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    John F. Kennedy Library and Museum

    Script:

    Welcome. The John F Kennedy Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory our nations thirty-fifth President, and to all those, who through the art of politics, seek a new and better world. Our purpose is to advance the study and understanding of President Kennedy's life and career, and the times in which he lived.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear metaljoe13's recording

    Newly built home studio, how does it sound?

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    Aveeno - Lotion

    Script:

    Rediscover the skin nature intended you to have with Aveeno daily moisturizing lotion. Made with oatmeal, which holds moisture naturally, Aveeno lasts for 24 hours. Aveeno. Discover nature's secret for healthy skin.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear alicia.ellson's recording

    No home studio. Really working to evoke emotion in the read.

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    Cadillac SRX V8

    Script:

    As a little girl you wanted a pony. How about 320 horses? Your ride begins with a sunroof so generous, even second-row passengers can bask in the sun. And with a commanding V8, you and six friends are in for one feisty gallop. Cadillac SRX V8.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear lassiter66's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great voice.
    I interpret the copy as sophisticated and it sounded too friendly.
    You have the ability to slow it down and really sell the luxury of Cadillac.

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    Practice Recording:

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    Anyone know how to get the buzzing sound out of my recordings?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hello Elaine. Nice job delivering an encouraging and supportive tone to your e-learning recording. In regards to removing the buzzing sound, in your recording software, select a segment of your recording where you're not speaking, and use that selection to filter out that sound. Don't know what software you're using, but I'm sure your program will have a way to remove that buzzy sound. It's pretty simple in Audacity (which what I use, and it's free).
    Make a selection where you're not talking, Click effect, Scroll down to Noise Reduction and click it. A dialog box will open and it will ask you to Get Noise Profile (the buzzing sound with no talking). Click Get Profile. Box will close, so don't freak out. Select the entire track, and go back to Noise Reduction. Now the tool knows what sound to remove from your audio, so play around with Noise Reduction slider, and Sensitivity, and Smoothing amounts, until the sound is removed but your voice is still intact. When you're happy with what you have, make sure Reduce is selected, and Click OK.
    Like I said, don't know what you're using for your Recording Program, but I'm sure it'll be a similar process for you. Have a good one, and I hope this helps! Ben.

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    America's Castles - Grand Plantations

    Script:

    Once upon a time in America, there was a classic feudal system.
    Not unlike those built around the of the castles of Europe.
    Where serf and slave existed to serve a noble aristocracy,
    and protect a grand lifestyle.

    “They were the best of times they were the worst of times”

    Charles Dickens opening words in a Tale of Two Cities
    could as well have described life in the American south
    in the Antebellum Era, the days before the Civil War.

    It was a time when the planters made enormous fortunes
    built on the labor of slaves fueled by sugar cane, rice and
    king cotton.

    The results were the grand plantations of the old south.
    Spectacular homes designed for opulent lifestyles.

    It was a time of incredible irony.
    Where beauty and ugliness, gentility and brutality,
    humanity and inhumanity lived side by side,
    in mansion and slave quarter.

    On this episode of America's Castles
    we'll follow the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Natchez
    as we look at some of the Grand Plantations of the old south.

    RH

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    Practice Recording:

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    This is my first recording. Looking for critique.

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    Peer Feedback:

    This was a good recording. I thought your pacing was good-not too fast, not too slow. Your diction is clear without over enunciating. You have a calm low voice that sounds soothing yet authoritative. You sound like you know what you are talking about, like you are speaking as someone who knows about this subject and not someone reading a script. The interpretation of the copy is matter of fact without sounding dull. Great job!

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    Drunk Driving PSA

    Script:

    As an emergency room surgeon, I've seen things most people never will.
    I have had to harden myself ...
    ...so I can do my job.
    But when I see another family ripped apart...
    ...because of a drunk driver...
    ...that really breaks my heart.
    If you could see the damage done on a daily basis, like I do...
    You'd never drink and drive again.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear bene.vo's recording

    Experimenting with various genres of voice over, commercial, narration, character, etc. Any critique and feedback is welcome and appreciated.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great copy interpretation- authoritative knowledgable figure on the topic.

    Great pacing and clarity.
    The work will come in with the emotion. Although a serious piece it lacked inflection that went from serious to monotone. Monotone is hard to take seriously.

    Recording quality is great, no background noise.

    Peer Feedback:

    Good copy interpretation. I thought your pacing and clarity were good as well. I think it could use more inflection. The delivery was monotone and flat. It sounded mostly the same throughout.The recording quality was good. There was no background noise.

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    Clem the Prospector - Nebraska Lottery

    Script:

    Howdy folks, Clem the old prospector here to tell you how you can strike it rich, and you don’t even need a pick and shovel, all you need is a new Quick Pick from the Nebraska Lottery. With 6 chances to win, odds are you’ll do better than me diggin' in this old mountain here.
    The new Quick Pick, from the Nebraska Lottery.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear JCHudson's recording

    Just some sample character work, let me know what ya think.

