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Practice from the Edge Library. Merit-Andrew roadside service.
This is a testimonial about an investment company called IINToo, which offers people with the funds to invest, alternative methods of investing. The point with a testimonial is to sound very natural, like yourself just talking to the person recording. If it sounds acted, the listener will tune out and think it’s a fake. You folks, of course are privy to the knowledge that it’s a fake, but don’t tell anyone else – it’s our secret. Feedback is welcome.
I saw this and kind of fell in love with it. It’s half way between commercial and narration. Feedback is welcome.
Great voice in general, sound perfect. All the tech stuff you nailed.
Bayer: like it. Good acting. Very slight hard T’s, but it’s minor.
Missouri: I don’t know how, but I heard the smile. Good. I would up the pacing a bit more, and vary the pitch a bit.
Tractor: Missing the feeling of “out here”. That’s the theme of this “out here”. It starts and ends with it. You need to really feel that this is seriously cool stuff. I’m not quite getting that. Wow, 42,0000 of us, that’s a lot. And in 1200 stores that a lot of stores, too. Wow, need to feel that. And when you say easier, you need to make it a bit upbeat. The final Tractor Supply should sound like this is the best thing since sliced bread. ‘Cause it supplies the wheat that makes that bread.
These are a couple of higher energy commericial reads. Bass Pro store, And A1 steak sauce.
Your feedback would be appreciated.
I can tell you are not using the normal mic. There’s also some mouth noise, and some background white noise.
First read: good
Second read: It’s a poem, so I would like to hear just a little sing-song. Not too much. Think Dr. Seuss.
Freshy: Sounds like you are just reading the text. You need to use your own acting with it. Make it yours.
Yes, but ever so slightly.
I’m going to follow you, hope you go on to big things !
Thanks, mvacc, this helps.
Good voice, need to remove background noise from the audio. Maybe too much background noise or echo in the room. Are you using a professional mic?
When you say ” what could have turn out disastrous” with a slight trepidation in your voice. Ohmygawd, a disaster, and then contrast it with “delicious” at this point forward, I need to hear that it is indeed delicious. The whole combination. Make our mouth water just listening to it. Daaang, I want to order one of those !!!!
Wish you success !
Read 1: Need to work on the audio. I hear some echos and sibilance. Otherwise, good.
Read 2: Audio a bit better. But add the wonder in your read.
Read 3: Again, some echo. Add some tempo and tone changes, but don’t go overboard. Say “Shakespeare and Company” in a normal way.