>go to wikipedia page of subject you are interested in
>go to vocaroo and record yourself reciting a part of that page
>post link here
Rate and assume based on voice and subject of interest.
Keep your recordings short. No longer than 30 sec.
Oh boy, I realised I sounded pretty much like shit, I'll try to record something new in a little while
Nice accent dude, like your voice! And yeah, it's gotta be Terminator 2
You really sound like you get paid to read shit at English listening exams or something. Gotta love your voice, it's clear and nice. British by any chance?
I am actually trying to get into the voiceover industry atm. Recorded my showreel a month or so back, guy said it was gonna take a few weeks to put it all together so I'm just waiting on that atm.
Neat idea. I'll listen through some and give assumptions and such in a bit.
You sound like the strange kid in Persona 3. Sort of creepy in a way, but pleasant to listen to all the same.
Sounds very aristocratic.
You have a very soothing quality to your voice, I'd have to assume you're a laid back person. Could probably do PSA recordings for emergencies and such.
Seriously though, you sound a bit under the weather. I also get the feeling that you're usually quite shy.
You drunkard, you.
You sound like the parents from Peanuts.
This is so lovely, I could fall asleep to it. Plus points for ambiance.
You're probably sad.
I'm gonna guess girl, silly subject though.
Has a gender studies degree.
Go home Canada, you're an historian.
Sounds interesting though, I'd guess you've gone larping.
Very rarely goes on team speak.
Christ your voice. <3
Yes, thank you! Something interesting.
Have you ever seen the photon experiment? I think Einstein devised it... they projected a light at an object only allowing a single particle through at a time and they each formed a solid pattern.
Quit your job, start doing audio books. >>23126155
This hurt my ears.
You sound like an old war time radio presenter
I couldn't find a wiki I liked. Please enjoy this (slightly theatrical) abridged excerpt from Welcome To Nightvale.
That was actually adorable. Honestly.
shitty mike yaaaay
calming voice, I don't know the first thing about knitting so idk
voice ain't dumb, it's american :^) (but srsly familia it's fine, quite well enunciated)
I like your choice of article. Eastern Europe/Russian accent?
Not hiding my power level.
needs moar volume.
narrative voice/10 however.
need a better mic. but a solid read.
with a deeper voice you could pass for Ben Stein with the monotone.
not dumb. just plain ol american boring.
>not putting the professional tone on and reading as i would read to friends. which tends to be fast and annoyed sounding (or so i've been told).
emotional shawtys on deck
you sound like the people who read creepypastas on youtube
t-thanks. I'm not sure if this is the thread for it but here's a singing clip I've recorded for other purposes, might as well post it here
(I have a solid hunch I got the melody wrong, but meh)
the mic quality isn't too good so I couldn't pick up your accent. I'm guessing somewhere in europe
arizona arse tea
alright here's mine, tried not to be monotone for once
Oh so it's "nice"? I'm glad. I used to be better in English but now it sometimes feels like my mouth is full of glue, heh.
You sound nice, is it somewhere in the general direction of Australia, or have you spent time there?
yours was honestly my favourite. listened to it several times: you have a generic but dependable voice. it was surprisingly soothing despite the anxiety-inducing pace.
>i'm a fan
oh gosh I thoroughly enjoyed this one too. why did you pick Bohm Dialogue?! i've never heard of it before and now I'm fascinated by the topic, not to mention the fact that you're reading it. dang boi
i wish to know more about the soothing yet dependable qualities of my generic voice.
>tfw can't compete because shitty french accent
Came out to a little over a minute, merp.
hmm let's see...
You basically accomplished the impossible feat of being ridiculously quick without pissing off the mic or losing intonation. Clear, but not imposing.
Essentially, your voice seems like the opposite of mine and perhaps that's why I'm so fond of it.
Read me something else?
let us be fond of each other's voices.
yes, your's is opposite of mine.
Yours, slow, deliberate. An educator's tone
also, you sounded like you were smiling through most of that.
Its not something else, just more of the same.
I had no idea what else to read.