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    Anime Script

    Script:

    You don't understand! Why do you not believe me,
    when the signs of evil are all about you! Look at me... LOOK AT ME!! I am the only one
    who can save you... the only one who...who KNOWS how these creatures think...who KNOWS
    their weakness....

    Why do you laugh as if I were a madman? Wait a second...WAIT, WAIT ... where are you
    taking me?... WHERE ARE YOU TAKING ME? Don't you see they are coming? Just answer me..
    DO YOU NOT SEE THE SIGNS?

    When the last of the day's light has disappeared from the horizon...you will see...Yes..yes,
    you WILL SEE! ... And by then.. it will be too late.. No.. NO... NOOOOOO!

    4 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear extremematt6's recording

    I have a new mic and I'm brand new to this.

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    Joker Monologue - The Dark Knight

    Script:

    Do I really look like a guy with a plan, Harvey?

    I don’t have a plan …

    The mob has plans. The cops have plans.

    You know what I am, Harvey? I am a dog chasing cars… I wouldn’t know what to do with one if I caught it.

    I just do things. I am just the wrench in the gears. I hate plans.

    Yours, theirs, everyone’s. Maroni has plans. Gordon has plans.

    Schemers trying to control their worlds.

    I am not a schemer. I show the schemer how pathetic their attempts to control things really are.

    So when I say that you and your girlfriend was nothing personal, you know I am telling the truth.

    I just did what I do best. I took your plan and turned it on itself.

    Look what I have done to this city with a few drums of gas and a couple of bullets.

    Nobody panics when the expected people gets killed. Nobody panics when things go according to plan, even if the plan is horrifying.

    If I tell the press that tomorrow a gangbanger will get shot or a truckload of soldiers will be blown up, nobody panics. – because it’s all part of the plan.

    But when I say that one little old mayor will die, everybody lose their minds.

    Introduce a little anarchy, you upset the established order and everything becomes chaos.

    I am agent of chaos.

    And you know the thing about chaos Harvey?

    “IT is FAIR.”

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    As a homage to Heath Ledger, I wanted to try reading for the voice of the Joker from "The Dark Knight", with my own persona of the character. Hopefully my performance is believable and Please give good, honest feedback and critique. hear from you soon

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    Clint Eastwood, "Make my day"

    Script:

    Go ahead, make my day

    38 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I adjusted my voice and followed a peers advice by inserting a pause and adding a more dramatic feel at the end, like the clicking of Dirty Harry's .44 Magnum hope this is a better performance, hear from you soon

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    Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM Radio

    Script:

    Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM is the radio station designed for people like you – with busy lives, demanding jobs and not a lot of time to unwind. You can listen to Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM anytime. The day begins with Smooth Jazz, traffic, weather and the latest from ABC News and the WMAL newsroom. Then, weekday mornings at 8:30, we’ll help you stay stress-free at work with the commercial-free music hour, a full hour of commercial-free Smooth Jazz to help smooth out your day and make you feel good! Try Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM. I think you’ll find we are the smoothest place on your radio.

    34 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I reread this copy while playing some smooth jazz music in the background. It may not be audible music. But if you listen to both versions, you'll hear that I'm more relaxed as I read this version, compared to my first read earlier. Hope you enjoy!

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    Script Contest - Radio Imaging

    Script:

    Q104 – Your one stop shop for all things pop!
    WBGP – We are Jazz FM.
    WKCR – The Peak: New York’s classic rock superstation.

    37 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    After a short rehearsal time, I took my peer's advice and I read this script again, in a new, hopefully better version of announcing. Hope you enjoy

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    In the Name of Jesus!

    Script:

    In the Name of Jesus!

    39 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    As part of my daily prayers, I always say these lines. I hope that my listeners enjoy my prayer performance. Feel free to critique and give your feedback

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    Commercial / Honda Clarity 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

    29 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Rich Young's recording

    Any feedback welcome!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I liked your delivery in the commercial, good diction as you read about the new car. Good job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you super Luke, much appreciated.

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    One A Day Men's Pro Edge

    Script:

    Give yourself an edge.
    New One A Day Men's Pro Edge
    More magnesium to support healthy muscle function.
    More B vitamins to help convert food to fuel
    More confidence in a healthy you.
    New One A Day Men's Pro Edge

    33 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ironstone31's recording

    Aggressive and "edgy" copy like this isn't my natural sweet spot, so I want to practice a bit in that area to improve. Tell me what you think.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Recording quality: There is a underlying click in the recoding, but it is not taking away from the recording. Everything else about it seems good. I love the enthusiasm and the delivery of the message. I like the entire performance. If there is anything to work on, I think "More confidence in a healthy you", can have a smoother entrance. It went up a little too much louder than the rest of the script.

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    Pure Leaf Tea

    Script:

    At Pure Leaf, real tea leaves meet real brewing expertise. We blend the finest tea leaves
    and brew them at a lower temperature for smooth, delicious, real brewed iced tea.
    Pure Leaf, our thing is tea.

    41 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear rogue1's recording

    A home recording to get in practice of recording/posting/getting feedback. Aware there are some problems (“F’s” will be the death of me!), mainly working on sounding “present” and giving some appropriate flavor to my performance. All feedback is welcome. (Thanks for listening!)

