Two women's voices in conversation

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Description

Demo of a conversation between two women, with two distinct voices, both performed by me

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American (Canadian-General) North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
what would you like to know? How old were you when you moved in with your aunt? 14? At that point, both your parents had passed away, correct? Yes. She knocked on the door too soon after charlie left. Was she watching the house waiting to speak to me alone? She could just request to talk to me without charlie. Why would she wait? No siblings. I had a brother. He passed away as well. And the end you moved in with is also deceased. I not wow! Her eyes widen and fake surprise. She already knew the answers to these questions. That's really bad luck. Both parents. Your brother, your aunt who took over guardianship and now your daughter is missing. My eyes turned two slits and I tilt my head. Is there a point to this line of questioning or are you just enjoying poking my losses? I can feel the change in her, how her suspicion has grown into full on distrust. It's just odd. Don't you think it's rare that so much death exists in one family? Is it? Everyone dies? Detective Bryer that they do, but people seem to meet a tragic and untimely death when they are associated with you? My brother died of cancer. My mother was a drug addict my entire life and overdosed. My father was an alcoholic and was too drunk to get out of the house. He said on fire and my aunt was robbed and killed in her home, illness addiction and a thug caused the deaths of my family, not me. She nods slowly. And your daughter, are you insinuating that my daughter is dead? I'm asking you if your daughter is dead?