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Apr 9, 2013 | 11:45 PM EDT
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5 min 18 sec
3.52 / 5.00

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Voice Acting - Drama

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enjoy this drama filled voice acting i did.its my first time doing this kind of thing so sorry if its poor quality



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

"a night to remember" by aHOBO196*

Acting- /50
Range- /25
Fit- /25
Mixing- /20
Originality- /15
Writing- /15

Comments: There were a lot of mouth noises and background noise. Good effort on the acting, but it was pretty unemotional for the most part. Narration can be hard to do well, especially for the first time. It's also not really a good idea for a competition since narration tends to be very level toned. It's hard to judge for acting. Instead of mixing the voices into it like you're telling a story over a camp fire, it would be better to narrate, then cut into the scene... for example talk like an older guy telling a story, then cut in with the character's younger voice along with the other characters. It was done like an audio book and all in one take except you tripped over your words and mumbled several times. The voices were very similar save for the accent. Lastly I'll have to DQ this since I did not hear at least 3 different voices. Overall, try practicing with some non-narrative scripts and make sure to get as much emotion in as possible. Overact as much as you can. It's always easier to tone it down, than to dial it up. Also, to help with the mouth noises, back up from the mic when you record and invest in a pop screen.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

too much lip smacking bro :)