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A certain someone told me to "make more stuff to steal". I don't know if these are "steal-worthy", but these were recorded a whiilleee ago and felt it was time to upload something random. So yeah.
...If I don't sound as "loud" or "full of presence" like I usually do, I totally blame me being sick at the time of these recordings and being stupid-stubborn enough to try recording anyways since I thought these characters could get away with less energy. Can you hear my chords tightening in some of these? I can.
Pro-Tip: In the professional realm, whatever you do, do NOT record while you're sick. Do NOT show up at the studio sick, ESPECIALLY if it really affects your voice. ALWAYS reschedule your session if you're being sick messes up your ability to perform. If you don't, they will NEVER call you back.
The first 52 seconds-ish is a scratch track (a guide more than a polished performance) to help someone I'm working with on my game project, since her French was kinda off and I thought an example would help her out. The vocal talent I'm working with is recording in my stead since I was/am too sick to record these lines myself.
Everything after that was for a fun role I auditioned for and didn't get (I can guess why), but liked the lines... Or how they were written, at least. There aren't enough of these characters to try out for, I swear.