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    Peer Feedback:

    The character voice is fun to listen to - never annoying - consistent. Sounded like an actual radio spot. No recording quality issues. The only "purist" comment I have is that you said "you don't even need a pick and a shovel" instead of "a pick and shovel." Very minor. Nice work. :)

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    Microsoft

    Script:

    Our mission is not to just unlock the potential of today's new technologies. It is to help unleash the potential in every person, family, and business. We want to help you do the things you do every day - express your ideas, manage your finances, build your business - faster, easier, and better. At Microsoft, we see the world not as it is, but as it might someday become.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Tom Z's recording

    Thoughts on chosen reading style for script and overall studio sound. Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Solid job, you got the message out clearly without any lost words or weird sounds. My only advice might be to pick up the pace a bit. The messaging is there but it drags a bit and picking up the pace would bring up the energy.
    Otherwise, the recording quality sounds good and your voice goes well with your selection. Good work

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey, Tom.

    In my opinion, this script calls for a warm, relaxed, conversational delivery. It's purpose is to show how this massive corporation/brand can be personal and help individuals, small business owners, achieve their goals. Sure it says how, but notice it doesn't sell particular products or services -- these are details a brand like Microsoft doesn't need to explain. Instead, the way it helps sounds very personal: we want to help you..." Yet, it also reminds us in that final line that even the small-business owner's dreams are part of something bigger ("the world as it should be") and achieving your dreams helps them achieve theirs.

    So, I just think this is about relationship. It's an offer by a big celebrity of sorts to be your friend and attempts to shatter that attitude that Microsoft is some impersonal brand only interested in connecting with huge customers/companies.

    How does that show in a performance? Well, a conversational style as I mentioned goes a long way. Less of a salesman, more of a friend. Overall, ease up on the inflections. For example, listen to the way you deliver "express your ideas, manage your finances, build your business." I hear a strong inflection on the verb in each phrase. Back off a bit on this. Yes, they are key words but I don't think you need to punch them too hard. Or maybe try a slight emphasis on ideas, finances, and business instead and listen to the effect.

    Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing your work. Bill A.

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    Marcus Tullius Cicero Address to the Senate

    Script:

    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear billanciaux's recording

    Worth noting this is a speech to the Roman senate. To give the effect of projecting my voice, I raised my pitch slightly at first. Didn't sustain this though as I focused more on the tone/emotion in his words. Does it work for you as a speech? Suggestions? Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey there Billanciaux. Real nice emotive delivery to a piece that could be read kinda dry and bland. Did a real good job at giving weight and gravitas to the threat of enemies within. Occasionally felt that the pauses between sentences were just a tad long, but that's just me. All in all, very nice. Have a good one! Ben.

    Peer Feedback:

    I liked the variations in tempo. I agree with pauses comment made earlier. There were one or two breaths, but I feel they also may have worked where they were, for effect. Good overall studio sound as well.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you, Ben and Tom. I appreciate your feedback.

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    Practice Recording:

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    Hi guys. I know the read for this is pretty lame, but I'm mostly looking for feedback on the audio quality. I'm wondering if the closet setup I have is ready for prime time, and, if not, what I might be able to do to improve it. I know there's a metallic sound around 25 seconds in (a spring in my mic mount must have snapped or something), but other than that, how does this sound? Thanks!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hello,
    I hear a bit of reverberation and a boxy sound -- starting around the :18 mark. Have you placed any absorption material behind you (not just behind the mic) Was this edited or processed at all? Your voice sounds great with that mic by the way. A professional audio check-up for your booth might be worth the expense to really dial it in. Wish I could be more help. Bill A.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the comments Bill,
    I was afraid it might be too boxy. Right now there's not much more than a moving blanket behind me. I'm using a closet with some acoustic foam, moving blankets, and clothes in it. I moved my mic in there from the room it was in to try to reduce the noise from my computer fan. I did run the audio through noise removal and a couple of other processes in Audacity.

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    Lonely Anime Girl

    Script:

    "Hey"
    "Do you mind if I come in?"
    "It's just so lonely in here, all by myself."
    "Promise I won't be too loud."

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear BlairBlah's recording

    This script was written by me based on the anime I watched in the past. This is my first time recording my mic is very cheap I bought it for 15 dollars off of amazon. I never used audacity before either so I tried to fix the audio . This is just for practice and to see what I can improve on my overall anime character. I hope I submitted this correctly. Thanks if you have any feedback.

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    Peer Feedback:

    It sounds like you've got a solid idea of your character down and the voice definitely fits the character. The intimacy of the piece does suffer a bit from the atmospheric noise but that'll iron itself out as you play around more.
    I'd say be careful with the gain setting, I know you want to turn it up to compensate for your character speaking in a low voice. However, that's whats creating the static noise in between your dialogue. Try turning the gain down and moving your mouth closer to the mic. This will allow that atmospheric noise to die down so we can focus on the true focus, your vocal work.
    Otherwise, keep plugging away! You've got a great voice for your genre of choice!

    Peer Feedback:

    I agree with JC -- many great suggestions. Is this a character you can sustain over a longer performance? In other words, is this a fairly tension free read? What does this character sound like in other situations and settings? Would like to hear some samples! Your youthful voice sounds like a great match for this genre, from what little I know of it. Thanks for sharing. Bill A.

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    Red Cross

    Script:

    Whether helping one displaced family or thousands, providing care and comfort to an ill or injured service member or veteran, or teaching others how to respond in emergencies, it’s through the efforts of ordinary people that we can do extraordinary things. Take an in-depth look at the American Red Cross history, mission, vision and values in this self-guided module. You’ll also learn about our key service areas and organizational structure.

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    Practice Recording:

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    a beginner.... got some feedback on where you think I need/should focus ?

