I'd suggest giving a little more info: a link to your channel (even if you don't have narrations up) as putting the name you gave in Youtube results in a couple of dozen songs and a movie, what type of stories you're looking for (long stories/short stories, psychological/supernatural/reality-based, anthologies, etc.), etc.
I only have one posted story as of now and it's a bit NSFW. Even after I cleaned it up and removed a lot of the more graphic details. You're welcome to use it if you like. To be honest, I don't see any CP YouTubers giving any readings of it. I'm a big fan of CreepsMcPasta, but he censors what he reads to make it more family friendly and there's no way that would work with what I've produced.
As one the official narrators for creepypasta wikia I wish you luck. Make sure not to give up I have seen my fare share of narrators come through that want to start a channel and give up after 1 or 2 videos posted.
Be prepared to work very hard on your channel it's not easy and takes a lot of work. Make sure to make a schedule of when you are going to upload as well.
The best advice I can give you from my experience is to start with the small stories and work your way up. I think I did like 5 videos that where small and now do nothing but the bigger stories which I would not have it any other way, I'll even throw a small one in time to time. If at all possible try to upload twice a week if not then once is fine.
A good first effort. :) I found that the background music drowned out your voice a bit, but please take what I say with a grain of salt. Opinions and buttholes, know what I mean? I hope you stick with it. Subbed, I look forward to seeing you grow and improve as a narrator.
I don't know how you feel about poetry, but feel free to give A Strident Grief a look if you're interested. Good story pick too. DrBobSmith has a knack for unmasking the dark face society hides.
So, you want to be a CP Narrator, huh? Well, buckle in because I've got loads of advice and feedback for you, my young friend.
First, I agree with absolutely everything DrBob just said, so I won't repeat what's already been said. I will, however, add a few things that I hope you find helpful.
You need to avoid the hard "P" sounds when speaking into a microphone. It tends to break immersion. Ditto for breathing into the mic. There are many ways to do this. One is to not speak directly into the mic, but slightly off to the side. Your voice will still be captured, but that awful popping sound won't be present. I recommend practicing this or possibly finding a way to buy or construct a pop/click filter. This can be as easy as speaking through a stretched pair of pantyhose that has been secured to stay in place.
Next, as DrBob said, you should find yourself a good audio editing program. There are many free options available. I would recommend this one: Audacity
Third, your voice does indeed have a creepy childish quality to it that could serve you well. If you're looking for stories that would work with such a sound, I have always been very fond of Cul-de-sac, as it was the first Creepypasta I ever heard. I think you could do an excellent reading of it, seeing as it is all about dead kids.
Well done. Keep posting videos. The only way to get noticed is to post consistently.
thanks a ton! i have audacity but dont know a lot about it only know how to remove backround noise, i will look into everything to do with mic quality currently using a blue snowball i bought just for this how do i show you my videos whilst their private? can you share links or something?
i noticed the music drowned out my voice, sorry about that i think i managed to get a steady audio level next video will be up in about 5 minutes i plan to try and make 2 videos a day as i got some spare time on my hands right now
One way to make sure you're at the right distance between you and your mic is to stick your pinky finger to the front of your microphone and extend your thumb out and bring your chin to your thumb. Doing that will guaranty that the mic will pick your voice up but not close enough that you can hear you breathing.
Your microphone is fine that's one of the best you can get. I use yeti blackout a little more expensive but all there microphones are good. You can use audacity to clean it up.