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  • #440309
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    Anna C.
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    What software do you use? Like when you want your voice to echo, or sound tiny or sound otherworldly?

    #440325
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    Morten
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    Preferebly, I do as they did in ye old day of radio theater. Playing with on studio props. Like speaking into a tin can or glas, or big wooden box like they did for treebeard.

    #440359
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    Anna C.
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    Do you also use Helium gas? I’m kind of afraid to try. Games have one of the most awesome character dubbing, especially when it comes to nonhuman creatures like elves, monsters and the like, I’ve been wondering what tools/software could help you make those voices :-)

    #440368
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    Morten
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    No I don’t have that. :-) but its fun, It does strain the voice box a bit over time. But its not harmful in small durations.

    Quote the link – http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/explainer/2006/06/stay_out_of_that_balloon.html
    “You don’t have to worry about fatal asphyxiation if you’re sucking from a helium balloon at a party. At worst you’ll keep going until you get lightheaded and pass out—at which point you’ll stop inhaling helium and your body’s oxygen levels will return to normal”

    #440403
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    Anna C.
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    Thanks! I guess I’ll have to give it a try once I get my hands on a helium balloon.

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