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Oct 7, 2001 | 3:56 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 8, 2001

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I know...the audio blows. If anyone has suggestions on how to improve the sound quality, please email me. gerimi1@earthlink.net . Maybe I just need better equipment. Right now I'm just using an Apple Plaintalk mic and editing w/ Macromedia Soundedit.

It took me way to long finish the first part. Hopefully I can knock out parts 2 & 3 in about a month each.

Reviews


TerathanDustTerathanDust

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 8, 2001

wicked...

this was fucking kool shit man...i got a laugh when that chick got slapped...keep it up, cant wait for the rest



gmarbalest27gmarbalest27

Rated 2 / 5 stars October 8, 2001

good grafix

but i seriously hope that these kinda bitches will all burn in hell... (i wont say they could suck my dick as an insult because they cant)



WoodbaneWoodbane

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 8, 2001

nice images.

looked real good, nice style. But the last thing we need is another story about a spoiled teenager who has everything given to them and then freaks out when they don't their way. She needs a couple more slaps from her mom.



kappakappakappakappakappakappa

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 8, 2001

kudos on the art... now on to the other stuff

good art, bad sound. The plot, as well, leaves something to be desired... frustrated goth girl kills summons otherworldly forces to assinate her parents because they wouldnt let her out on a school night. If your trying to make her the heroine, you may want to make the grievances against her somewhat more untolerable to gain our sympathy. In the words of a previous reviewer, she comes off "stupid and bitchy." but keep on drawing; the art was the saving grace of that piece.



AnamanFanAnamanFan

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 8, 2001

Good too look at, bad to listen to

Again, sound is a huge blite to this piece. Here's how to try and fix:

I noticed that you're useing a condencer mic. Becuse of it's design, Ps and Bs and other explosives have that poping sound. When recording, talk over the mic, not into it.

Also, keep the same distance away from the microphone at all times. Try to use a stand of some sorts rahter than holding the mic with your hands.

When useing music in the background, turn down the music. Playing music and vocals at 100% each will always drown out the vocals.

Also, feel free to encode the audio at a better frame rate. Yes, it takes a bit longer to download on dial-ups, but at least you'll be able to understand what people are saying.
When you have wonderful graphics and crappy sound, people will remember the grappy sound and look down at your work.

Hope this helps!