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    Peer Feedback:

    You did really well! Two quick tips that I think will help:
    Watch out for vocal fry. This might have occurred when you reached your lower limit of speaking, give yourself enough space to explore your range.

    Differentiate between items you list to keep the listeners full, undivided attention.

    Overall, really well done, keep up the good work!

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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 Café 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.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear bene.vo's recording

    This is a two take recording, the first take is "dry", and the second has music backing. Both takes are Compressed, Normalized and EQ'ed exactly the same, +2 amp to second take to help separate it from music. Trying my hand at recording in different genre's (commercial, narration, character, etc.). Any and all feedback is accepted and welcome. Have a good one! Ben.

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    Peer Feedback:

    You did a great job emphasizing key words and keeping variety among the phrases. My only question is that I'm not quite sure what the overall tone is (i.e. excited, pleased, etc.) which would effect the feeling you're trying to elicit in your listeners.

    The music underneath sounds nice, good balance.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for your kind words and feedback, Mayastine. My overall thought was, a business owner taking pride in the product(s) he sells, and the services his company offers. So, pleased and proud I guess.

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    Clem the Prospector

    Script:

    Howdy folks, Clem the old prospector here to tell you how you can strike it rich, and you don’t even need a pick and shovel, all you need is a new Quick Pick from the Nebraska Lottery. With 6 chances to win, odds are you’ll do better than me diggin in this old mountain here.
    The new Quick Pick, from the Nebraska Lottery.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear bene.vo's recording

    New User on Edge Studio. Fledgling Audiobook Narrator on ACX and trying to branch into different genres of recording to make some money doing what I love to do. This is a dry recording, no excessive processing, just Normalized and Noise Reduced. Any thoughts, feedback, suggestions, praise, etc. is appreciated. Thanks! Happy Recording.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey man,
    Being completely honest I'm fairly new to the VO game but your vocal training has definitely paid off. Your voice sounds great and is very clear. I want to give you some criticism but I don't know where to throw it. Well done.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Clem! Great character work! I'm impressed that you were able to speak with a different voice and were still easy to understand. Definitely hear that narrator background, this is a good commercial to make the transition. Keep at it!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the comments, guys. Really appreciate it.

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    Fallout Intro - War Never Changes

    Script:

    War. War never changes.
    In the year 1945, my great-great grandfather, serving in the army, wondered when he'd get to go home to his wife and the son he'd never seen. He got his wish when the US ended World War II by dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    The World awaited Armageddon; instead, something miraculous happened. We began to use atomic energy not as a weapon, but as a nearly limitless source of power.

    People enjoyed luxuries once thought the realm of science fiction. Domestic robots, fusion-powered cars, portable computers. But then, in the 21st century, people awoke from the American dream.

    Years of consumption lead to shortages of every major resource. The entire world unraveled. Peace became a distant memory. It is now the year 2077. We stand on the brink of total war, and I am afraid. For myself, for my wife, for my infant son - because if my time in the army taught me one thing: it's that war, war never changes

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear rhettb253's recording

    Pretty New to VO. Looking for all of your harsh criticisms please. Thanks so much!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hello. First off, nice emotive read. This is a somber narration piece, and I think you gave it the weight and gravitas it needed. That said, there were a few places where I thought the pauses dragged on just a tad too long (between paragraphs, and The American Dream sentence in particular). There are two greats in great great grandfather, and you only said one, and you inserted a second years after Years of consumption. Other than those nit-picky details, you gave a good read. Good job!

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    Rei

    Script:

    The Earth doesn¹t concern herself with deadlines. Everything is a work in progress. Even after 6 million years, the Colorado River is still patiently carving the Grand Canyon. There’s something to be learned there. Take your time. Breathe deeply. Enjoy the view. Just remember to bring a GPS receiver or a compass so you can find your way home.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear alicia.ellson's recording

    Performance only. No home studio YET! Multiple reads. Working on getting the emotion in the read.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hey,
    Wow such a good voice! I have a hunch you'll do very well. My criticism is in your emphasis on specific words. Try to sell the script less and speak more natural throughout.

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    bjs

    Script:

    Join the club! BJ’s Wholesale Club is looking for friendly and

    energetic individuals to join our team! We have full-time, part-

    time and seasonal opportunities across our chain.

    Find a club near you and apply today!

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    Audition Recording:

    Click to hear Lenny2010's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great copy interpretation - very inviting.

    Vocal Performace: great pacing. Define the words: join, energetic, apply- This will push this over the finish line

    Recording quality was great no background noise !!

    Peer Feedback:

    thank you for your feedback...appreciate your time. I am ever so conscious of the noise floor...I have great blankets from boothtogo....

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    Crayola Color Wonder Markers

    Script:

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

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mayastine's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Mayasline:
    V. Good Read.....

    I did not hear much when I heard your read from my pc speakers, but when I put my headphones on, there was a lot of smacking noise from your mouth as well as background noise. Are you recording from a treated room? Try treating your area to give your read a more richer reader and sound.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Mayastine. Nice enthusiastic read. Good job with that. But I have to agree with Lenny, the volume could be boosted a bit more, and the recording was a bit lip smacky and mouth noisy. Spend a bit more time in post cleaning that up, and you'll be good to go! All in all, a good record, and a good read. Have a good one! Ben.

