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Jul 11, 2012 | 12:10 PM EDT
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6.8 MB
4 min 16 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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Voice Acting - A Capella

Author Comments

A worldly vocal piece based on random lyrics I made up. If they mimic words of an actual language, it was not intentional. All other noises were also made by me.

If you want this piece without all other noises, use this link:


lakiv hivav zuduzmav
hechi lekya zuzadak
lakiv hivav zuduzmavbi
okmav zunuzinya gav

lakiv hivav zuduzmav
hebav nunak kanuvma
zirisuzuv zuduzmavbi
ponma jisuv laduzka



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Highly enjoyable. Interesting idea using a custom chosen set of syllables that don't intentionally exist as words in any language, let's any listener enjoy the "foreign" feel regardless of their native language. The song structure is nice and varied and you produced a wide range of sounds with your mouth!
As for things to improve i think the voices sounded a little weak/quiet. I'm not quite sure what it is but i felt they didn't quite fill the sound space. Perhaps some equalizing or different panning might fix it but i can't say. The part at 1:50 sounds better and at that point i was really getting in to the song. A wonderful medley of wonderful melodies! The singing was all nice and soft on my little ears and the panning at 2:58 really felt like you were singing just next to my head, spooky.
Overall i think you did a good job with this. It's fun, creative and unusual and for that it gets a 10!

ZipZipper responds:

Thank you very much for such a thought-out review. I think the quietness is due to bad mixing, in need of better equalization, as well as having so many tracks going on at the same time. The part at 1:50 has the least amount of tracks occurring simultaneously, so maybe that's why it sounds better. Live sounds are definitely harder to mix than the digital ones, so I'm still learning. Again, thanks!