You can do better...
Seriously you can. I'm not an expert or anything, but if I were you I would:
- pick few, several voices that are my best ( quality over quantity)
- made a shorter clip ( 3 min. max )
- wrote a script ( well random stuff can be great, but only if it's well executed. Nobody wants to listen to something like"What to say? What to say? hmmm... I KNOW...nope can't do that" )
* optional - add background music and/or sound effects that fit the voice
Hope that helps. Looking forward hearing your next clip.
A few tips
I'm 21 seconds in and can tell you right now you NEED A POP FILTER. They are very cheap. You can even use a sock. The quality otherwise is fine.
As for the presentation, you need to plan ahead. Its 'cool' that you just jumped in on it spontaneously, but you waste a lot of time on a website with a very short attention span.
Sure its your choice how professional you chose to appear, but going over the 'PG13' rating in something like this just makes you look bad (I say this from a producer prospective). Look at any other voice sample from popular VAs and you just won't see it.
You need to write out some skits if that is what it takes. This sample fails to demonstrate ANY acting skill at all. I'm not saying you don't HAVE any, I'm saying that if you do, this doesn't show it off.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.