    Peer Feedback:

    It is a great idea for children. They really need these types of materials. It will help them learn more and understand. It will boost them with their creative ideas without creating a mess around. After working with the college students in the UK we have introduced our online writing service https://buyessay.co.uk retired professors from some of the reputed universities are providing all requirement of the stringent universities.

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    Municipalities

    Script:

    The County and local municipalities have been working for decades to reduce our community's vulnerability to many hazards including flooding and wind damage.
    The map below shows the projects that are part of our Local Mitigation Strategy. The purpose of these projects is to lessen the impact of a disaster on our community through preparedness and infrastructure projects.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear LS77's recording

    Don't critique my USB headset mic - just the read, please.

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    Peer Feedback:

    The tone and pacing sound great to me. Do you have a person in mind for this read? Like talking to someone who is new to the community? To me, it sounds like you are just reading the words. I think it might be better with a little more personality or purpose in the words.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi LS77,

    I heard your read with my headphones and the background noise was competing with your read.

    Good tone and pacing. I would agree with Checoo's comment re more personality in the read otherwise important information will fall flat.

    Peer Feedback:

    You have a very good voice! Try shortening the pause after the word "disaster" in the last sentence for a smoother read. Only critique I can think of, nice job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    Baby Fresh

    Script:

    Para los bebés, hay caricias que los hacen sentir más queridos….y porque lo más importante del mundo es su delicada piel....BABY FRESH: toallitas húmedas con ingredientes de origen natural.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Belc's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    That's spanish alright. I don't know what you said, but you sounded nice saying it. Audio quality, not so much - sounds like the built in mic on your computer. Cleaner audio and the voice you have will make you a winner.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for your comment Ls77. I think my microphone is not good.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hola Belc,

    Gracias por tu 'read'.
    A few things:

    Copy inter: good
    Vocal performance: pacing-good; emotion good.
    Recording Quality: Needs a lot of improvement. There was a lot of background noise and the music was a bit loud.

    Suerte
    Lenny

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    Chase Bank

    Script:

    How much will Edward Brooks' honeymoon cost him? We’ll we can tell you how much it’s worth to him. Edward is willing to work weekends instead of watching football. At Chase we know what your savings are worth to you. That’s why Better Banking from Chase has scheduled savings. It lets Ed save money with out lifting a finger. Money is automatically transferred into his savings account, so he can concentrate on his honeymoon. What does Ed soon to be wife think? She’s just hoping he saved enough vacation time. Chase…The right relationship is everything.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear donelivert's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Copy inter: beautifully done
    Vocal Performance-pacing v. good; clarity: v. good. emotion: v. good.
    Recording Quality: V. Good.

    I really enjoyed your read. I especially liked your ending with the soon to be wife. Great job.

    Peer Feedback:

    Very well done. Nice variation in tone and a dynamic, engaging read. Pacing between sentences was just a bit fast for my taste, but nothing major. All in all, a very nice recording and delivery. Well done.

    Peer Feedback:

    Good read and crisp studio sound. May wish to try adding a little more playful emotion to the ending "What does Ed,,, ".

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    Meditation

    Script:

    Make yourself comfortable., sitting upright, with a straight spine. with your eyes closed, look at the point midway between your eyebrows on your forehead. Inhale slowly, counting to eight. Hold your breath for the same eight counts while concentrating your attention at the point between the eyebrows. Now exhale slowly , to the same count of eight. Repeat three to six times.

    Be attentive as possible. If you have difficulty feeling the breath, you can concentrate on the breathing process itself, feeling your diaphragm and chest expanding and contracting.

    Gradually as you become more calm, try to feel the breath higher and higher in the nose. Be sure that your gaze is kept steady at the point between the eyebrows throughout your practice. Don't allow your eyes to follow the movement of your breath. If you find that your mind has wandered, simply bring it back to an awareness of the breath and mantra.

    By concentration on the breath, the breath actually diminishes; its gradual refinement leads naturally to an interiorized meditative state.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear DJLANCASHIRE's recording

    I am trying the inspirational script.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Nice pacing and clarity. Very soothing tone which is great for this copy. You added/substituted a few words in your read when compared to the script. Nothing substantive, but letting you know in case that wasn't intentional. You also had a pronunciation error on "interiorized" at the very end.

    In terms of audio, very clear, but I'm hearing a good deal of echo, so you'll need to improve sound absorption.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you for the feedback. It was very helpful.

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    Air Jamaica

    Script:

    On our island, you can party all night, or you can have a quiet, romantic evening. Maybe rocking to Reggae suits your style, or how about strolling through a posh plantation while sipping a mango margarita? No, it’s not a dream, it’s paradise -- it’s Jamaica. And Air Jamaica is waiting to whisk you away on your choice of non-stop flights from New York to Montego Bay for only $199! Now that you don’t have to sell your soul to get to Paradise, what are you waiting for? Call your travel agent, or AIR JAMAICA at 1-800-JET-AWAY.

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Bhart0206's recording

    Very new at this- trying out a new mic in my new home studio... just learning. Any help you can provide is very appreciated!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like your voice. For some reason though, I'm only hearing audio on the left side. The right is silent. It also sounds like there might be a bit of an audible edit around "or how about," though I could be mistaken.

    Peer Feedback:

    You do have a pleasant voice. The up tone at end of how about...sipping a mango margarita, makes it seem like a question when it is really an addition to the list of things to do. I got a bit stuck in the ad at this point. Your tone and pacing at the end made me want to book a flight to Jamaica!

