(The faint, little mechanical ‘whirs’ heard in the later half of the recording are intended to be him literally adjusting his voice manually, dropping it several octaves at a time and adding dramatic ambience.)
I’ve been considering upgrading from my standard Blue Yeti to a Blue Yeti Pro for a long time. Anyone have any other recommendations for mics before I make my final decision? Also, what kind of mixer should I pick up?
(This is in no way the final version, simply a ‘proof-of-concept’.)
Hey there! If you’re wanting to get serious about doing some voice acting, I’d recommend first picking up a good mic. Depending on how much cash you have on hand, I’d highly advise looking into the Blue Yeti. It’s a great starter mic and it can sound fairly professional. If you’re looking for something a bit cheaper, check out the Yeti Snowball. A few friends of mine use one and they’re pretty close in quality to the Blue, save for some of it’s intricacies.
In the end, they are after all only so young. How could one truly prepare for a rude awakening such as this?
Rose: Answer. Taken from 005536 onwards. [Follow along starting here?]
Hehe, finally figured out some sort of way to semi-animate a pesterlog. First time working with one on a visual front like this— it sort of snowballed into a collab of this size, and took a few liberties, but hopefully it works out!
Rose Lalonde voiced by Tamara
Jade Harley voiced by Jane
Doc Scratch voiced by Stu
Audio editing by Tamara
Video editing/additional visuals by Jane
Background Music: Black Rose / Green Sun by Malcolm Brown
Homestuck: Andrew Hussie
It’s been a while but this animation still amazes me