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Mar 28, 2013 | 2:54 AM EDT
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Nights to Ignore - Written by Kai Skrotzki
Voice Acting Contest 10 Submission
*WARNING* Profanity

Five friends talk about their nights to remember... or at least try to.

Music and sound effects are royalty free and are credited to Kevin MacLeod ( and respectively.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

"Nights to Ignore" by KirbzVA*

Acting- 41/50
Range- 22/25
Fit- 21/25
Mixing- 15/20
Originality- 15/15
Writing- 12/15
TOTAL: 126/150

Comments: There was a small bit of dead air/static haze behind everything. The Irish (or Scottish?) accent was off. I Got lost a bit among the voices constantly switching. There was a little bit of trailing off and mumbling making a few words hard to understand. I would have liked to have heard more enthusiasm with several of the voices. The nerd had the most energy, but the lisp made some words hard to understand. I Would have kept it to less voices to make it a bit less confusing. I really liked the themeatic music based on the story being told and the unique way of using the theme! The Nerd Was my favorite voice. Overall, this was pretty good. I would work on your diction, kick up some of the voices, and look into some good sound removal for that background haze.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awwww you trying to get me to read? Hee hee hee hee hee. Casey made me feel fuzzy inside and I just wanted to cuddle him while nerdy guy really brought out some annoying antagonism to the piece, and it's always a good job to create a character that one just has to hate. As just an initial first listen through, I was confused as to who was who...were there really only 5 friends? When so many opinions were being thrown around, I couldn't tell who was who. I guess especially since the plot of this piece was not so much one story but a discussion of different stories trying to make their way through. So a little cluttered but upon further thinking you do keep them divided in some way. Perhaps some more focus on dividing the ranges would help that too. But I think overall it's pretty cool. Nice ending hahahaha.