    Peer Feedback:

    Regarding performance/interpretation, I agree with the others that you have such a friendly/pleasant sounding voice! I think you can add even more emotion and joy to this one to really leverage your natural gift. I think you captured it best on the line "Now that you don’t have to sell your soul to get to Paradise, what are you waiting for?".

    Regarding recording quality, I'm also only hearing audio in the left ear, so you might need to change your recording settings. I believe it might have to do with "mono" vs "stereo" and/or how your panning is set.

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    Commercial - Kids - Legos

    Script:

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

    55 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Bhart0206's recording

    I'm very, very new...just practicing. All feedback is extremely helpful!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I enjoyed your performance, you moved from one thought to the next smoothly.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great light voice and you sound like a mom. Great pacing and clarity. I think you can bring in a little more emotion to sound like a mother REALLY doting on how special her child is. More fascination with what she says he already is. More emotion in stating he's a "creative genius!" Perhaps we can hear more appreciation to Legos and what Legos does to develop children.

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    Falcon Heavy

    Script:

    The Falcon Heavy consists of 27 engines with 5 million pounds of thrust - that’s as much as 18 Boeing 747s. In fact, it’s so much thrust that there’s no need to run the engines at max capacity during the launch. Instead the thrust is throttled and optimized throughout the flight.

    So here’s the plan for the test launch mission: the Falcon Heavy rocket would take off at the Kenedy Space Center, and then release it’s payload out into space. Two of the rocket’s boosters would be programmed to return back to Cape Canaveral to be recycled, while the 3rd booster - travelling much too fast to make the Cape - would land on a floating platform 500 kilometers off shore.

    With the boosters measuring 16 stories in height, it was a tall task…

    69 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear billanciaux's recording

    Probably too much processing (Gate, EQ, Compression) on this one. What do you think of the performance? Thanks for any feedback!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Excellent~!

    Peer Feedback:

    Great voice for this read. You do make it compelling. Great pacing, tone, and inflections. I would say to smooth out the read a tad. It starts to sound slightly choppy or robotic the more I listen.

    Peer Feedback:

    My first comment here! Your performance was very enjoyable, and while I'm by no means a recording professional, the production sounded pleasing to my ears.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thank you all for the feedback!

    Peer Feedback:

    WOW!!! Nice read!!! Definitely one of the best I have heard on this forum!

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    L'Oreal Feline Mascara

    Script:

    Unleash your wild side with new Feline Mascara. Feline’s new quick charge brush captures every lash. Instant volume, ferocious full lash density. New Feline Mascara from Loreal Makeup Designer, Paris. Add new liner noir to complete your feline look.

    65 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mayastine's recording

    Apologies for any background noise, recording in a different location. First time trying a make-up commercial, any feedback is helpful!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Good afternoon!
    I loved the line, "instant volume, ferocious full lash density..." I noticed that word charge was interpreted as change - not sure if the script is incorrect or the interpretation.

    Peer Feedback:

    Sounds exciting and interesting. Lots of energy. But it gets into an up and down rhythm and ends on a down note for several sentences (Mascara, Paris, look). I think the last sentence could be lifted more or add more variation.

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    A Taste of Vermont

    Script:

    Ah, Vermont: the land of fresh pines, snowy winters, and maple syrup. Vermont doesn't just produce the most maple syrup of any U.S state; it produces some of the best maple syrup of any U.S.- which is why we created 'A Taste of Vermont Maple Syrup Gift Set'.
    This four-bottle assortment of Maple Syrup was put together by intensively tasting various batches of syrup from a mutli-generational sugar house in Vermont. The Syrups range delicate and mild to the boldest of bold, with subtle tasting notes of fruit, coffee, caramel, and so much in between. Pour 'A Taste of Vermont Maple Syrup' onto a buttered Belgian waffle or a warm stack of pancakes. Drizzle it into a bowl of piping-hot oatmeal or atop a mountain of mashed sweet potatoes. There's no wrong way to maple syrup.
    We're selling each 'A Taste of Vermont Maple Syrup Gift Set' for $9.99- as sweet a deal as you'll ever find on maple syrup this pure.

    56 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear michelleann227's recording

    This is an ad I've been practicing! I had a rough time trying to edit out all the little sounds but I'm more concerned with my performance anyway. Please let me know what you think! Thank you!

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like your performance! Would caution you against editing out all breaths, especially if you remove them rather than paste over some room tone/ambience. Removing them shortens the pause between sentences and phrases, which throws off the natural cadence. Not sure, but it sounds like that happens in a few places with this recording. Your delivery of "There's no wrong way to maple syrup" is wonderful! Loved it. A bit more of that tone would sound great in some of the earlier imagery too. Really nice work! Thanks for sharing. Bill A.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great voice for this piece. Great pacing, tone, and delivery. It sounds like the name of the gift set could use more emphasis to me. I think adding more transition and variation would make it even better. Like starting at "This four-bottle..." , "Pour "A Taste..." and "We're selling..."

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    Gillette Fusion Pro Glide

    Script:

    Introducing the New Gillette Fusion Pro Glide Power Razor.

    Turns shaving into gliding.

    The Fusion Pro Glide razor is the most advanced blade ever.

    Thinner, finer blades with a low resistance coating.

