it can't be too melodramatic for our taste LOL I'll have a listen later on or tomorrow. Trying to get a bit recorded myself tonight and I'm swamped with PL jobs right now.
I started listening to your files, and in the Dramatis personae, I would prefer to have the "full" descriptions in:Hamlet wrote:Silly me, after asking the question about the file name, I went ahead an uploaded it before getting an answer, and I picked the wrong one. Oh well, I changed the name and uploaded it again.
thank you, that's a relief. I was especially worried about the two women. For some reason I can make more distinct male voices than female voices
thanks they were all great funI especially loved your Regan; you made her sound soooooooo cold and nasty. You also conveyed Cordelia's innocence beautifully, and your Oswald is a smarmy bastard LOL. I can't wait to hear the rest of your Edgar.
oh-oh, how could that happen ? I'll do it tomorrow. Thanks ! Now - time to sleep (half past 1 here)Only one PL note, for 2.4:
At 1:38, you've omitted the bolded line from the following:
If, till the expiration of your month,
You will return and sojourn with my sister
oh yes, sorry I wasn't explicit. Well, in real life I don't like patronizing people, so I was astonished he would be one. But yes, it definitely works it gives the character another angle. He is not only the "nice" guy, taking this poor girl without a dowry, but he also somehow makes his point that he can patronize her a bit, as he is still full well used to being a king. So for me he is not only the one-sided "good" person, and I like that in a stage play, that we give characters more depth.
I was simply blind to this half-line it seems and included the "if" in the second line. How strange ! And even in my checking phase I made the same mistake. This is scary. I hope it doesn't happen when I PL.