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A demonstration of Bob's core voice skills in narration including a range of styles from inspirational to lighter fare.
Some snippets from commercials, showing class and sophistication, but also technical, corporate, and a delicate touch.
Bob Kuhn's narration, commissioned for a stirring video for the Boston Celtics, has power and passion to spare. They were looking for that "James Earl Jones" sort of sound - deep, resonant, classy, confident and sincere. Combine that with building high-energy sports-caster style excitement, and the crowds at the Garden were on their feet.
The introduction to an uplifting piece, with the feel of the numinous, that also shows off Bob's ability to integrate foreign terms into his work.
Not all emotion is positive! Stephen King's Script for Disney's Haunted House. Ominous tones pervade this mood piece to demonstrate character voices for villains, on videogames, or otherwise.
A little bit of the exotic in the voice, trading on deep, rich, smooth, warmly resonant tones to enhance the image of the product. This fun piece definitely trades on the spiciness of Bob's voice -- one might describe the delivery as sultry, sexy, or alluring ... spice up your life.
An overt appeal to interest in the salacious aspects of Capri's past, a classy delivery that still enhances the titilation.
Narration for the National Geographic Channel of "Japan's Secret Submarine" recorded for the international market. The producers were looking for an authoritative British narrator, serious and thoughtful. T he resonant read they got is redolent with sophistication. By using the Japanese pronunciations for all names, (not included in sample) Bob demonstrated his meticulous research.
Elephants in the Sands of Gourma, adocumentary for the Global Environment Facility -- think "David Attenborough" if he had more presence! Assured and knowledgeable, with a smooth and sophisticated sound this call to action also involved Arabic names to introduce clips of people from Mali.
A museum guide narration, which shows how a delivery can be both authoritative and warmly enthusiastic. Hushed, awed tones -- definitely museum-docent voice!
The British accent: now not just for snobs! This pitch sounds warm, neighborly, and natural, while retaining more than a touch of class.
What more can one say about the Bard? A fluid, intelligent, and emotionally charged reading of Sonnet 29.
Movie trailer for "Leonardo Revealed," a documentary in production. A touch of mystery delivered in Bob's signature deep, classy, and believable tones excites the listener about the intriguing story covered by this documentary. Needless to say, as the producer is Italian, the pronunciation of Italian names is done with care and accuracy.
Dramatic radio clip from a radio commercial promoting an action thriller. Full of energy, urgency, and excitement.
A lighthearted look at some of the myths associated with the Isle of Capri, a spec piece for a travelogue. Makes you want to read more of this book. Or have it read to you.
A short sequence of dialogue from a fantasy novel intended for an adult, rather than children or young adult, audience.
A fantasy story with a dream-like tone and sense of wonder, with a poetic turn of phrase and directed to a young audience has different requirements from a story whose readers are expected to be largely adults.
This piece was developed for, and won, a seasonal competition at Lau Lapides Company. The copy is original, and the delivery humorous and Santa-esque.
A shiver up the spine for this eerie introduction for an art video. The surface is very much a nature-program style, with dark undertones.
The introduction to a medical eLearning course, produced by the World Medical Device Organization about the Australian regulatory framework for in vitro diagnostic devices.
This medical narration highlights a variety of medical terms, pronounced clearly and correctly. Bob's research is always impeccable.
Reassuring patients is an important part of communicating with them. This snippet does just that.
Not a movie trailer, but a movie-trailer voice used to present scientific information in an engaging, easy-to-digest fashion.
A spec ad for a computer manufacturer. Not a business presentation, nor highly technical, yet demonstrates Bob's comfort in the business world and high tech arena. That, in turn, allows for an eminently believable and enthusiastic presentation.
Bob's voice is heard on Ezee Radio for St. Vincent and the Grenadines doing promos, seasonal announcements, etc. This is one Christmas-time station promotion.
Voiceover during the opening credits for a TV show. Since the show was about stress reduction during times of transition, this sample is bright, energetic, and positive.
Recorded message for an IVR system for an optometrist. The clarity of Bob's diction makes his voice ideal for Telephony and IVR applications.
A classic commercial delivered with classic style: smooth and sophisticated, while maintaining the caring warmth necessary to be believable.
Straight broadcast ad, delivered with aplomb.
National Geographic Channel Documentary Excerpt
Bob narrated the international version of the National Geographic Channel documentary, Japan's Secret Sub. This is a 71 second excerpt.