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    Peer Feedback:

    The vocal performance was excellent! You really captured the essence of the script and could hear this piece professionally. I really enjoyed hearing your work. Great work!

    There is a misrecording on the last line. You say, "tea is our thing" versus what the script says, "our thing is tea."

    You may want to enunciate the "At" in the first sentence of the script.

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    Revlon High Dimension Hair Color

    Script:

    Funny thing being a red head...when I was a kid, I just wanted to be like everybody else, now it's one of the things that makes me me. Get your best color. Revlon High Dimension Hair Color, so precise it takes only 10 minutes to deliver rich, dimensional color where it's needed most. Every time. With deep conditioners that gently protect so your hair stays soft and shiny, and beautiful. I like being me.. 10 minutes to beautiful. Revlon. Be unforgettable.

    43 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear AmyCordell's recording

    I am a newbie so apologize for the sound quality. Looking for feedback on performance and any other tips. Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Not bad, I liked that you were able to articulate your words and get the message through. The performance was good, although there's a noise in the recording that could be adjusted better.
    hope this helps

    Peer Feedback:

    Love your voice! Great character and personality in an accomplished, clear read. Technically, I hear a bit of snapping or popping noise in the middle of the record (around :17). Perhaps something knocked against the mic? Well done! Now I want to be a redhead. : )

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    A Voice Actor's Voice

    Script:

    A Voice Actor's Voice
    This... is my voice.

    There is no music, and there are no sound effects... only the pure, clear sound, recorded for your ears.

    I am a voice over artist, a voice actor, a voice talent, and I can convey my message in many ways, in many tones and with many emotions.

    I can speak in a very light whisper, to share an intimate message with you. Or my voice can boom deeply, demanding respect from those who are listening. My voice can express sympathy to someone who has just experienced a great loss, or it can reflect the happiness one feels after having accomplished something great!

    I sit (or stand) before this tube constructed of metals, of plastics, of wires and of silicon, which listens patiently to me, as if it were alive, like a mistress, hour after hour, day after day, and night after night. It never judges me, however it is a reflection of me... one which is neither vengeful, nor forgiving.

    I am a voice actor...and this is my voice.

    44 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ElcySmiles's recording

    Did the message come through completely or did the MIC cut out? Were there any words or phrases that I could have delivered better?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Dear ElcySmiles, I think you have a wonderful voice which I enjoyed listening to. I did not notice any cut outs and the message came through completely. It sounds like your recording equipment is pretty good quality. I was wondering if the writer of this copy meant for the reader to read it straight or maybe with more expression when emotions are being described, like sound more booming, sympathetic or happy when it says those words? Also, the last paragraph starting with " I sit..." perhaps was read a little too slowly or too many pauses. These are just my impressions and not criticisms. Good luck to you!

    Peer Feedback:

    What a wonderful voice, very pleasant to listen to. Your read was very inviting and accomplished and I noted no tech problems whatsoever, just a nice clear record. As you asked for specifics on pronunciation, it sounded a bit like you dropped the ending “T” in “artist” (:18) and you read the word as “silicone” instead of “silicon” at 1:06. As your read is so masterful, maybe try a version with a little more emotional delineation behind it—more of a difference between a seductive whisper and a booming command, as an example. Truly well done!

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    Guitar Tip

    Script:

    And now for the Guitar Tip Of The Week:
    Take care of your hands. You can finger notes more easily if you keep the nails on your fret hand trimmed short. Leave the nails on your picking hand slightly longer to facilitate plucking the strings. Rough edges on your nails will impair the tone of your playing, so be sure to use a good set of clippers and an emery board to maintain smooth nail tips. Wash your hands prior to playing. Clean hands transmit less dirt and help maintain string life and tone.

    47 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear pfulgencio's recording

    Hello all! This is a short part of a narration script. Looking for feedback on performance and recording quality. Still getting used to the new DAW I am using. Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very good performance with your articulation and your voice quality and what you used to record yourself with. Have you thought of inserting music to this as you narrate?

    Peer Feedback:

    @Superluke - Hey. Thanks for the feedback!

    I'm not really planning on adding music for things I post here. I think that it just distracts people from the performance and makes it more tricky to provide constructive criticism.
    In the end, I won't be the one adding the music to the final product. The client is. :D

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    Abiyoyo

    Script:

    Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo,Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo!

    Based on a South African Lullaby and Folk Story
    Text By Pete Seeger
    Illustrations by Micheal Hays
    Spoken and sung by...me...Samuel Williams

    Once upon a time there was a little boy, who played a ukulele. Around town he goes: clink, clunk, CLONK! The grownups would say:

    "Take that thing out of here!"

    Not only that. The boy's father would get in trouble, too. His father was a magician. He had a magic wand and he could go Zoop, Zoop, Zoop! And make things disappear.

    But, he played to many tricks on people. He'd come up to someone just about to drink a nice glass of...something. Zoop! The glass would disappear. He'd come up to someone doing a hard job of work - maybe sawing a log of wood. Up comes the father with his magic wand: Zoop! And the saw would disappear. He'd come up to someone just about to sit down after a hard day's work, and zoop! no chair.

    People got tired of all this. They said to the father: "You get out of here too. Take your magic wand and your practical jokes and you and your son, just git!"
    And the boy and his father, were ostracized. That means, they made 'em live on the outskirts of town.

