Brisk is such a braggart. And basically the gist of his lengthy narrative of the duel is that he didn't once hurt his opponent but his own clothes got shredded in the process. excellent job, Brad, and totally PL ok.Hamlet wrote:Here is Brisk's Act Four, clocking in at 7:55.
no it's fine, even though in some parts it sounds a bit often nobody is inhaling that much I think. But Todd can cut one or two to make it more credible maybe. You're right, one is probably more "smacking" on a pipe, but it's fine. Who know how Brisk is smoking his pipe, do we even want to imagine this ?Hamlet wrote:Even though the puffs were my idea I realized that puffing on a pipe generally makes no sound at all. Nevertheless, I briefly inhaled audibly and inserted the sound into the file. I'll admit I cheated a little bit. I only puffed once, but cut and pasted it into all the gaps. If you'd like each puff to sound differently I can do it again.
hmmm, yes, this is not really what I had in mind, I don't think he really needs to hum a whole tune, but just a short snippet would have sufficed. Maybe also nothing famous, especially if it's not of the periodAs for the humming, I got a little creative here, and once again I can redo it if it does meet with your approval. In each instance, I briefly hummed a familiar piece of classical music. But rather anachronistically, since they were all composed well after the play was written!
I let Todd decide on this: could you check from 7:45 to 8:15, please ? Maybe some snippet of the tune can be used, cutting it a bit shorter ?
Let's wait for the final editor's decision, Brad