Akiem Bailum Narration Demo



I utilized the sample voice over scripts that were available on the Voices.com website for this sample. I also managed to record these clear and crisp voice overs utilizing the built in recording app on my cell phone. The samples were very fun to record and I am looking forward to doing even more.

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Child (5-12)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM) North American (US Midwest- Chicago, Great Lakes) US African American


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Like many other philosophers who greatly extended our knowledge of nature, Galileo had a remarkable aptitude for the invention of instruments designed for philosophical research to facilitate his practical work. We find that in 1599 he had engaged a skilled workmen who was to live in his house, and be constantly at hand to try the devices which were forever springing from Galileo's fertile brain. Once upon a time in a magical kingdom surrounded by a vast valley, there lived a young Squire who dreamed of becoming a knight every day. The Squire carried out his daily duties patiently awaiting the day he could prove his worth and pass into knighthood. It was light now, for the moon had risen. The forest was beautiful, and the fronds of the bracken shone like frosted silver in the open glade between the tree trunks. The wild rabbits danced with their shadows on the velvet grass. But when they saw the ferry they all stopped dancing and stood round in a ring to stare at her. I've brought you a new play fellow, the ferry said. You must be very kind to him, and teach him all he needs to know in rabbit land, for he is going to live with you forever and ever. And she kissed the little rabbit and put him down on the grass. Run and play little rabbit, she said. Once upon a time the king's youngest son became filled with the desire to go abroad and see the world. He got his father's permission to leave on an adventure, kissed his parents goodbye, mounted his blackhorse, and galloped away down the high road. Soon the gray towers of the old castle in which he had been born, disappeared behind him.