    Now, in this town they used to tell stories. The old people used to tell stories about the monsters and giants that lived in the old days! They used to tell a story about a giant called Abiyoyo. They said he was as tall as a tree, and could eat...people...up.

    Of course, nobody believed it, but they told the stories anyway. But one day, one day, the sun rose, blood red over the hill. And the first people that got up and looked out of their window - they saw a great big shadow in front of the sun. And they could feel the whole ground shake. Stomp, stomp.

    Women screamed. Strong men fainted. "Run for your lives! Abiyoyo's coming!"
    Down through the fields he came. He came to the sheep, pasture and grabs a whole sheep. Yeowp! He comes to the cow pasture. Yuhk!

    Just then the boy and his father woke up. They had been up late the night before at a party. The boy rubbed his eyes and said:
    "Hey, paw, what's coming over the fields?" The father said: "Oh, son. It's Abiyoyo. Oh, if only I could get him to lie down. I could make him to disappear."

    The boy said, "Come with me father." He grabbed his father by one hand. The father gets his magic wand, and the boy grabs his ukulele. Over the fields they went, right up to where Abiyoyo was. People screamed "Don't go near him! He'll eat you alive!"

    There was Abiyoyo. He had long fingernails, 'cause he never cut 'em. He had slobbery teeth 'cause he didnt brush'em. Stinking feet, 'cause he never washed them. He raised up with his claws, when the boy whipped out his ukulele.

    Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo Abiyoyo, yo yoyo yo yoyo Abiyoyo, yo yoyo yo yoyo

    Well you know, the giant had never heard a song about himself before, and a foolish grin spread across his face. And the giant started to dance.

    Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo Abiyoyo, yo yoyo yo yoyo Abiyoyo, yo yoyo yo yoyo. The boy went faster.

    ABIYOYO, YO YOYO, YO YOYO ABIYOYO, YO YOYO...

    The giant got out of breath. He staggered. He fell down flat on the ground.
    Up steps the father, Zoop, zoop! Abiyoyo disappeared!
    People streamed out of their houses, and ran across the fields. They said: "Why, he's gone, he's disappeared!"

    And then they said: "Come on back to town. Bring your ukulele; we don't care."

    And they all sang:
    Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo
    Abiyoyo, Abiyoyo
    Abiyoyo, yo yoyo yo yoyo
    Abiyoyo. yo yoyo yo yoyo.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Deepthi Bhattathiri's recording

    I have been very keen on doing voice overs since long. I have only limited experience in the same as I've done only a few voice overs for 2-3 Private companies. I am really looking forward to making a career in this field, for which i got a very small set up done at home. I just started working on audacity recently. This is a small script I recorded, would appreciate if I am provided a feedback on the same. Thank You.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very impressive! I like the combination of storytelling and singing most difficult to achieve. This is my favorite storytelling narration also audio books seem to be something you could do as well. My only critique order some of the long pauses or possibly you are editing out some noise other than that very nice and thanks for sharing.

    Peer Feedback:

    Very good narrating, recording quality and performance. Although, there's too many long pauses in your narrations. Other than that, great job!

    Peer Feedback:

    What a delightful recording! A very polished and accomplished read of a very long and complicated text—storytelling is not an easy talent to master! Lovely singing as well. My only suggestion would be to perhaps try a bit more relaxed read that feels more like you’re telling the story one-on-one as a oral history from memory and not reading to an anonymous group from a written tale (though, again, your delivery is very engaging as-is). That might be a way to help some of the longer pauses in your read seem more natural. Well done!

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    Verizon Outage? Contact Verizon Wireless Support Number Straightforwardly

    Script:

    Did you find outage alerts? Not any alerts but still facing problems? Can’t detect what’s happening with Verizon? Calm down. Just let experts handle your concerns in a successful way. Talk to them at Verizon Wireless Support Number and discuss the problems you are facing. They will surely make out a perfect way to let you come out of Verizon issues in minimal time.
    https://www.supportforhelp.net/verizon-wireless-customer-service

    49 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ansmith's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    why doesn't your performance match the script?

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    Antarctica

    Script:

    Far to the south lies a land of dazzling snow fields, crystalline glaciers, and dramatically carved ice mountains soaring above an untamed frozen wilderness. There are no human sounds in this land of primeval beauty, only the wild cries of birds, seals, and whales echoing across a vast expanse of land and sea. Experience the wonders and grandeur of a land where few have ever set foot as we discover the world’s last frontier -- the great White Continent. This special voyage takes place during the austral summer, when the weather is best, temperatures are moderate, and days are long. Penguin chicks are hatching and it is common to see elephant seals along the beaches.

    48 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear DidiVO43's recording

    Hey folks. Practicing narration with my mobile phone, at the moment. I appreciate your feedback. Cheers!

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    Peer Feedback:

    The read was really good! It may be a tad on the slow side, but I enjoyed your tone and inflection. I'm not sure what is causing it, but I hear some sort of buzz whenever you speak, perhaps background noise?

    Peer Feedback:

    Hello there. Good stuff. I like your voice for this read.

    The pacing is generally good. I see what you're going for. It might sound a bit choppy at parts. Maybe use a different technique at some commas instead of pausing and see how that sounds.

