless day.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Good evening, Drew.

    First off: Love the voice man. I wish I had the pipes to get a low register like that.

    I will say that your read is flat throughout the copy. You're in your comfort range and you stay there throughout. The excerpt sounds like a kids story in which some bad stuff is about to go down due to this Fox. That low pitch you have can certainly convey something sinister, but it seems out of place when you talk about Partlet and her sisters playing in the sand. Break the copy into 3 pieces and read them different ways. For Example:

    (SINISTER/SLY/EVILLY) A fox, tipped with black, and full of sly wickedness, had lived in the grove for three years. That same night, he burst through the hedges into the yard where fair Chanticleer was in the habit of going. And the fox lay quietly in a bed of herbs until almost noon of that day.

    (CAREFREE/JOYOUS) Partlet, with all her sisters nearby, lay merrily bathing in the sand, with her back to the sun, and the lordly Chanticleer sang more joyfully than the mermaid in the sea.

    (CAUTIOUS/TIMID/UH-OH) Now it happened that, as he cast his eye upon a butterfly among the herbs, Chanticleer became aware of the fox lying low.

    Also, be mindful of your pacing/pausing. You're reading a very formulaic way that produces too many pauses in awkward spots. Play around with the speed you ready each line.

    Hope this helps!

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    Amazonia by James Rollins Book Trailer

    Script:

    A field operative is found alive
    after disappearing into the Amazon
    4 years ago.
    He dies before he can answer-
    What happened to him?
    Where are the others from the expedition?
    And how did he go into the
    Amazon with only one arm
    and come out with two?
    Now a new expedition will enter
    Looking for answers,
    Finding horror in
    Amazonia.

    Contributed by Richurd

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear AG's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Really good pronunciation and reading. There are too many pauses and the ones that should be there are a little too long. Also, there is a clicking noise over the entire recording.

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    Heroes of the Imperium

    Script:

    In the nightmare future of the 41st millennium, mankind teeters upon the brink of extinction.

    The ever expanding Imperium of Man is beset on all sides by untrustworthy aliens, and malevolent creatures.

    It is further threatened from within by heretic rebels. Battle Brothers who have turned against us for the promise of Dark Powers.

    Only the strength of the immortal Emperor stands between humanity and its annihilation.

    The Space Marines act as the hand of the Emperor, enforcing his will upon the galaxy and cleansing its worlds for the people of the Imperium.

    For these extraordinary men and women, only in death does their duty to the Emperor end.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear vernpringlevo's recording

    Everyone, just starting my training and want your opinion on the quality and overall impression of my first submission. Thanks! Vern Pringle from Northern Virginia

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    Peer Feedback:

    Ok job, very intense. Recording quality is ok very gated. Overall good.

    Peer Feedback:

    Not a bad start. I would recommend varying the pattern of how you read. Listen to each line...notice how you always end a sentence on a downward inflection. You'd start a sentence, rise in the middle, and then downward inflect toward the end. To my ears it got repetitive.
    Be wary of overusing pauses in the copy for....dramatic.....effect. (aka "Shatnering")

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    Albertson's Take 2

    Script:

    Albertson's has everything you need, every day. The freshest food at low Albertson's prices. And right now you can save even more during our huge anniversary sale.Get selected varieties of Gatorade, 8=pack, 20 ounce bottles 3.99 each when you buy 5, plus selected varieties of Quaker Chewy Bars or Dibbs, 5 to8 count, 1.49 each when you buy 5. Mix or match. Albertson's huge anniversary sale. It's just better!

    50 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mahoneybill's recording

    Listened to the great advice I received, and tried to make some changes. Just performance, not recording.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I thought the read was really good.

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    PAM

    Script:

    PAM Extra Virgin Olive Oil delivers superior non-stick performance while adding zero fat to your cooking. It's versatility makes it great for any dish when cooking on your stove top or in the oven. So try something new, or perfect an old favorite. Just get cooking!

    50 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mahoneybill's recording

    Just performance. Am I forcing anything or holding on to consonants too long?

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    Peer Feedback:

    I didnt hear anything where you were forcing anything or holding on consonants too long.

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    1-800-PET-MEDS

    Script:

    Where do you get your pets flea, tick and heartworm medications? 1-800-PET-MEDS guarantees the lowest price on all your pets medications. Order now and receive free shipping. Call 1-800-PET-MEDS.

    54 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear CandiceP's recording

    Just starting out

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    Peer Feedback:

    1st off, very nice Candice! You have a nice, smooth sounding voice.

    Recording quality was fantastic. No echo, no lip smack -- just a nice sounding room.

    Off the top, your voice goes up a bit high on the "Where." Here's some advice that was given to me recently. Take each sentence, and ask yourself what they’re looking to communicate with it. Like the sentence end with a question mark. It seemed a tad flat going in to that. You have a very songy voice, which is nice because it flows, but ask yourself how would you ask this to a friend if you were talking to each other right now.

    Still nice start

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    "Norte Refresher" Health Soft Drink Spot

    Script:

    Introducing a whole new kind of soft drink. With real fruit juice, 10% of your daily calcium and only 10 calories in every 8 oz. serving, it tastes so good you can feel it in your bones. For delicious taste with calcium, the only way to go is Norte.

    50 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear CandiceP's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very nice job, vocal performance is very nice, pleasant and fun to listen too.

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    Power Wheels Boomerang

    Script:

    Power Wheels Boomerang - Extreme power, on or off the road. Boomerang conquers rough trails. You can control spinouts. Power Wheels Boomerang--the ultimate thrill ride. Only at ToysRUs.

    46 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear maestro_wsmith's recording

    Not my ideal recording space, but just looking for feedback on the performance. This is a TV spot.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I love the enthusiasm and gruff in the voice, I think it's exactly what this product needs. I do think the words can get a bit punchy, as in too separated between pronouncing each of them, mainly thinking of the line, Boomerang conquers rough trails.

    The recording quality seemed good, not my specialty but if I had to say anything, maybe a little quiet?

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