Rebecca Demo

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An excerpt from Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

-Treated room
-Shure SM7B microphone
-Neve 1073LB preamp + Toft 32 ATB desk
-Recorded in Pro Tools, edited in Logic Pro

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


British (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
what I had thought to his love. For me, for myself as a person was not love. It was just that he was a man and I was his wife and was young, and he was lonely. He did not belong to me at all. He belonged to Rebecca. He still thought about Rebecca. He would never love me because of Rebecca. She was in the house still, as Mrs Danvers had said, she was in that room in the West Wing. She was in the library in the morning room, in the gallery above the hall, even in the little flower room, by her Macintosh still hung and in the garden and in the woods and down in a stone cottage on the beach. Her footsteps sounded in the corridors. Her scent lingered on the stairs. The servants obeyed her orders. Still, the food we ate was the food she liked. Her favourite flowers filled the rooms, her clothes from the wardrobe in her room. Her brushes are on the table, her shoes beneath the chair and night dress on her bed. Rebecca was still the mistress of Manderley. Rebecca was still Mrs de Winter