    Good stuff! Keep it up! :D

    Peer Feedback:

    Grear read, just try and eliminate the buzzing in a studio somewhere and you'll be all set. I gree that maybe you should try commas as pauses and not taking too many long pauses while you read
    hope this helps

    Peer Feedback:

    Hello. Vocal quality is good. I think you have to speed up the pacing a bit and change the cadence. You're reading is a bit choppy. Work towards making it sound more relaxed and natural. I think this can happen when we try to sound dramatic or like a narrator. Otherwise, keep up the good work!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you all for the great feedback! I do feel it was a bit slow. I was picturing a documentary where the camera pans slowly over Antarctica and felt I should read slower. I understand about the choppiness. I'm working on pacing and trying to sound more natural. I'm using my phone for recordings until I get a mic. Working with a coach right now and learning so much!

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    All of Us Research Program - ABOUT

    Script:

    National Institutes of Health - All of Us Research Program

    About

    The All of Us Research Program is a historic effort to collect and study data from one million or more people living in the United States. The goal of the program is better health for all of us. The program began national enrollment in 2018 and is expected to last at least 10 years.

    Program Overview: Read an introduction to the All of Us Research Program and precision medicine—a type of health care that treats each person as an individual.
    What Makes All of Us Different: All of Us is unique for many reasons, including its size, commitment to diversity, and belief that participants should be partners in research.
    Core Values: All of Us is guided by core values such as transparency, diversity, and keeping participant information secure.
    Diversity and Inclusion: Health care is more effective when people from all backgrounds are part of health research. All of Us is committed to recruiting a diverse participant pool that includes members of groups that have been left out of research in the past.
    Protocol: The All of Us Research Program Protocol is a detailed plan for how the program will be run.
    Who We Are: Find information on staff members, scientific experts, participant partners, and advisory groups that support the program.
    FAQ: Find answers to frequently asked questions about All of Us.
    Ready to join All of Us? Visit JoinAllofUs.org to learn more.

    Questions? Contact us.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear ElcySmiles's recording

    Mostly concerned with pace and setting proper audio levels of equipment.

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    Peer Feedback:

    You're recording seems to have an issue with cutting out I'm not an expert in audio recording but you might want to check into that. Otherwise I like your voice for this and I assume you must enjoy doing technical reads like this script. I hope that helps.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great narration, but may want to follow Rich Young's advice about liking what you have to say and eliminating any gliches in the recording or cutting

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    Purina Dog Chow Light & Healthy TV Spot

    Script:

    You like to keep your family healthy and fit, and now there's a new way to do the same for your dog. Introducing new Purina Dog Chow Light and Healthy. It's a no sacrifices, calorie light way to keep him trim, with the deliciously tender and crunchy kibble blend he'll love…and 22% fewer calories than Dog Chow. Discover the lighter side of strong. New Purina Dog Chow Light and Healthy.

    69 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear asena11787's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    This is a nice tone and believable read, which in its core is acting. You have a unique voice and unaffected (unless you sound different in real speak) style. My only critique would be you cut short the key word "love" with the .... which is a pause. Nice work thanks for sharing.

    Peer Feedback:

    Wonderful, I love this commercial for taking care of your dog and I thought you really great job with the music and the pacing and making this into a believable commercial!
    hope this helps!

    Peer Feedback:

    Very professional read, and the music was good without being overpowering. Sounds like most of the commercials I hear on the radio now. Nice work!

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    Clint Eastwood, "Make my day"

    Script:

    Go ahead, make my day

    62 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I hope you enjoy this recording, give me an honest critique on what you think and I'll fix any bugs or problems afterwards

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    Peer Feedback:

    Maybe try a longer pause between "ahead" and "make" to make it more dramatic.

    Peer Feedback:

    hi markdcstrong,
    Thanks for your critique. I actually think that would be an excellent idea. I'll try it out and if it sounds better, I'll let you know in a new post.

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    Clint Eastwood, "Limitations"

    Script:

    A man's got to know his limitations

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    "A man's got to know his limitations"

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    Peer Feedback:

    3 seconds! C'mon Superluke, give us some more to work with! But it sounded western, so that's good.

    Peer Feedback:

    Then I scrolled down further and saw you did give much, much more to work with! :)

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey there, scdave,
    Thanks for listening, among others. I hope you enjoyed it! Any suggestions? I was working on Clint Eastwood lines and even thought of doing the scene from "Fistful of Dollars" with music included. Did I do well, other than being 3 seconds?

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    Prayer of the Day - (20 sec)

    Script:

    Dear God, So far today, I've done all right. I haven't gossiped and I haven't lost my temper. I haven't been grumpy, nasty, or selfish. But in a few minutes, God, I'm going to get out of bed and that is when I'm going to need a lot of help. Amen

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I hope you enjoy this recording of me saying a prayer to God. I say a similar prayer like this in the morning and I hope it is clear, concise and honest enough, without any spelling or grammar issues. Give me an honest critique and I'll get back with you soon

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    Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM Radio

    Script:

    Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM is the radio station designed for people like you – with busy lives, demanding jobs and not a lot of time to unwind. You can listen to Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM anytime. The day begins with Smooth Jazz, traffic, weather and the latest from ABC News and the WMAL newsroom. Then, weekday mornings at 8:30, we’ll help you stay stress-free at work with the commercial-free music hour, a full hour of commercial-free Smooth Jazz to help smooth out your day and make you feel good! Try Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM. I think you’ll find we are the smoothest place on your radio.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I wanted to experiment more with the radio commercial genre and I read this 4 times before it was perfect to my ear. I hope this is a good performance. Please leave your comments and critiques below and hear from you soon,

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    Peer Feedback:

    Recording Quality: Make sure the file you upload runs from start to finish. This file starts with "5.9 FM." I can hear a clicking in the background, I would suggest either finding a more quiet way to scroll through the page or printing the copy out and standing it upright. I also hear a hissing in the background but I can't tell if it's from your environment or your equipment. I think your recording space could use a little more treatment as well.