    A close shave with little effort through hair for less tug and pull.

    Try the new Gillette Fusion Pro Glide today.

    And after one shave, you'll stop shaving and start gliding.

    Gillette the best a man can get.

    60 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear donelivert's recording

    My voice cracked on the word "less". Normally I would edit that type of thing out, but wondering if it gives it a more authentic and natural emotion to leave it this way.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-148830/script-recording-106284.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Good afternoon- I enjoyed listening to your performance. The recording was crisp and clear and your pacing was perfect. I liked the voice cracking on the word "less" - to me it gave it personality. Good job!

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    Our Promise

    Script:

    Timeless and full of life, the Hawaiian beaches are forever. And like our lives, unpredictable. Sometimes we enjoy the smooth waves; other times a storm will come. Experience this journey, and know you are not alone. Gain strength in the challenge, confidence in the trials, and trust in each other. A trust that will last as long as the Hawaiian sea. Your trust, our promise.

    71 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear D.A.Seferino's recording

    I haven't recorded in awhile...I would appreciate any and all feedback. Thank you.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like your pacing and inflection a lot. Recording quality is nice a clear. In terms of interpretation, this sounded like a very "smooth" read. I'd be curious to hear how it sounds if you lightened/livened it up a bit which I think would work better with this script.

    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice is incredibly smooth to listen to and the recording was very clear as well. It sounded more like narration to me and less like a commercial trying to convince me that I need to be on a Hawaiian beach for my next vacay.

    Peer Feedback:

    Great tone, pacing, and sound. It comes across as a little sing-songy and a little breathy to me (like a late night DJ playing slow jams). I think it needs distinction and variation. Each line is different so paint a picture of each line. LIke, there should be a different interpretation for "smooth waves" and a "storm." A different tone for "you are not alone" and the following line.

    Peer Feedback:

    I truly appreciate your feedback on my performance and the quality of my recording. I take it to heart. Listening back, I understand the points you guys brought up... and there is indeed much that I can improve on. I'll see perhaps if I may do another take, or apply your feedback to another script, once I have the opportunity. Thank you so much for your encouraging feedback guys, and taking the time to assist your fellow peer!

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    Abraham Lincoln

    Script:

    Abraham Lincoln rose from his chair and advanced toward the podium. He was now at the height of his power, with the Civil War nearly won. In one hand he held a single sheet of paper, typeset and printed in double columns. The foreboding clouds threatened another downpour. Then, reported Noah Brooks, journalist and friend of the president, the strangest thing happened: “Just at that moment the sun, which had been obscured all day, burst forth in its unclouded meridian splendor and flooded the spectacle with glory and light. Every heart beat quicker at the unexpected omen…so might the darkness which had obscured the past four years be now dissipated.” The president’s text was brief – just 701 words.

    “Fondly do we hope – fervently do we pray – that this mighty scourge of war may speedily pass away… With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the nation’s wounds; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan – to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace, among ourselves, and with all nations.”

    64 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear billanciaux's recording

    Practicing with the new punch-in record feature in Twisted Wave, the audio editor I use. (I replaced three lines in this performance due to dog barks and other sounds upstairs.) Tried to add some weariness to Lincoln's voice too. Thank you for any feedback.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Nicely, done!

    Peer Feedback:

    This was an excellent reading... I was actually first drawn in by your voice, then captivated by your performance. Please keep more recordings coming!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    Walgreens - New Team Members

    Script:

    After more than a century in business, we know what makes a great Walgreens team member. It’s the type of person who values change and excitement. The ones who thrive in a fast-paced environment, ready to learn something new every day. Forward-thinkers. Great communicators. Innovators. People with the drive to succeed – not only for themselves, but also for their co-workers, the company as a whole and the communities we serve. We all come from different backgrounds and bring valuable diverse ideas, but a common mission unites us. And we’re looking for students and recent graduates who are up to the challenge.

    64 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear mnicholson2003's recording

    I like doing this type of read...still trying to find my stride.

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    Peer Feedback:

    I like your performance on this corporate piece. Your pacing, clarity, and warmth all sound great to me. You sound comfortable and welcoming. I can tell you like this type of script. This could be a piece where the producer is looking for a younger voice but that's total speculation. Definitely a good audition!

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    Neutrogena Deep Clean Cleanser

    Script:

    Washing your face is totally boring, right? WRONG. New Neutrogena Deep Clean Invigorating Ultra Foam Cleanser has a tingly cool ultra-foam that is so exhilarating, you feel totally energized. A powerful rush to your senses, deep down to your pores. Totally not boring.

    73 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear donelivert's recording

    Testing out some different mic settings and placement as well as different editing technique. Let me know how I sound! Thanks in advance :)

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-148830/script-recording-106251.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Copy interpretation: very good. Really liked your inflections.
    Vocal Performance: Excellent. You have a rich and deep voice. Would love to hear your voice on a razor spot. Stream of consciousness here.
    Recording Quality: Excellent.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks, Lenny2010! Glad to hear my changes worked. Will search for a razor spot to see how I sound!

    Peer Feedback:

    I agree, excellent performance! And what a voice you have! Thank you for uploading! This script would probably be a 15 second commercial spot. Perhaps a challenge could be to squeeze your great performance into 15 seconds. Thanks for sharing and keep up the excellent work!!!

