Can you do a James Earl Jones Voice?

Discussion in 'Fan Audio' started by Crunchy, Dec 8, 2003.

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  1. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    Not Darth Vader, but just a deep masculine James Earl?

    We are currently looking for talent that has this type of range.

    If you are interested and would like to try, I would appreciate it greatly! :)

    Thanks
  2. Sith_Hunter Jedi Knight

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    If you can't get the same pitch, but you get someone who is close and can speak in his cadence, use an electronic pitch device during editing and lower the pitch. Good Luck.
  3. Uilmuteiz RSA Emeritus

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    it's called a Glass... as in the deep "big gulp" ones

    :D
  4. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    Yeah. Someone on another message board once told me that they replicated a decent Vader voice by speaking into a large glass, and also got the breathing sounds from a scuba diving respirator.
  5. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    don't want Darth Vader...
  6. Uilmuteiz RSA Emeritus

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    Seriously, use the glass, (for not vader) it gives a person a really great deep voice deepending on the glass used.

  7. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    example please :)

    cause it is just crying out echo!
  8. Uilmuteiz RSA Emeritus

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    Listen to the Next Star War sen Direct and I'll demonstrate. do we have a deal.. plus it will make it fun.
  9. Crunchy Jedi Master

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  10. Crunchy Jedi Master

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    awesome guys, kudos!
  11. Nathan_P_Butler Author, Star Wars Tales #21

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    Hey, Sebastien: Any desire to write up a very quick tutorial on that process for Fanworks, or perhaps to email me with some suggestions, and I'll put one up?

    We're always looking for easy, cheap methods of voice alteration for the tutorial section.
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