2023-01-08 (Su) Gravy Shock Additional voices 2.1

I wanted to record Ness for the last time, but it was late, and I would like to accomplish it in one or two sessions. The only voices left were the station crew. I wanted to use my vocal processor to modulate my voice because doing it after the fact makes experimentation difficult. I recognize that this is not how voice actors work.

The first example was an automated announcement in the space station, where I used "HARMONY," so it sounds like the voice is coming from multiple sources simultaneously. I used my speaking voice, but I made it staccato and the touch of an accent. The second voice was a boy selling masks, but I already voiced one young boy, so I used the pitch-shifting feature. It did not sound great, so I recorded my regular voice and did the same operation with Audacity's included effect, but the vocal processor did a better job. Another worker was me, but I tried to sound bored and uninterested. The final character was a launch specialist, where I used the "FORMANT CHARACTER" setting and lowered my voice, but I spoke naturally.
Voices aboard the space station

Files on GitHub.
Interactive 3D houseboat model.

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