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Product Demo Voice Over Sample Script

For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for a Product Demo

The scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, target market, artistic direction, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices. So, if you’re looking for a voice actor, the next time you post a job on Voices, you’ll have an idea of how to format your job posting in order to get the best auditions back. This formatting helps voice actors to better understand the vision you have for your project, and bring it to life in their read.

For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts

Feel free to use these scripts for practice reads and demos! Keep in mind that, when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read. For example, a 5 to 7-second read of a 15-second script will suffice for your audition.


Flow Zone

Voice Age:

Young Adult (18-35)



Job description:

Flow Zone is a new augmented reality application that allows its users to be inserted into a lifelike virtual office environment in order to collaborate with colleagues while working remotely. 

This animated product demo will introduce viewers to Flow Zone, highlight the app’s key features, and lead them through the user experience. A blend of screen grabs and animated clips of the augmented reality aspect of Flow Zone will help viewers gain a glimpse into the multilayered channels through which the app is experienced.

Art Direction:

We are looking for a young adult male voice that speaks with a British accent. The narrator, embodied in the product demo video by our animated hero Amir, is a millennial man who loves working from home, but needs to eliminate distractions and connect with his coworkers. 

His voice is relatable, easy to understand, and confident as he walks the viewer through the benefits of using Flow Zone. There is a cool quality to the way he communicates, and he sounds like he’s speaking with a smile. 


Internet Video with Virtual Reality


Video Production


Articulate, Smooth, Upbeat




England – Received Pronunciation

Word Count:

256, 120, 94

1-Minute Product Demo Sample Script:

[We see an animation of a bespectacled young man, Amir, sitting on a couch. There’s the sound of a dog barking furiously in the background, while the glow of a TV broadcast flickers across his face. Close-up on Amir as he screws up his expression, frustrated and unable to focus.]

“In today’s world, working from home is growing more and more common. But sometimes, it can be helpful to have space where you can retreat and direct 100% of your focus to carrying out work tasks.”

[Amir has an a-ha moment, and retrieves a VR headset. He fastens it on his face.]

“Welcome to Flow Zone, your 21st century virtual office, away from the office.”

[We see the screen of the Amir’s phone as he navigates the interface of the Flow Zone app.]

“Flow Zone is an augmented reality application that recreates the office environment for both individual employees, and teams who are working remotely, and need to foster a sense of connectivity.”

“From the home screen, you can click the Landscapes button, which will send you to Landscape mode, where you’ll be provided with a variety of backgrounds to choose from.”

[All of a sudden, Amir is catapulted from the couch that was serving as his home office, and he lands in a pristine virtual office space. His coworkers, who appear as animated avatars, wave to him.]

“The default Landscape is an office setting. This background filter will provide a sense of uniformity to your work meeting. You no longer have to worry about meticulously positioning the webcam.”

[Amir presents data to his colleagues as their avatars watch, rapt. He rotates his head to make eye contact with every one of them. As he does this, we cut to a shot of Amir’s head turning as he sits on his couch, addressing his colleagues through the headset.]

“By creating a virtual office space and dropping you into it, Flow Zone eliminates all the distractions of home. When you’re immersed in the app, you can rotate your headset and gain a 360-degree view of your colleagues in the lifelike office space.”

[Amir toggles through various Landscape filters, and we see his avatar juxtaposed against a night sky, an ocean floor backdrop, and an office that looks out over an urban centre.]

“Enter Solo Mode when you need to hunker down and focus on a particular project, or just take a simple breather. With this feature, you have the option of toggling between a number of tranquil, stimulating, and fun environments. Just turn your head to the side to scroll between the Landscapes you can become immersed in, from a starry night sky, to an undersea oasis, to sitting at a desk overlooking the Manhattan skyline.”

[The Flow Zone logo fades in over a bright orange screen.]

30-Second Product Demo Sample Script:

[An animated graphic of a young man, Amir, standing up from his couch, setting down his glasses, and tightening a VR headset over his face.]

“When you strap on your headset and open the Flow Zone app, it won’t take long before you understand why Flow Zone is the augmented reality app that is changing the way individuals and teams work remotely.”

[We see the interface of the Flow Zone app on an iPhone screen.]

“To get started with Flow Zone, all you need is a VR headset and a mobile device.”

[The screen grab continues as a user moves through the app, testing out its various modes and settings. Amir’s animated avatar is thrust through an assortment of filtered backgrounds, and subsequently appears standing before a massive slideshow screen that towers over him.]

“Get connected in a workspace alongside your entire team, or settle in for a focused work session in a lifelike office, overlooking your favorite cityscape with the Landscapes feature. From the app home screen, enter Slideshow mode to experience your colleagues’ slideshows in immersive, up-close quality.”

[Amir, back on his couch, removes the VR headset, smiling.]

“When you’re done, just press the Leave Work button in the top-right corner, close the app, and remove your headset.”

[The Flow Zone logo appears over a bright orange background.] 

15-Second Explainer Video Sample Script:

[An animated graphic of the Flow Zone home screen pops up.]

“Flow Zone is an augmented reality app that is changing the way people work remotely. Here’s how it works.”

[The avatar of an animated character, Amir, is shown downloading the Flow Zone app from the App Store, removing his glasses, and squeezing his VR headset over his face.]

“First, install the app and connect it with your VR headset.”

[Amir is suddenly immersed in a realistic office space, surrounded by avatars of his coworkers.]

“Open Flow Zone, and your physical surroundings will instantly be transformed into a workspace that will help you focus when you need to connect with colleagues and blur out the distractions of home.”

