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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    Hi Tamara

    As I mentioned in your other post, the quality doesn't sound very well. There're a lot of microphone touches, hiss, plosives and ambience noise. Take a look at the articles we have created around audio engineering and sound quality in our tips and advice section. 

    In this case, I felt the performance was a bit emotionless. You sound too salesy, over natural and conversational. Try to read the script as if you were talking to a friend. It will help a lot the way in which you can convey the message of the script. The main objective of the voice over should be to have the listener understand what Oh is and how it was created. We hosted a webinar with Tommy Griffiths, one of our best Pros, where he explains how he gets the perfect take and how he prepares his recordings. You can read the webinar recap or watch the video on this link

    Hope this helps!

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  • Juan Santiago Mendoza #1067143947
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    Hi, Tamara!

    Just wondering, what equipment are you using to record? 

    Best,

    Juan.

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