My voice can be described as quirky, asexual, tomboyish, spunky, and casual. It has a short range as of right now, but can be pushed to make the desired effect I need.
In general, it is kind of an odd voice---deeper than the average female, but too high to be considered male, and its overall sound is just quirky. However, I can push it to be high-pitched in order to portray a light/fun mood, or lower and strain it to convey a more dramatic tone.
I also have a very flexible reading voice. It can be calm and collected, showing a very detached 3rd-person narrator. Or it can be quick-mouthed and neurotic, for a more comedic role; these ones actually fit my general voice type very well.
With things like voice-acting, I can more easily put myself in the shoes of serious, low-voiced females; however, I can work with a variety of young female roles.
For singing, I haven't much experience or talent, but I can get away with sounding alright.
US West Coast (California, Portland)
Teen, Young Adult
Played the voice of a character in an animated adaption of a webcomic.
High School Diploma, current college student
Alesis USB Mic
Computer & Software
email, snail mail in CD form
I'm extremely flexible and can work with any deadline.
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