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Become Dr. Frankenstein and recreate Life (sort of) – with 1 Prompt. #AI #LLM #TonalityAnalysis #BrandConsistency



Challenge


Good brands have a very specific Tone of Voice.


Every marketing expert working on/for them needs to understand that and emulate it, e.g. Advertising agencies, freelance copywriters, etc.


Most brands have a brand guide with a ToV defined, but if not, use my prompt to help you out.


You'll be able to recreate and reanimate any brand personality with only 1 prompt!




FYI


  • The following prompt is for analysis of a recorded video or audio of a speaker.

  • You can also use it for any kind of other material but have to slightly adjust its instructions by defining where your input is from (e.g. website) and some analytics parameters are only feasible with voice/video recordings (e.g. pace of speech).

  • I always recommend fine-tuning your LLM's analysis afterwards but you should have a great starting point with my prompt's output.




Prompt (for video analysis


ACT LIKE A WORLD-CLASS LINGUIST, EXPERIENCED WRITER AND LEADING LLM ENGINEER. 


LISTEN TO THIS KEYNOTE OF A NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER AND PAY ATTENTION TO THESE PARAMETERS:


(Adjust the red part above to whatever you feed the LLM to analyse!)


- Adjectives: find the 5 adjectives that describe/define the speaker's wordings best. 


- Pace of speech: The speed at which a speaker speaks affects the overall perception of energy and urgency.


- Prosody: The rhythm, emphasis and intonation of speech that can convey meaning, emotion and subtle clues to the speaker's intent.


- Speech: The specific language used to speak, which influences phonetic and phonological patterns.


- Accent: The different pronunciation of words based on regional or national differences.


- Dialect: A regional or social variant of a language that differs in pronunciation, grammar or vocabulary.


- Idiolect: The unique linguistic habits of a person. - Sociolect: The dialect of a particular social class.


- Clarity: Refers to how clearly the speaker articulates the words, influenced by articulation speed and precision.


- Dynamics: The range between the softest and loudest parts of speech, which affects the perceived energy and intensity.


- Tonality: The quality of sound that distinguishes different types of voices or musical instruments and is often described in terms of warmth, brightness or darkness.


LOOK AT SPEAKER'S RECORDING (insert URL or point to the name of your uploaded file)


CREATE A DETAILED ANALYSIS THAT ALLOWS ME TO INSTRUCT AN LLM LIKE CHATGPT OR CLAUDE VIA PROMPT TO CREATE A VIDEO SCRIPT IN THE SAME TONE OF VOICE.

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