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Jabberwocky in Many Voices

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Date
02/27/2011
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Song
1.9 MB
1 min 4 sec
Score
4.11 / 5.00

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Author Comments

"Jabberwocky" - Written by Lewis Carroll from "Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There" (1872)
It's one of my favorite poems evar~

14-ish voices, but if you listen carefully enough, a lot of them are just "base voices" + little things like texture, different placement, (attempted) dialect, and so on thrown on. Not sure if I did too much with pacing and I have a decent feeling that these are "more voice than acting".

o_o; I believe 2-ish of these voices are in the "I can DO the voice, but can't do longer than half an hour without it hurting". If for some WEIRD reason you want to cast me based on those voices, well... Ask me first so I don't end up thrashing my chords forever.

That said, most of these are "voices I can do, but never get cast as" too. Someday I'll upload samples of my vocal and acting range that I can do competitively.

/whereismydemogrrrrrrraaa aaaaaahhhh

If you're gonna use any of this, let me know so I can check it out~!

Reviews


DragoonfaustoDragoonfausto

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is some good voice acting i especially love your serious voice.



mrbipolarmrbipolar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Good

I very much like the poem. But, the voicing was well done. I liked all of the textures and vocal ranges. I want more!


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SirUndeadSirUndead

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Righteous

This is awesome, there's good reason why you're one of the better known voice actors on the net. But the real reason why I'm commenting is because I think the format you used for the demo is great. The way you tell the poem is ear-catching.

I hear a lot of demos that use noises and music to set the mood better, and I understand that entirely, but at the same time it kinda covers up the voice, and I don't really like that. I mean obviously I'm some amateur and if anything I SHOULD be trying to cover up my flaws, but I don't think it's too complicated to let your voice speak for itself, hah.

Anyway, good luck with your path of inevitable success!


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