Thomaston, Georgia, US
I change its pitch & tone so much, b/c after I hear myself I'm not satisfied enough as I think I'd be. So I keep practicing and talking until I feel as though it'd match up to a character in my head or something. I strain myself sometimes, but that's just how much if a perfectionist I can be at times.
English (North American), English
Child (5-12), Middle Aged (35-54), Senior (55+), Teen (13-17), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
I would say I'm self-taught when it comes to changing my voice from time. I wanted (still want) to be an actor, so I act out scenes straight out of my head from old memories and from shows or videos I watch on YouTube. I do it mainly to get laughs out of people and to be more sociable. When 8m with a certain friend I turn on my British accent (still practicing), b/c she's way better at it than me and we just have better conversations when talking like that, even though we get on everyone else's nerves.
When I'm alone and washing dishes, cleaning up the house, or just in my room I'll have full conversations as if I'm somewhere else with other people and in a different place. My pitch can change along with my voice sometimes, kinda like an alter ego thing, and I stay doing that for hours. The best I can do is a New Yorker and New Orleans accent, b/c I get influenced by some people I follow on Instagram that are from those places.
I can do any kind of country accent, b/c I'm already a Georgia boy. But the minute I start talking like an old person, that's when I really have people looking at me like I'm some kind of character, or like I'm crazy. I get that from being raised by my grandparents, mainly my grandmama.
I'd like to learn how to have a thick European accent, b/c I just find a thick German and Russian accent funny and cool at the same time when listening to them speak in English.
Graduated high school.
Samsung J1 phone voice recorder
Computer & Software
Dell Latitude D620 (currently malfunctioned)
Sending them multiple copies of my demonstrations via email.
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