Voice Over • Documentaries
Several different narration styles, from heartfelt conversational to dramtic to documentary to industrial.
Storyteller Gravitas Serious Documentary Emotional Caring Descriptive Corporate Upbeat Informative Whimsicle Warm Conversational Inspiring
Middle Aged (35-54)
British, US General American (GenAm), US Western
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
The most fearsome part of this ancient reptile is its mouth, designed to rip off limbs and edible chunks of carcass with up to 80 tearing teeth in the world's poorest places. A special group of Children suffer more than most there rejected outcast because their parents are in prison. In a normal year, these babies would have landed on the ground in a flooded Mississippi water, and safety is closer than ever. Thank you, Mother Mississippi. This is New York City, where the lights are bright and shiny is a New York City taxi. This is a testimony to a city fueled by dreams and coffee at GE's power conversion business. We understand your operational challenges, and they're driven to help increase your plant efficiency and in turn, help your business become more competitive. You know of nature. There are few ecosystems as complex and very as the one found in Common House Party. My wife and I read three, and you know what did a pretty good jam with him. We just really joy. Kids come to the land where time began. Abraham, David, Jesus Mohammed. Great events they inspired
Announcer, Father, Grandfather, Narrator, Storyteller, Authoritative, Conversational, Corporate, Folksy, Friendly, Genuine, Mature, Narrator, Natural, Strong, British, US General American (GenAm), US Western