    Performance: You sounded like you were disinterested in what you were talking about. Is there something that helps you unwind through the day? What if a friend or family member was looking really stressed and you wanted to help them unwind, so you share your secret with them. Try reading this but instead of talking about smooth jazz on the radio, talk about what helps you relax, then you can put the radio bits back in after. What I'm trying to get at is so this sounds believable and not like a person reading copy that the guy with the paycheck told them to read.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi ironstone31,

    I'm glad you reviewed my recording with an honest outlook in your critique.

    I was reviewing it just now and I see your point about how you hear "5.9 FM", instead of "Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM". The clicking is either the clock on my wall or the metronome from my home studio,or from my computer, maybe?

    I'll try reading it again, see if I can fix it up, with the recording space included. The hissing is probably the background noise from outside, or in the room.

    I was reading the commercials for a few other radio stations beforehand. I may have needed a break.
    But I do hear your point, it sounds monotonous and unbelievable, because I'm trying to promote a station I enjoy listening to as well. I'll see if listening to a smooth jazz song can help me with my mood as I read.

    Thanks for your input,
    -SuperLuke

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    Bartenders Professional Training Institute

    Script:

    (edgy rock music. A and B are same voice, one is a little more “echoed” than the other)

    A: Who said work can’t be fun?

    B: Train now at the Bartenders Professional Training Institute in Rochester.

    A: And you could be bartending in just four short weeks.

    B: The work’s fun.

    A: The pay’s great.

    B: And you meet some fabulous people.

    A: Professional Bartending Schools of America.

    B: Go to PBSA.com for details.

    A: That’s PBSA.com

    18 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I added music to this one, I think. I know I combined the radio with commercial advertisements. I hope you enjoy and I hope I'm doing well. Feel free to critique me and offer any and all feedback

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    Peer Feedback:

    The interpretation was excellent. You delivered the message accurately. The recording quality was excellent. I heard you clearly. In regards to vocal performance - the pacing was on point, the emotion worked well except for the "And you meet some fabulous people. It felt like a big jump in emotion from where you were on the prior lines to almost too much emphasis on the "fabulous". The "fabulous" delivery though matched the tempo of the up beat music. I'd bring the prior lines up to that level and find a different way to emphasize the "fabulous". The clarity of the recording was great, but the enunciation may be clearer.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi ElcySmiles,
    Thank you for your honest critique of my work so far. I'm glad I was able to sound excellent with my delivery, speaking clearly, and pace.
    Yeah, I was changing my energy to match the music in the background, it really got me hyped as I read the word "fabulous". I will be working on my enunciation, sometimes my words don't project well.
    So, you want my voice to be at the same level as "fabulous" when I read the other lines before it? I can work on that.
    Thanks!

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    Pinky and the Brain

    Script:

    Gee Brain,
    What do you want to do tonight?

    The same thing we do every night Pinky.
    Try to take over the world.

    22 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I've grown up with the animaniacs as a kid and I always loved this show. Hope you enjoy! I know I can work on being a better Brain, but my Pinky sounds really accurate. Let me know what you think guys, in a nice and honest critique

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    Atlanta Bread Company

    Script:

    When you think of Atlanta Bread Company, don’t just think ‘bread’. Think of an entire breakfast menu - fresh-baked pastries, hot breakfast sandwiches and specialty coffees. Think of our Cafe with savory sandwiches, daily soups and crisp salads. And don’t forget...we can cater your next special event or meeting! Atlanta Bread Company - more than just bread.

    57 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear hear_abby's recording

    Using my first studio set up! How's it sound? I struggle with lists a bit... let me know how I did!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice is very pleasant but I would work on two things if I were you. Backing off the microphone slightly will keep Penny mouth noises to a minimum or filter them out somehow. The inflections and highlighting of words seem to be either incorrect or lacking especially the last line seem to tail off. I hope that helps and thanks for sharing.

    Peer Feedback:

    that was great quality, clear reading, and a great performance
    hope this helps

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    Visa - Your “Everywhere” - Take 2

    Script:

    Your “everywhere” can be your wildest dreams, or rise from the battle within. A challenge
    to push yourself further. Your “everywhere” can be anywhere. It’s not a place on any map,
    it’s a place you reach in life. Visa. Everywhere you want to be.

    58 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear rogue1's recording

    Received great feedback that my earlier read might’ve been a little too relaxed for the energy the script called for, so here we go again with more motivation and less sedation. : )

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great quality and I enjoy your performance as you advertise Visa. Great job. No complaints here. Although you can lower your voice a little bit in the beginning, kind of sounded too loud for me at first.

