After talking to multiple people about it I came to the following conclusion: Most people describe my voice as not too high an not too low, in other words a warm and welcoming voice, that still tends more to the low part. I can also adjust my voice a bit. I was told that it can be as warm and filled with love as it can be intimidating and full of hate. Through my voice i can pretty clearly make my current emotion state or the one i'm supposed to imitate obvious.
English (North American), English (British), German, Italian
French, German, Irish, Italian, Italian Central (Roman, Tuscan), Italian Northern (Venetian, Milano), Italian Southern (Napoletano, Sicilian), Russian, Scottish
Middle Aged, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Internet Video, Podcasting, Videogames
I've never really worked as a voice actor but I'm really positive about my skills. I'm not very good at taking my voice to a lower pitch but I kinda got the high one. My main skill however is actually making the emotions in my voice sound real, doesn't matter if sad, happy, angry, sarcastic or talking while crying/laughing. If needed I can also offer voice acting in foreign lenguages, I can fluently speak English, German an Italian and also multiple accents and dialects of those lenguages.
I'm hoping in some projekts in wich there is some sort of emotional character, or a really family devoted character. I can basically take on every job as long as it doesn't require a particularly deep voice, neither a really high voice or a feminine voice... obviously. I think I can also take some jobs for a "lonely wolf" type of part.
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