Practicing and recording my AudioBook Demo (Inspired by DC Goode)

I have been reading George Washington's War in the booth. It has great drama, suspense, history. It's a long book and I am reading it as practice for my audiobook/narration as well as putting it all together for my demo. I have some grat spots on there but I have gone back to re-record some of the work. Seems like the more I work, the more I practice the more my old stuff doesn't sound so hot. I have been listening to different work and saw a post from my friend DC Goode and went to listen to one of his new works. I have to say, his first person read is excetional. I have not done much outside of a narrative read so I'm looking forward to trying that out after my GW book.

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Comment by Edward Dalmas on November 3, 2009 at 10:32am
Rock on, man. This is every day and every morning for me, too. From fiction (Sinclair Lewis at the moment) to philosophy (Nietzsche and Aristotle), it's great practice -- and listening back to work/practice from months ago, sometimes weeks, it just doesn't stand up comparatively.

It's like listening to your first demo and then to what you do in the booth now. Nice learning curve there, huh?

Great work last week, btw.

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