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Date
05/07/2011
File Info
Song
576.3 KB
37 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Genres:
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Author Comments

Long overdue voice demo. This is my first "official" demo. The one I uploaded before was simply me playing with the idea of a voice demo. That is the reason why many of the same voices are present in this one.

Not much else to say about this one. Took me about 3-4 hours of actual work over the course of a few days. Most of that spent in post-production.

If you want to use my abilities in a project, shoot me a PM, or email me at hutchings_matthew@msn.com

I'm also on Twitter @MattHutchings

And remember, if you liked it, share it with your friends!

Special thanks to Nalfang for helping me test for quality.

Most of the songs in the background are from incompetech.com. Check it out. Dude's got some amazing stuff. Donate a few bucks if you can.

Other sounds from pacdv.com and soundbible.com. The "Soldiers Marching Sound" is by Mike Koenig.

I hope you enjoy.

- Matt

Reviews


TomStheVoiceTomStheVoice

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice!

Just stopped by to see your stuff since you saw one of mine.
This is truly awesome work you have. You have great range and energy. Looking forward to seeing more from you.

Cheers,
Tom S. :)



RedHarvestRedHarvest

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

great work!

great sounding natural voice - only reason im not giving a ten is because i think you should put some more realistic voices that people would want to use - perhaps just a few general protagonist types? -

well done though!


Loy6 responds:

The idea here was to show off my range. Most of the voices here are extreme on purpose, so people can see what types of sounds I can make in the shortest amount of time possible. Anything here can be toned down to appropriate levels.

That said, that is good advice, and you've worked with a LOOOT of Flash cartoons, so you'd certainly be a great judge of quality. The fact that you like it says a lot to me, so thank you. I plan on making some more demos in the future, and your advice will be taken to heart for those.


narfnarf

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

Thanks for the link. Your pretty amazing. Not sure if I'll need voice acting for my game, but if I do, I'll keep your name in mind. Very funny stuff. I can listen to the loop all day lol.


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Loy6 responds:

Excellent! Hahaha, thanks!


Touch-fuzzyTouch-fuzzy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sweet-ness.

The voices were diverse, the quality was crisp, and the delivery was with confidence. The tunes in the background were quiet enough to stay out of the way of the voice work, but still had enough presence to add to the tone/mood of the voice it was with.

Overall, it was really, really good. Awesome. :D


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Loy6 responds:

Right on, thank you! I needed to see this after I got zero-bombed earlier today.


mrbipolarmrbipolar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent

You're very good and I think you have a pretty good vocal range. The characters were spot on in my opinion and you sounded confident with you delivery. Great job all around.


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Loy6 responds:

Thank you very much! I'm pretty proud of it and I'm glad you like it.