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Date
10/06/2012
File Info
Voice
2.7 MB
2 min 55 sec
Score
2.62 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.62 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Voice Acting - Comedy
Tags:
funny
war
voice
acting

Author Comments

Hey there! I just got scouted for the Audio Portal, so I got creative really quickly afterwards. xD

The story behind this emerged from me wanting to do a demo reel where each voice interacted with each other, but then...I just figured I'd make it a totally different thing.

GO MASCULINITY!

Credits:
Script: Copper
Voices: Copper
Music: O Fortuna - Carl Orff
War Sound Effects: Youtube
Final Quote: Family Guy

Reviews


HaggardHaggard

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 21, 2012

Very good voice acting in this one. Your voice really does sound very powerful and the way you delivered the speech was very convincing. I also liked the humour here, very nicely delivered.

"O Fortuna" might be a bit overused for stuff that has to do with "fighting", but oh well. It's just so damn good, isn't it?

However, the first few seconds need some better mixing, as the music was louder than the voice, thus making the first few sentences of the speech very hard to understand.

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ecopper12 responds:

Sorry for the late response.

Thanks for the compliments! And yeah, O Fortuna is a bit overused, but classical music isn't my forte, so that was I thought of. xD

The mixing is definitely something I'll fix in Voice War Two, if I make one. I've heard from a lot of people that the music is really loud, so, thanks for that, cause I would've never noticed on my own, really. xD I don't have an ear for things like that, usually.

Thanks again!


headphoamzheadphoamz

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 6, 2012

I would use some sort of compressor on your vocal track, maybe even cover the whole mix, as the music drowns out your words in the first few seconds.
Also, might be good to go with a noise gate. Intake of breath takes away from the tension. Good content and story, though.


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ecopper12 responds:

Thanks! I always notice tiny things about it, but I haven't had much experience with mixing, so I would always have basic things done. I'll be sure to Google those things and see what I can do on my next submission.

Thanks again!