If you decide to use it: Voice-Over in your game

Discussion in 'Other Services' started by EdsVoice, Apr 11, 2014.

  1. EdsVoice

    EdsVoice New Member

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    I've literally just joined. Lots of content and great conversation here at IG.

    Lots of conversation about using Voice Actors in your games. For example:
    http://forums.indiegamer.com/showthread.php?22161-Voiceover-Where-to-start&highlight=Voice

    It posed an interesting point of view regarding Voice-Overs. That being it raises the quality bar of your game to an unachievable height. Interesting. I am here to offer my services as a Voice Actor for your game if you choose to go down that path. My services are free, which means you've nothing to loose and a lot to gain.

    Reply here and we can get the conversation started.
     
    #1 EdsVoice, Apr 11, 2014
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  2. Elm

    Elm New Member

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    Hey Ed, IG Does have some great content indeed.
    Perhaps you should include the kind of voices you can do? Maybe a demo-reel to show sound quality. People will want to know if your voice will suit their projects in the first place.
     
  3. Mister Builder

    Mister Builder New Member

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    I agree fully. I personally would love to see some samples of work you've accomplished in the past. In the same way that voice acting can add insurmountable quality to a game, low quality voice acting can remove much from an otherwise good game.
     

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