The blog of Trenton Landmark
Again, a little hasty on storyline; I was impressed at the befitting track music for the scenes. The voice-overs are... well, inefficient in a way. Why not use voice modulators? Simple applications contain them. It is rigid to commence in the pros and cons.
What do you mean by voice modulators?
I'm not a professional, and I don't have any equipment. This is THE BEST I CAN DO PERIOD. I am recruiting more actors and our latest recording went extremely well. The next part will be better.
Oh and thank Solomon Kim, or Mr. Dern for the music, he does a great job.
I meant no offense, but that is my opinion. And by voice modulators, that was an inadvertent mishap at the disposal of my auto correct. I meant modifier. I have no equipment, either, so I empathize, Mr. Landmark. Keep up the better segments of the series, however, complete with that tantalizing music from Mr. Dern.
Why would you use a voice modifier? They end up either sounding incredibly unnatural or artificial. As all of the characters are humanoid-ish, I would say to not to modify their voice artifically. It would be a bad idea.
I was merely entreating a suggestion. I never utilized one, though.