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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Paint Scribe » Sun Aug 23, 2009 7:18 am

Uh-oh.. something happened to Chapter 5. But the results are very intriguing. It is as though the ven have stepped forward into our time.

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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Nihilistic Mind » Sun Aug 23, 2009 9:21 am

It's awesome! I was wondering what would happen to this little tale. :)
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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Keith Fyans » Sun Aug 23, 2009 11:26 am

IMO That was the best 'cast by far! Have a "No Chip" for that one. I enjoyed that alot. If you don't mind me asking, how did you make the spetres voice effect?
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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Paint Scribe » Sun Aug 23, 2009 9:49 pm

thank you, guys! I enjoy getting positive feedback.

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I used GarageBand. I started with the Ping Pong Pulses, and reduced the Master Echo and altered the Tremolo settings, added Female to Male and Down Fourth Vocal Transformers.

And I talked as eerily as I could. It was interesting seeing how it changed my voice as I moved from an almost whisper to a growl, and then the scream....I had all the dogs in the neighborhood barking. ^_^

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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Nihilistic Mind » Sun Aug 23, 2009 10:04 pm

I had to listen to the Spectre voice several times because it was hard to understand. All in all, very fitting. :)
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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Keith Fyans » Tue Aug 25, 2009 4:29 am

I used GarageBand. I started with the Ping Pong Pulses, and reduced the Master Echo and altered the Tremolo settings, added Female to Male and Down Fourth Vocal Transformers.


Drats! Does anyone know of any PC based applications that could do the same thing?
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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby wunderworks » Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:54 pm

Yes!
http://www.operationgadget.com/2004/03/ ... nativ.html
http://www.music-software-reviews.com/a ... itors.html

Take your pick. I used to compose music on my PC back when I was in HS. It's been around forever.
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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby Keith Fyans » Wed Aug 26, 2009 4:34 am

wunderworks wrote:Yes!
http://www.operationgadget.com/2004/03/ ... nativ.html
http://www.music-software-reviews.com/a ... itors.html

Take your pick. I used to compose music on my PC back when I was in HS. It's been around forever.


Have yourself a Style Point sir!
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Re: Crimson Sorrow Podcast has gone live!

Postby TheDragonMaster » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:57 am

Jessica, you've outdone yourself yet again. This is the second Episode where I wished that there were 6 stars on the iTunes ratings system! You do a wonderful job of getting the characters emotions across with your voice. I have to admit that hearing Serena's story brought a tear to my eye (and not just on the first listen through either :-).
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