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Here’s even more medical narration practice!
Any and all feedback is very welcome, I’m trying to hit this niche and get comfortable with an overall style for the category.
“Medical research (or experimental medicine) is basic research or applied research conducted to aid the body of knowledge in the field of medicine. Medical research can be divided into two general categories: the evaluation of new treatments for both safety and efficacy in what are termed clinical trials, and all other research that contributes to the development of new treatments. The latter is termed preclinical research if its goal is specifically to elaborate knowledge for the development of new therapeutic strategies.”
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First off, I think that your tone is great for this read. I rather enjoy the style, and I think that this recording only suffers in the quality and pacing. It’s a little difficult to listen to, it seems like there might be some reverb, or echo, or something that’s distorting your voice and detracts from what you’re saying. I would slow down just a little bit. Let some ideas saturate, leave your listener some room to breathe and think about these ideas that you’re putting forward for them.
Great core sound, I look forward to hearing more from you!
I like this one a lot!
Your tone is consistent, believable, and honest. The nit pick that I have would be your first p in ‘premium’. It’s popping the sound out, and you have to be careful with letters like ‘p’ that require a fast expulsion of air because they have a nasty tendency to distort sound depending on distance to mic, force of air, volume, ect. In this read that was the only one that broke my immersion, whatever you did on all of the other plosives worked very well and I suggest finding a method that can work those kinks out. Other than that, great job!
I like the energy that you bring to this. You have a lot of popping plosives in your read, and it sounds like it might just be because of how close your mouth is to the mic. There are also a few moments where the volume is inconsistent, are you moving your head a lot when you’re reading? Other than those minor mechanical things I think that you’re definitely on the right track!
- This reply was modified 5 months ago by FCabral.
This is three versions of the same practice script for E-Learning, I’m looking for any tips for improvement, which script sounds the best, or pieces of them that I could incorporate into a new read.
Thank you very much
“Welcome to the Introduction to Axial Spondyloarthritis Course.
The bones of the human body are divided into two groups, the appendicular skeleton and the axial skeleton. We’re going to focus on the axial skeleton which includes the bones of the head, vertebral column, thorax, and trunk.”
I’m trying to figure out the pacing for medical narration, I appreciate any and all feedback!
“Phytophotodermatitis is a nonimmunologic phototoxic cutaneous eruption resulting from contact with photosensitizing substances found in plants; furocoumarins (present in limes and other plants) are typically implicated and get activated following exposure to sunlight, especially 320-400 nanometer UVA rays.”
Hey all! Trying some poetry since it’s totally the same thing as narration right? Right?
I know that some of my p’s pop, but other than that any and all feedback/criticism is extremely welcome.
On lowland plains I wander//All in the falling year,//By lowland valleys ponder//Upon my true love dear;//But spring will soon restore me//The smiles of Mary’s eye,//And the grand clouds flying o’er me//Upon the mountains high.
Within the lowland valley//There stands a castle strong,//Where round in each green alley//You’ll hear the wild bird’s song;//Far sweeter visions move me,//When I hear the eagle’s cry,//From the fields of G*d above me,//Upon the mountains high.
When autumn time is coming//Along the hills and dells,//You’ll hear the wild bees humming//Among the heather bells;//You’ll hear the g*y streams singing//Their songs to earth and sky,//Like the sounds of glad bells ringing//Upon the mountains high.
Amid their summits airy,//In sweet spring’s blessed reign,//I’ll sit beside my Mary//With happy heart again;//I have no wish beyond her,//And man can ne’er descry//Two youthful lovers fonder//Upon the mountain high.