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    Don't Sweat The Small Stuff

    Script:

    Don't Sweat The Small Stuff
    One of my favorite posters says, "Life is a test. It is only a test. Had this been a real life, you would have been instructed where to go and what to do." Whenever I think of this humorous bit of wisdom, it reminds me to not take my life so seriously. And in the next hour, I'll help you learn how to not take your life so seriously as well.

    57 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Ferrer.martinVO's recording

    All feedback welcome! Thanks in advance!

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    Peer Feedback:

    That was great! Excellent quality and I enjoyed the performance

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    Blue Ox Beef Jerky

    Script:

    Our jerky punches gas station jerky in the face!
    Seriously, this is the best beef jerky you can find.
    Man up, and take it for a spin!
    The Blue Ox Beef Jerky Company.
    Real men eat jerky!

    52 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Ferrer.martinVO's recording

    All feedback welcome! Thanks in advance

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    Peer Feedback:

    Very crisp, clear read. I like the resonance of your voice. At times, your cadence sounds a bit like you’re reading and not holding a natural conversation (something I struggle with myself). Maybe have a bit more fun with the performance—get into character a bit more as someone who *knows* this is the best jerky on the planet and is *dying* to share the news. Well done!

    Peer Feedback:

    While it's rough around the edges, I think you did a great read of the script. But please try to make it sound a little bit more conversational
    hope this helps

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    A Voice Actor's Voice

    Script:

    Notes: I wrote this script kind of as a tribute to voice actors, but also to allow the person reading it to use some different intonation in his read. ** Please note: This script is meant to be read 'dry' with no music or sound effects... just use your voice, and speak naturally with a somewhat relaxed pace. :)

    - Ron Jaffe (Muddyshoes)

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    This... is my voice.

    There is no music, and there are no sound effects... only the pure, clear sound, recorded for your ears.

    I am a voice over artist, a voice actor, a voice talent, and I can convey my message in many ways, in many tones and with many emotions.

    I can speak in a very light whisper, to share an intimate message with you. Or my voice can boom deeply, demanding respect from those who are listening. My voice can express sympathy to someone who has just experienced a great loss, or it can reflect the happiness one feels after having accomplished something great!

    I sit (or stand) before this tube constructed of metals, of plastics, of wires and of silicon, which listens patiently to me, as if it were alive, like a mistress, hour after hour, day after day, and night after night. It never judges me, however it is a reflection of me... one which is neither vengeful, nor forgiving.

    I am a voice actor...and this is my voice.

    51 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Ferrer.martinVO's recording

    All feedback welcome! Thanks in advance!

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    Peer Feedback:

    That's Awesome! Although some of it is a little too loud, unless you mean to be loud in those segments. Great job!

    Peer Feedback:

    A+ work natural, believable and clear also the pacing seems very good to me, thanks for sharing.

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    Dunkin Donuts Latte

    Script:

    Discover a latte that's delicious, indulgent and a lot more convenient. Dunkin Donuts' incredible new latte. It's rich. It's creamy and it's so much easier.

    58 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear pfulgencio's recording

    Hello all! I am trying out a new DAW in this recording. Still getting used to setting things up. I also have two different reads here. Let me know what you think. Looking for performance and recording quality feedback. Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I really enjoyed this performance. Your delivery was great and right on cue. Great recording quality. Keep up the good work!

    Peer Feedback:

    @Superluke - Thank you! =D

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    Toddler Town Zoo

    Script:

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

    53 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear anitarai's recording

    Hi, I am Anita Rai Providing 24*7 Female Escorts Service in Mumbai at a low price. You can book our website given below…. http://www.selectyourgirls.net http://www.selectyourgirls.net/mumbai-escorts.html http://www.selectyourgirls.net/mumbai-call-girls.html http://www.selectyourgirls.net/private-girl.html http://www.selectyourgirls.blogspot.com/2018/08/mumbai-escorts-andheri-east-high.html

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like the music and lyrics in the beginning. Although, it kind of distracts me, as a listener, as I wait for you to read the script about bringing the Zoo to children. On the other hand, the music gives me a mental view of what the Zoo can be like for children and Adults alike. After listening to the whole thing, I admit I was disappointed that you didn't read from the script as the music was playing.
    I suggest, for in the future, as you perform this, to lower the music and read the script as the music plays.
    Hope this helps

    Peer Feedback:

    superluke can't you see this is a spam posting! I would give feedback to ligitimate postings.Thanks

    Peer Feedback:

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    Toddler Town Zoo

    Script:

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

    42 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear sarkariresultS's recording

    <a href="https://sarkariresultonline.info/">sarkariresultonline.info</a> <a href="https://sarkariresultonline.info/">Sarkari Result</a>

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-177583/script-recording-109360.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    I think you uploaded the wrong file, my friend.

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    Palpatine is revealed as the Sith Lord

    Script:

    Anakin: Chancellor,
    we have just received a report from Master Kenobi.
    He has engaged General Grievous.

    Palpatine: We can only hope that Master Kenobi is up to the challenge.

    Anakin: I should be there with him.

    Palpatine: It’s upseting to me that the council doesn’t seem to fully apprciate your talents. Don’t you wonder why they won’t make you a Jedi Master?

    Anakin: I wish I knew. More and more I get the feeling that I’m being excluded from the council. I know there are things about the force that they’re not telling me.

