"A night to remember" by desierto*
Comments: First, it sounded like you were recording inside of a fish tank and you had some dead air. Honestly, I'm not really sure what's going on in this skit. Are these your voices coming out and talking to each other? You actually have a pretty good vocal range and your acting has potential. Lastly, adding SFX and background music could have helped you out. Overall, work on really pumping up your character acting and save up some money for a better mic and find a better recording space.
First thing I noticed: Too quiet!
Assuming you're using Audacity, use the Normalizer effect to set the dB level to -3.00. It'll make everything even, and at a standard volume.
Second, insulate the area around your microphone to avoid background reverb. It will give you that warm, present effect.
Third, use the noise profiler on a clip of nothing but your background noise to allow you to eliminate that buzz in the background.
The overall quality here is pretty nice. It's hard to tell, being so quiet, but I like the voices.
I know you're not a native English speaker. But you can use that to your advantage! Your accent and inflections can be used for certain characters, especially being Mexican.
Work on your Americanized accent in the mean time, of course, but always play to your strengths.
Wow, that's a lot of tips, thank you! i actually used audacity for the first time whilst recording this, and i will surely implement your suggestions and learn to use it better in the future.
I would've liked to add some noise effects, music and some voices mumbling here and there and what not, but had no more time, i totally agree, it also sounds too quiet to me too!
Thanks for dropping by man, i really appreciate it!