Quite nice quality
I don't really have anything to go on here, I have no idea who you're trying to sound like.
Mic quality is crisp, no problems there. You sound very confident, which is really a good trait for a voice actor trying to get noticed.
My only problem is that you don't sound like the most enthusiastic commentator here. Sure, you're full of energy, but I'm sure you could squeeze out a tad more enthusiasm about the game you're supposed to be commenting on.
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Perhaps I could give it a shot and try this over some existing broadcasts for baseball, ice hockey or even basketball? I'm not sure I have the temperament to keep up with NHL speed for commentary, but it's worth a shot.
Good, but vocal. . .
You are convincing, but I believe you need to project your voice a bit more.
I feel so because it makes it a bit more authentic, since more sports speakers have to talk over cheers, boos, and even some rowdiness of the crowd at points.
You did a good job, overall.
:3 Keep going with your passion!
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Yeah - I need a stand and pop-guard for that, as the mic quality was compromised if I really projected my voice, as with Brain Blessed.
This sounds like one of those voice people for those sports teams. It kind of annoys me every now and then since if I were to want to watch a sport I would want to watch the team without some voice distracting me. Wonder if the players ever get annoyed and distracted by it.
I think you sounded great here though. A whole lot of enthusiasm.
Overall, great job!!
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I'm not sure they'd get distracted by it - that was my impression of an actual radio commentary on a New York Yankees game in the 1970s or 1980s
you have the right tone in the way you talk, however I think your using the wrong voice, if you'd made it sound like you were talking through a stadium mic. it would be more realistic.
How? Like having sound effects added? I think that I'd need to badger a few people into getting it to sound right