    Palpatine: They don’t trust you Anakin. They see your future. They know your power will be too strong to control. You must break through the fog of lies the Jedi have created around you. Let me help you to know the subtleties of the force.

    Anakin: How do you know the ways of the force?

    Palpatine: My mentor tought me everything about the force - even the nature of the dark side.

    Anakin: You know the dark side?!

    Palpatine: Anakin, if one is to understand “the great mystery” one must study all it’s aspects, not just the dogmatic narrow view of the Jedi. If you wish to become a complete and wise leader, you must embrace a larger view of the force. Be careful of the Jedi Anakin.. only through me can you achieve a power greater than any jedi! Learn to know the dark side of the force and you’ll be able to save your wife from certan death.

    Anakin: What did you say?

    Palpatine: Use my knowledge, I beg you!

    You’re the Sith lord!

    Palpatine: I know what’s been troubling you... Listen to me.
    Don't continue to be a pawn of the Jedi Council!
    Ever since I've known you, you've been searching for a life greater than that of an ordinary Jedi..
    a life of significance, of conscience.

    Are you going to kill me?

    Anakin: I would certainly like to

    Palpatine: I know you would. I can feel your anger. It gives you focus, makes you stronger.

    Anakin: I am going to turn you over to the Jedi Council.

    Palpatine: Of course you should. But you’re not sure of their intentions, are you?

    Anakin: I will quickly discover the truth of all this.

    Palpatine: You have great wisdom, Anakin. Know the power of the dark side. The power to save Padme.

    Contributed by JavierSvoice 06/17/2012

    61 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I have always loved Star Wars Episode 3 "Revenge of the Sith". I have memorized this script while watching it over the years and I believe I've created a very real interpretation of Anakin and Palpatine in their confrontation (without any special effects or lightsaber sounds). I've also been told I have a talent for re creating Palpatine's voice. Feel free to give honest critique and enjoy my work as you listen to it. My performance may not be perfect with every sound, but I used what I could at the time, the background noise is a computer metronome and a clock in the background, so disregard those background noises as you listen to my performance.

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    Peer Feedback:

    The recording quality was good, no background interference and I understood every word that was said! As for performance, your Palpatine was great. I felt the menacing energy in the words. However, your Anakin felt a a little emotionless, and like you were just reading words on a page. Nice read overall!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you very much, Ferrer.martinVO for your critique of my reading of the script.

    It is hard to switch my voice from Palpatine to Anakin in the script.

    I enjoyed being Palpatine more than being Anakin. I know I'm not Hayden Christensen or anything but I may need to think about Anakin's character for the recording a bit more.
    I am glad my Palpatine gave you the menacing energy, I was hoping it would do that.

    Should I try including the film score or do I just need to practice being Anakin Skywalker for a bit before recording?

    Any input is important to me,
    thank you

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    Bartenders Professional Training Institute

    Script:

    (edgy rock music. A and B are same voice, one is a little more “echoed” than the other)

    A: Who said work can’t be fun?

    B: Train now at the Bartenders Professional Training Institute in Rochester.

    A: And you could be bartending in just four short weeks.

    B: The work’s fun.

    A: The pay’s great.

    B: And you meet some fabulous people.

    A: Professional Bartending Schools of America.

    B: Go to PBSA.com for details.

    A: That’s PBSA.com

    56 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    been experimenting with my voice, music, and reading a radio commercial. Hope you enjoy! Let me know all your feedback, and critiques

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    Peer Feedback:

    I'll admit I did say "Ronchester" and not "Rochester" in my script. I have an updated version of this I can send shortly, with music and more. I hope my S's and Th's weren't a problem. I hope I don't sound forced in my words either.

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    KNCN Radio Spot

    Script:

    By the bay and on the beach, no one rocks Corpus Christi like C-101.

    58 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I hope you enjoy this recording. I may have said something that wasn't in the script but I'm hoping I made it work in my performance.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I thought you delivered it well with great tone and inflection. It was a crisp recording. Nice recording quality and performance!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you ElcySmiles for your critique of my work. Glad I was able to deliver it well with my tone and inflection. Glad you enjoyed my performance and that the quality was good.
    I'll gladly check on something you wrote soon and give you a critique too!

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    Script Contest - Radio Imaging

    Script:

    Q104 – Your one stop shop for all things pop!
    WBGP – We are Jazz FM.
    WKCR – The Peak: New York’s classic rock superstation.

    60 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    So, today I wanted to practice reading for radio and I had to edit a few things, so if I sound like I'm forcing my S's in "Super Station" it's because of my speech problem. Other than that, I hope you enjoy and let me know what you think

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    Peer Feedback:

    I thought the reading of "WBGP" needed the same pacing as others.
    I'm not sure I liked the super emphasis on "superstation". Maybe more emphasis on "The Peak"?

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi AmyCordell,
    Thanks for listening to my radio sample.
    Yeah, I agree with you about the emphasis being on "The Peak", rather than Super Station. I'll work on adjusting my "S" sounds and I'll try and relax my voice as I read "WBGP", hopefully I can say it all in a row, without any problems.

    Your input is very valuable. Hopefully you'll stay tuned for when I redo the read.

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    WAAAY Imaging

    Script:

    … These three and many other WAAAY Better Hits coming up, right after this product information especially for you!

