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VOICEOVER VIDEO DEMOS
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Playmobil: enthusiastic 'adventure voice' (Peeters Productions, Holland)

SUBARU Outback: classic rough 'bad guy voice' (Way Creative Studios, Sweden)

High Voltage Walk: information video in storytelling style (Ludvika Electrical, Sweden)

Beijer building materials: dominant, decisive (HONESTY Advertising, Sthlm)

ELON Stockholm: honest, positive, 'the ordinary person' type of voice (Svensson KMN, Sthlm)

TV weather promo: straightforward, clear 'no nonsense' style (Colibri TV, Sweden)

A6 Center: deep, emotional, tender voice (Rizzly Productions)

GORE-TEX: a male determined voice (Scenario Studios, München)

SECO Tools: a classic industrial narration type of voice (Sprachlabor, Germany)

SUBARU: uptempo, driving, positive (Way Creative Film, Malmoe)

Local school promotion video: storytelling, informative (Byssa Productions)

Nokian Tyres: storytelling calm narrative (Media Beat, Finland)

BINGOLOTTO: deep male voice, 'the movie trailer guy' (Ljudbyrån Gothenburg)

Google Tutorial: friendly, informative, clear (Voiceovers UK, England)

Ben's Bingo: A happy storytelling uncle type of voice

Cykelkraft: soft, close, vulnerable voice (Tekno Media, Sweden)

EU:s worst crisis: informative, urgent (Krane & Rabe, Berlin)

WEB CRM: friendly, informative (Web CRM, Denmark)

Arex Finans: positive, urgent, informative

Viking War of Clans: dark dangerous menace (PACE Media, London)

Local weather promo #2: straight, clear, 'no nonsense' type of voice (Colibri TV, Sweden)