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  • Juan Santiago Mendoza #1067143947

    Hello, Harvey.

    Although we have lots of handy alternatives nowadays, in VB we can't approve work with this type of quality. 

    First of all, because of the type of microphone, the recording doesn't playback the full spectrum of frequencies we humans hear. That makes your voice sound thin and distant. Additionally, the recording has loud levels of white noise. So, the audio doesn't sound professional at all, qualitywise. 

    In terms of performance, although it's great that you've done one complete take, there is room for improvement. The audio needs some editing to get rid of undesired noises and clicks. Some editing can also help give more rhythm to the script, and make it sound more natural. Some parts sound hesitant, more as someone reading a script instead of a fluent and natural speaker. That's what you want to aim for. A voice that sounds natural and genuine.


    Good start! Check our community for more tips and tricks!



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  • Angela Serrano #830202147

    Hi Harvey

    Thank you for sharing.

    As Juan Santiago mentioned, please note that to work with VoiceBunny you will need professional audio quality. Cell phone or computer microphones are not up to our standards as they are built for low-quality applications (such as audio conferences or phone calls). 

    Also, we also require all the takes submitted to our system to be precisely edited to remove any distracting noises (i.e. mouth clicks, breaths, etc.). This allows the take to be ready-to-use. So I would suggest you keep an eye on that and get some audio engineering training to be able to edit vocals for voice acting applications.

    However, fear not! If you don't know how or what to buy, we have created some handy guides on how to buy and choose the best gear for you. You can find guides for microphones, interfaces, preamps, headphones and even basic acoustic treatment you can try for your space! We also have a lot of webinars on these topics that may help you learn more about certain audio topics. 

    Also, if you'd like to get voice acting training, I would totally suggest you join Gravy for the Brain. They are an online voice acting education service that is amazing for new or experienced voice actors. Their membership is just $49/month and you can find a ton of material there you can use to learn about voice acting. 

    Hope this helped and don't stop trying! Voice acting is great and dedication is key to being successful in this field!

    Feel free to ask any questions you may have and share more demos with us.

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