richardjaspering wrote: ↑
August 12th, 2020, 5:24 am
Aneurysm is right! Jeez-oh. lmao Please let me know if there's anything audio-wise I can fix on my end, I tried my best to fix any and all clipping. It was a little more difficult finding an aural happy medium than I'd imagined, given I was screaming my death throes! Thank you very much.
Here's my final lines:
ok...this was an experience. Wow, seriously, you have to be careful for your voice and not overdo it. You were really into this blood-spilling here and the final craziness is excellently conveyed.
For the sake of our audience's ears we need to decrease the volume in some parts quite a bit though
I mean, it sounds great, wonderful acting and expressing, I was really fevering with Orestes here. But one can convey "screaming" also in a less loud voice
just the same way you can practice whispering and still be audible. It comes with practice. I always watch the Audacity waves move while I record, and then I immediately see if the waves get too high or stay too low. In order to amplify the whole file later on, it's helpful to have about the same volume throughout. Otherwise you need to highlight each speech manually and adjust the volume.
Nevertheless, I loved it. And thank your for the fast turn-around.
However you're not done yet
here are my correction notes (again please only insert the missed line, don't re-record it all again ! you can hardly top this performance)
for Act 4
> from 0:01 to 2:45
: this all belongs to Act 4
, can you cut this out from this file and upload it in a separate file please ? We need a file for each act
> at 0:06
: (p. 168) missed line: "have you indeed wish'd me to come to you ?
> the audio
is indeed very low in the beginning, I would amplify the parts that are very low with 10 dB
. Some are very loud, that's why Audacity didn't let you amplify the low parts as much as is necessary. In that case you need to highlight the bits manually and amplify speech by speech
for Act 5
> at 7:20
(different time-stamp after you cut out act 4) : (p. 184) missed line: "let me behold them as they both expire
thank you, and I definitely hope to hear you in other plays soon !