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Voice Over • Elearning


My demo was produced and recorded by Grammy-nominated, vocal coach, and producer Joe Loesch. With his guidance, I wrote the copy for each of the items mentioned. These items were chosen to highlight the different nuances within my voice. Thank You for listening.

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Vocal Characteristics


English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


US General American (GenAm), US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta), US Western


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
as we age, our blood pressure begins to rise. Some of us will have level so high they may cause life threatening health issues. Thes issues can include heart attacks and strokes. This'll increase in blood pressure happens slowly over a period of many years, so most of us don't even realize we have a problem until our doctor brings it up. Catfish Alley. It's located in Columbus, Mississippi. The name comes from the alley that became a gathering place for the African Americans who lived there in the late 18 hundreds and for the catfish that were cooked and served there. There were several businesses located along the alley, including barber shops, cleaners and even a drug store. Welcome to the Crystal Palace tour through Raccoon Mountain Caverns. Our tour lasts about 45 minutes. I'll be pointing out several different cave formations along the way. Please stay together. Watch out for low hanging rocks, use the handrails and feel free to ask questions. My mom makes the best peanut brittle. A few years back, she decided it was time that I learned how to make it. The process looks simple, but I soon learned that there were several steps involved. You have to be ready to move and move fast. Peanut brittle makes a wonderful gift. The hard part is not eating it all yourself. Howard Hughes lost his mind. Charles Lindbergh lost his baby. Amelia Earhart lost for all time. Thes air. Just a few of the strange happenings that haunt the world of flight aviation and mysterious occurrences seem to go hand in hand. What is the connection? Where will the answers be found? My plaques are made from wood and 10 often found in scrap piles. Hence the name scrap Happy Art. You'll find the honest scars of time throughout my work because the history is as important to me as the artwork itself. I have several designs ready to go, but if you're looking for something special, I love a challenge.