Thank you, sir.
Oh man, I'm gonna have to use you my friend...meaning I'd like to include your voice in some of my flashes in the future. ^_^
I like your range of voices!!.
Well thank you very much!
*polite nod and a wink*
I got nothin' but goodness. . .
to pass over your way, SeththeTart (Odell)------>
ALL of your voices are good, Man. I'm particularly fond of the Harry Larry's Used Car Salesman. Chauncey's owner is pretty good too. Oh and there's just something about the balloon animal making Clown that's hilarious. Your redneck was kind of weak, (NOT the "city folk shuckin' corn" one but the Bigfoot one) but I'm just an elitist about Southern voices so, yeah. Heh heh heh Your wizard was fabulous as well. Hell, I might as well say I'm liking ALL of your voices. You know, the BEST part about this demo, (not that I have ANY experience whatsoever, so I'm honestly not trying to come off like I do) is the fact that you incorporated not only relevant material WITH them. But material that would have been entertaining by itself. Add in your wonderful voices and you've got a winner, Pal. All around, I'd say this is a GRADE A Demo, Man. Oh and as for the quality, I must be almost deaf because it didn't sound that bad at all to ME. I thought it was mixed well. But, like I said, who the freak am I? Ha!
If you ever need an UNknown, lowly NG noobie, goofy voiced female to help you out with something, feel free to P.M. me ANYtime, Man, seriously. Please.
Until that day may come. . .
............Take care, be good and pat yourself on the back, Odell.period
Thanky kindly. Funny, I thought my 'corn shucker' was weaker than my 'Bigfooter' voice. *shrug* But, that's only cause I think I can do that voice better than the other, but I didn't record it as strongly as I know I could have/can. But, thank you for your kind words. :) I've seen you on the forums before I recognize your avatar. And vice-versa for work. ;)
Fantastic work here. Its not in the range of voice, but more in the miner nuances that give the characters CHARACTER. It doesn't feel forced or faked, and was quite funny at some parts.
You do need a new mic BADLY though. Its a shame to let a $10 peice of equitment hold back talent. The current mic you are using s dull and muddy, and stands out even more when mixed with crisp clear sound FX.
I recorded this in studio. My friend's the DJ there, so it's not a rockband microphone or anything like that, it's high end equipment. But, I do know what you mean. (I think the problem is my friend is a DJ and not a sound technician. [And, after seeing your own work, I'm that much more grateful for your input on my voice work. Please, let me know if you could use my help in the future])
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.