    In 60 seconds, the most requested Hit of the week!

    53 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I wanted to explore scripts in the radio department as well. Hopefully I've done pretty well with this recording, hope you enjoy! Please be honest in your critiques

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey there. I really like the enthusiasm your showing in your posts. It shows that you are excited with being part of the field and are eager to learn.

    If I can make a request, though, can you please keep your submissions to 1-2 (or 3 at most) at a time? This way, people will have an easier time navigating through the page and finding other people's submissions. Also, in general, you'll likely get more feedback on those few posts you add. And it'll also give you more time to work on those scripts and make the performance special. That's probably the better way to train. =)

    I think all of us benefits from some good coaching. Have you done the investigate voiceover class with Edge yet? I highly recommend it. I took it and it definitely helped me set a starting point for myself. And they also provide you with a performance handbook that I found very helpful.

    The recording quality needs improvement but I'm sure you're already aware of that and are in the process of getting better equipment.

    Keep it up! =D

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi there pfulgencio,
    Thank you for your honest critique of my performances lately.
    Yes, at the matter of fact, I did take the Intro to Voice Acting class and I read the guidebook too. I actually just got off the phone with my coach and we had our first session today.
    Yeah, I can limit my posts 1-2 at a time, 3 at maximum. It would actually help my voice rest up, throat included, before I rehearse my lines and be better prepared for my next set of lines on script in my next post

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    Rock 100.5 The KATT

    Script:

    Don't settle for half the rock. Get it all. Rock 100.5. The KATT.

    62 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Superluke's recording

    I think this has something more to my first recording Enjoy

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    Peer Feedback:

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi shneha,
    I don't know what those urls are linked to. But what can you tell me about my performance for 100.5 "the Katt"? Give me an honest critique and say what you think. Please don't send me website urls.

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    Visa - “Your Everywhere”

    Script:

    Your “everywhere” can be your wildest dreams, or rise from the battle within. A challenge
    to push yourself further. Your “everywhere” can be anywhere. It’s not a place on any map,
    it’s a place you reach in life. Visa. Everywhere you want to be.

    55 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear rogue1's recording

    Just a (very) raw home recording to get in practice of recording/posting/getting feedback. Aware there are some technical problems (plosives, etc.), mainly working on sounding “present” and giving some appropriate flavor to my performance. (Thanks for listening!)

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi! I thought your recording quality was good...didn't sound to raw to me...I liked the smoothness of your voice. Here's what I might change: the extra pauses at "it's a place....you reach....in life", and "Everywhere...you want to be". I would just shorten those a bit.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey man. Good stuff. Very nice voice.

    I think the script calls for a more inspirational/motivational read rather than a relaxing read. You can see this in some of the words throughout the script. Try doing the script again in an inspirational/motivational style and see how that feels.

    Some words ran into each other. One of note is "or rise" sounded a bit like "arise".

    The word "visa" is pronounced "veeza" with a z sound. In the recording, it sounded like you read it with an s sound.

    Recording quality sounded good on my end.

    Hope this helps! Keep it up! :D

    Peer Feedback:

    I thought it was great as a performance. Although, because it's meant to advertise Visa, and isn't a relaxation script, I agree with pfulgencio.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you for the great feedback, everyone. I very much appreciate your taking the time. Agree that I might’ve gone with a more relaxed take than the script called for. Have reposted a more energetic read as “Visa - Your “Everywhere” - Take 2”

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    Hyatt More Than Welcome

    Script:

    There's a place out there, it's different.
    A place who's people understand that the word welcome, is more than a greeting.
    That the things you can't count, count for everything. That life is in the details.
    So when you come to this place, and find that the details of your life, are treated as all that matters, you'll understand the difference between a hotel, and a HYATT, and you will say,
    Thank you...thank you...thank you...
    And the people there will smile and humbly reply,
    You're more than welcome.

    57 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear JackeR.'s recording

    One more for feedback por favor!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Really good, I like the tone. Maybe just a bit faster.

    Peer Feedback:

    Good performance. You articulated every sound perfectly in a nice tone. But you may want to relax more as you're reading it, try making it sound more casual.
    hope this helps

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks @katrinaleffler2 and Superluke...both helpful comments.

    Peer Feedback:

    I really liked your delivery but agree that it seemed a tad bit too slow. Otherwise very nice!

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    Bernardus Lodge

    Script:

    Imagine relaxing in the warming room. Soothing your senses. Anticipating the essential oils soon to nourish your body. Rich botanical wraps and healing waters. Is this a dream, or an awakening? It's both. The Spa at Bernardus Lodge.

    57 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear JackeR.'s recording

    Would love any feedback...thanks!!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Wow, what a seductive, sensual read—I feel like I’m already relaxing at the spa with some cucumber slices over my eyes. Very “premium” sounding, yet still very warm and inviting. Well done!

    Peer Feedback:

    Ha, love the cucumber image...thanks @rogue1

    Peer Feedback:

    I love the read, similar to a relaxation or meditation tape as you bring the warmth to it with your voice. I can imagine myself relaxing now.

    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice is amazing...new fan alert!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks so much for the feedback @BlackAdam & @Superluke !

    Peer Feedback:

    Nice read! The only critical comment I have is everything seems to be at the same pitch. Maybe try to move some of it higher and lower?

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