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    Starbucks

    Script:

    Starbucks
    El ano pasado tomamos mucho cafe. Mas de 700 mil tazas de cafe; y mas de 400 mill de tazas de te; Parece ser mucho cafe y te, pero gracias a ustedes nosotros en Starbuck pudimos ayudar a emplear a mas de 8 mil Veteranos; mas de 7 mil empleados pudieron asistir a la universidad y unos 3 mil se graduaron; pudimos emplear a mas de 100 mil jóvenes; sembrar 22 mil arboles; y durante momentos difíciles en nuestra sociedad, y momentos de felicidad pudimos caminar unidos gracias a usted. Por eso es que su nombre esta al lado del nuestro en cada taza de cafe.

    78 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear Lenny2010's recording

    This was a practice script lifted and reworked/translated into Spanish for practice sessions with my coach.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Lenny,
    Your tone and pacing were perfect. The final line was filled with emotion. I actually felt relaxed listening. Great read.

    Peer Feedback:

    DJLancashire---Thank you very much for your feed back.. appreciate it.

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    The Y

    Script:

    And on the 8th day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, "I need a place for community"
    -- so God made the Y.

    God said, "I need a place with staff willing to do whatever it takes to prepare children for their future, with patience and smiles.”
    I need a place for playing games, tying shoes, wiping noses, clearing tears, giving hugs, singing songs. Just as glaciers tilled the soil, this place should mold children into individuals and strong leaders.
    -- so God made the Y.

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    Audition Recording:

    Click to hear Lenny2010's recording

    The direction given was that the actor should sound old time preacher like. Thank you in advanced for your constructive feed back. Appreciate your time and generosity. Lenny

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    Peer Feedback:

    I think a producer would want your to "billboard" the brand more than you do here. Your inflection falls off a lot on "the Y" and the intonation sounds a bit sad or apologetic to me. It sounds like God making the Y was a mistake or didn't accomplish what God set out to accomplish. I would give that phrase more lift and more smile. I do like your old-time preacher voice! Good pacing and clarity too...with the exception of clarity on "planned paradise." Thanks for sharing.

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    Farming Software

    Script:

    Farm data is invaluable. But there’s so much of it.
    Farmers are drowning in information, and it can be overwhelming to manage.
    With so many different forms and sources to deal with, how does one separate the wheat
    from the chaff to make smart and timely decisions?
    The solution is on the horizon, introducing Granular Insights…
    ...an intuitive, easy-to-use app for farmers of all generations, who want instant, accurate,
    and actionable data.
    By simply opening an email, you can view everything from field rankings for prioritized
    scouting…
    ...to field-by-field details and financial summaries…
    ...at both the field and subfield levels.

    65 people have played this

    Audition Recording:

    Click to hear Lenny2010's recording

    Thank you for taking time to listen to an audition I sent. I am always looking for ways to improve. Any constructive input is welcome. Thank you for the gift of your time.

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-1620/script-recording-106232.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Lenny,

    Very nice! Audio quality is great, your voice comes through loud and clear. I really like how your tone changes when you go from the problem to the solution and introduce the company name. Also a great job of hitting keywords with strong emphasis to really make them pop, though a couple of them feel a little overdrawn; specifically in tempo, there's some big slowdowns/pauses (e.g. smart and timely decisions), and then some other lines read pretty fast (By simply opening an email).

    Perhaps you did it on purpose but there's a couple parts of the copy that aren't on the recording: the whole first line, and then the word "different" in the third line.

    Really solid spot overall, well done.

    Adam

    Peer Feedback:

    Lenny,
    Thank you for your read!

    I love the sound of your voice and the quality of your read: precise, clear, inflections in appropriate places and some surprising spots! This grants a comfortable listening experience and makes me, the listener, happy to continue to listen.

    The recording quality is also very good. There was no noise in the background and you provided quality sound, ie no popping or smacking sounds.

    Nice job!
    Chrissy

    Peer Feedback:

    I liked it a lot! You have a great voice and clear speech. Can tell that you're an experienced professional. I'm just gonna leave this here – – maybe someone's going to be interested. A medical blog about male health and beyond.

    Peer Feedback:

    to my fellow vo artists above-thank you for your feedback. Very much appreciated.
    Lenny

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    String Theory

    Script:

    String Theory: What is the true nature of the universe? To answer this question humans come up with stories to describe the world. We test these stories and learn what to keep and what to throw away. But the more we learn the more complicated and weird our stories become. So much so that it’s really hard to know what they’re actually about. Like string theory, a famous, controversial and often misunderstood story about the nature of everything. Why did we come up with it and is it correct or just an idea we should just chuck out?

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    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear JasonK's recording

    my coach said "go epic" so I am. Is it epic enough, or too epic? What do you think of it overall?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Your voice sounds really good, but there's something going on with either the pacing or the editing that makes it sounds like the audio is cutting in and out each time you begin/end the phrases of your sentences. If it's not an editing issue, then perhaps it's the pacing your using to make it sound "Epic". I've had similar issues and found that listening to the way Morgan Freeman smoothly strings the words in his phrases together to get that conversational delivery with the epic tone is helpful. Here's an example that might be perfect inspiration for this script: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyBQrWu61Gc&list=FLgx2yVkWzhXokVrWysL9o1...