[Split-screen: On the left side of the frame, we see Amir rapidly transition between a variety of landscapes. On the right side, we see a screen capture of the Flow Zone interface as a user scrolls through Landscapes, and drags and drops digital files to send to team members.]

“Toggle between calming and otherworldly Landscapes to suit your desired preferences. Send files to your colleagues, hunker down for a focused productivity period, or take a second to restore your mind.”

[The Flow Zone logo appears over a bright orange background.]

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  • Avatar for Troy Donahue Whitaker jr
    Troy Donahue Whitaker jr
    March 29, 2020, 1:48 pm

    No demo but I can send a video when I ran several restaurants I always have had people tell me I should be on the radio after they came through drive through so I thought I should give this a try

    • Avatar for oliver
      April 2, 2020, 10:13 am

      Hey Troy,

      Sounds like you’re ready to dive into the exciting world of voice acting. My advice would be to sign up for a Voices talent account, which will allow you to build your voice acting profile, browse job postings, and begin auditioning for voice over work.

      If you need some extra pointers on getting started, our Beginner’s Guide to Voice Acting is jam-packed with useful info.

      Happy auditioning,

    • Avatar for Dilip Kumar G
      Dilip Kumar G
      April 26, 2020, 8:58 am

      Hi my self DILIP KUMAR I am ready to give a voice.
      Thank you

      • Avatar for oliver
        April 27, 2020, 11:34 am

        Hi Dilip,

        When you sign up for a Voices talent account, you’ll instantly have the opportunity to fill out your profile, get access to our vast job board of voice over casting calls, and post your demo.

        Happy recording!

  • Avatar for Lorraine Michelle Miyashiro
    Lorraine Michelle Miyashiro
    April 25, 2020, 9:40 pm

    I am very interested in becoming a voice actress

    • Avatar for oliver
      April 27, 2020, 10:56 am

      Hey Lorraine,

      Thanks for reaching out. To start auditioning for voice over work, you should first register for a Voices talent account! From there, you’ll get the opportunity to fill out your profile, get access to our vast job board of voice over casting calls, and post your demo.

      Feel free to check out our Talent Help page, and never hesitate to send us an email with any questions at [email protected].

      If you’re still in need of some tips on cutting your teeth in the industry, our Beginner’s Guide to Voice Acting is a helpful resource that’s jam-packed with info about the voice over world.

      I hope that helps. Happy recording, and best of luck on your voice over journey!

  • Avatar for Adewunmi
    May 14, 2020, 4:40 pm

    Thanks, for this sample script. It will help train a newbie like me, I will practise this very well until am sure I can handle any tack.

  • Avatar for Sahal Kabeer
    Sahal Kabeer
    May 23, 2020, 1:09 pm

    Hi i have registered and will try the sample script. I am really interested in doing this job, I don’t mind what i get paid, i just want my voice to be heard in internet. That’ll be a huge thing for me.

  • Avatar for Ajmal AN
    Ajmal AN
    June 9, 2020, 9:41 am

    Hello, I’ve done My Registration with Voices.com and Waiting For Works. What’s the next Step???

  • Avatar for Athira. B
    Athira. B
    June 15, 2020, 12:55 am

    I am interested in this. Plz guide me.

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      June 15, 2020, 11:11 am

      Hi Athira,

      Here are two great resources that can introduce you to the world of voice acting and using our platform: the Beginner’s Guide to Voice Acting, and our YouTube channel.

      When you’re ready to get started, sign up for a Voices talent account and build your profile, upload a demo, and submit auditions for voice acting jobs.


      • Avatar for ANISH
        June 16, 2020, 11:29 am


      • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
        Oliver Skinner
        June 18, 2020, 10:28 am

        Hey Anish,

        Welcome aboard! Now that you’ve uploaded your demos, the next step you should absolutely take is filling out your entire profile to the best of your ability. This will include detailing the languages you can fluently speak, the recording equipment you’re working with, and the categories of voice over work that you specialize in. That way, when a client on the platform is looking for a voice like yours, they’ll be able to find you easier.

        When you sign up as a Premium member, you’ll have the opportunity to submit custom auditions to job postings. Once you gain some more experience and get used to using the platform, I’d recommend considering an upgrade so you can audition for more work.

        I hope that helps!

  • Avatar for Devansh tyagi
    Devansh tyagi
    June 21, 2020, 10:33 pm

    Hi my name is Devansh. I am a voiceover artist. I love this work a lot.

  • Avatar for Jini Jacob
    Jini Jacob
    August 2, 2020, 10:07 am

    I am interested to become a voice actress

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      August 11, 2020, 11:33 am

      Hi Jini,

      When you sign up for a Voices talent account, you can begin auditioning for voice over jobs that are listed on our platform.


  • Avatar for Nishi vj
    Nishi vj
    August 9, 2020, 7:16 am

    I have good sound , I prefer to read malayalam please help me

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      August 11, 2020, 10:41 am

      Hey Nishi,

      When you sign up for a Voices talent account, you’ll be able to list the languages you can fluently speak directly on your profile. That way, when clients are searching for a voice actor who can provide a script read in Malayalam, your profile and demos will be showcased.


  • Avatar for Sushant Kamlakar Wangate
    Sushant Kamlakar Wangate
    November 8, 2020, 9:47 am

    I am interested to work with us.
    Please give me an opportunity to work with us

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      November 9, 2020, 11:18 am

      Hi Sushant,

      It’s good to hear about your interest. When you sign up for a Voices account, you’ll have the opportunity to audition for voice over jobs listed on our site. 🙂