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi donelivert. Thanks for the comment. I believe what you are hearing is editing. I removed breath sounds or it could have happened during the conversion from wav to mp3. I guess i need some more experience with editing my own samples. Otherwise i hope the recording was good. I will listen to the audio you sent. Thanks

    Peer Feedback:

    Go epic is a rather vague bit of direction, so I'm not sure what to say about that. It suggests over-the-top, announcer-like to me. Perhaps they just want you to bust out a bit and see what happens! Kind of like the direction to give a "throw away" read for those who need to loosen up and sound more conversational. Hmm.

    One suggestion I would give is to read through to the end of a phrase of sentence and not insert too many dramatic pauses in the middle. For instance, I thought the pause in the middle of the first sentence was distracting. I notice a few others like that. Was this a decision you made to give it an epic feel?

    Your voice has great tone/tibre and this script seems like a good fit for you. Thanks for sharing.

    Bill A.

    Peer Feedback:

    My coach was inspired by the "nature of the universe" line so he wanted me to go big with it. I think that's what he meant by epic. so yes, anouncerish. I did make dramatic pauses intentionally. In previous readings of this that weren't so epic I did not insert as many dramatic pauses. sort of "Space... The final frontier..." and "The star ship...Enterprise"

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    Sharp Liquid Crystal TV

    Script:

    Introducing a television experience like no other. The Sharp 37" Liquid Crystal TV. A masterpiece of design and technology. Plus, low watt consumption means an environmentally friendly way to watch television. Sharp. Inspired design for the way you live.

    67 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear michael_cruz's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Really good interpretation, emotion and inflection. Pronunciation of some words is a bit overly emphatic and makes it sounds less genuine/conversational. For example: "...low watt consumption means an environmentally friendly..."

    In terms of recording quality, it's loud and clear, but possibly too much so (if that makes sense!). When you hit the words "Sharp" and "Inspired" in particular, the levels might be going too high. It's more noticeable when you turn the volume up a bit. Perhaps reduce the gain to avoid that.

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    Peacocks and Pearls

    Script:

    SHOP PEACOCKS AND PEARLS, YOUR DESTINATION FOR UNIQUE, QUALITY OPTIONS FOR YOUR MOST SPECIAL OCCASSIONS. WORKDAY TO WEEKEND- WE PROVIDE AFFORDABLE BOUTIQUE STYLE FOR WOMEN OF ALL AGES! WITH NEW PIECES ADDED DAILY, SHOP IN STORE OR ONLINE AT PEACOCKS AND PEARLS LEX DOT COM.

    64 people have played this

    Audition Recording:

    Click to hear Chrissy Bartels's recording

    I have a new mic, how does it sound!? How is the background noise?

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    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Chrissy

    Thanks for listening to the audition I sent and for your feed back.

    -I don't know what mic you had before but I did not hear any back ground noise. So if that was an issue it no longer is.
    -Vocal Performance: You have a very nice voice and a nice smooth southern accent. Wondering if a second take you could try a Neutral English. I am a NYer, born and raised here and I have to be careful not to let that cat out of the bag when they are asking for a neutral read. I think your emotional take was natural however I found the pace too fast I would suggest a slower read and also since this is an affordable boutique perhaps and emphasis on that component of the shop.

    The second take something happened with the editing that made the beginning of the take somewhat jumbled. Take a listen...
    Nice job!

    Lenny

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    Staples

    Script:

    Is work really good? Because it kind of looks bad. Good doesn’t make you check your personality at the door. Good wants you to bring it to work. Good is hustling hard. Not because you have to, but because you’re happy to.
    Start living the good work life. Staples.

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    Audition Recording:

    Click to hear Adam Stone's recording

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    Peer Feedback:

    Great job, Adam! I sense a real ease and accessibility in your voice, a natural charm that you highlight through your clear interpretation. You sound like you know who you are in this copy, and also who you're reading to. Your performance of the "list" was really good too; all three lines starting with "Good..." are varied and flow really effortlessly. The quality of the recording seems really clean and crisp too!

    Peer Feedback:

    Adam,
    Copy Inter: V. Good. -excuse the pun!
    Vocal Quality: V. Good as well. Good pace and inflection. "Good" sounded the same every time you said it. Wondering if you could give it a different color especially since there are 5 of them in the script.

    Oh and thank you for your feedback on my copy.
    best,
    Lenny

    Peer Feedback:

    Adam, I think your pace and clear read is excellent!

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    Gold Mastercard

    Script:

    In the real world, gold cards aren’t status symbols. They’re tools. And none is more useful than Gold MasterCard. You see, no gold card is more accepted on the planet. It has a credit line of at least $5000, and you can use it to get local currency at ATMs all over the world, so it’s a very smart thing to have. Really. GOLD MASTERCARD. It’s more than a gold card. It’s smart money.

    54 people have played this

    Practice Recording:

    Click to hear maestro_wsmith's recording

    Working with a new studio set-up/recording space and also just started using Adobe Audition. Looking for feedback on recording quality only please. Thank you!

    /sites/default/files/script-recordings/user-136746/script-recording-106230.mp3

    Peer Feedback:

    Copy Interpretation: Very Good.
    Performance: clear, and great pacing.
    Recording Quality: Very Good. Wondering if you drank water before the take. I could hear a little bit of lip smacking...dont know if that is the correct term. In the beginning of the take. It happens to me a lot and I need to have a bottle of water next to me.
    Also I would smile during the take to make it little bit upbeat.

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