This is a blog about The Meadow Man, a feature length animation in the works By David Firth. This is mainly a solo project so it will take many years. Don't worry, this project is still alive!


Thursday, 21 May 2009

CALL FOR VOICE TALENT

Hey chaps, it's been a while but here's an update. After finishing the last of my recent freelance work, I've been able to focus all my attention on The Meadow Man (which I guess is now the official title) I've gotten to the point where I'm thinking about voice actors and actresses. The script isn't finished but the majority of the scenes have been drafted out and I'm getting a good idea of how it will look. I have a long list of characters, most of which I have my name next to at the moment, but I don't want it to stay that way. I would ideally like to do only one of the main characters and a few small parts, but unless I find the voices I want, then I'm doing them all. This is where you chaps come in.

I need voice actors and actresses. If you think you are capable of doing a voice in my movie then I need you to send me a sample of your skills. I'm not looking for a show reel or anything *update: STOP SENDING SHOWREELS!!!!* I just want to hear you talking into a microphone. It doesn't need to be professionally recorded, I just need to get an idea of what you can do. Talk about anything, read from a film script if you must, I just want to hear your voice in character. Here is what I am on the lookout for:

  • Male - Authoritative, British
  • Male - Eccentric, British/European
  • Female - Variety of styles, British / European / Asian
  • Male - Variety of styles, British, European, Asian


These are just basic guidelines though, feel free to throw anything else in there if you think it might grab me.

Please send your voice samples to doki67@gmail.com with the subject heading MEADOW MAN VOICES. Please send only mp3s and nothing over 5mb. NO WAVS! Also could I request that you please include your name in the file name so that they're easier to sort.

INCENTIVE: If I do end up employing you as voice actor then you will be paid for your efforts.
DEADLINE: 1st AUGUST 2009.

128 comments:

  1. I would love to do this...
    But my current mic is broken...
    I'll have to go over to a friends house and record you a sample...
    also...
    are those the only styles you'll need?
    Because I'm 14 and can do a young child to young adults (5-21) voice quite well...

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  2. How does Australian sound? Not super Australian or anything but... Yes. I'm Australian.

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  3. I may be American, but i can do the following accents convincingly:

    Russian, British, Chinese/Japanese, Spanish/Mexican, French, Austrian, Australian, Polynesian, South African, Arabic and Indian (Hindu)

    Ill record some mp3s for ya in the next few days!

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  4. Well i've got a fantastic voice but no microphone. Sorry.

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  5. I'm french and my accent is pretty strong... need it ? I don't think my voice has much personnality except for my accent :)

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  6. I'M RECORDING AT THE MOMENT... Mail you shortly!! Have done voice over work in the past!!

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  7. Would "British" in this case include Scottish, I wonder?

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  8. I'm quite interested in auditioning. However, do we need to live in the UK? Or is it all going to be done online?

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  9. I guess I should give it a try.
    Will email you as soon as it`s recorded.

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  10. You should ask your colleague Jonti Picking aka Weebl. He has done some very funny voices in his animations and he could fit great in Meadow Man.

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  11. I have a variety of voices at my disposal. I'll try to get you an MP3 this coming weekend.

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  12. My mic's aren't working for some reason, but I'll figure that out and give this a try!

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  14. if you like my voice it would be great
    I can do british,scottish,asian,russian,jamaican and many other voices

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  15. OOoh! I have been looking for something like this. A mail will soon be sent.

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  16. If you ever need a little girl, I could help ya out there. I'll see about sending you something. :)

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  17. Unless you need an indiferent/apathic European Portuguese trying to sound British though not as bad as if he was Brazillian and/or ex-Chelsea's Portuguese coach, José Mourinho, I don't really think I would be of much use, albeit being VERY interested in contributing to practically anything concerning works by you.

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  18. how about serbian i speak english but whit a terrible accent u can see evrything in my grrramar

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  19. Today's my birthday.

    I do a russian, retard, black guy, slurry speech dumbass, gay guy, asian guy, etc.

    here's something:

    http://www.fugly.com/audio/search.php?keyword=not+so+sharp&cat=audiodir

    I got lots more audio

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  20. If, during the project, you think you could use a Canadian male voice ...let me know. Good luck :)

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  21. Another Canadian male here. I'll do anything to partake in a David Firth creation.

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  22. i could do this. no problem.

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  23. http://alienredwolf.com/The-Meadow-Man-Daniel-Fowler-Audition.mp3 Hey guys, this is my shot at some voice work for The Meadow Man.

    Whaddya think?

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  24. alienredwolf takes it home. kudos mate!

    german with no accent here, although i could probably imitate a 'german speakin english'-accent pretty well.. but no bavarian.. oh well, whatever.
    hope you're successful with this, mr. firth! :)

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  25. I think alienredwolf pulled it brilliantly. Still, I have no idea of the quality in any other thing David may have received, so... let's just wait for the results.

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  26. I've been acting in film and stage for 15 years (some of my work can be found here: www.myspace.com/m1chaelreed), and I've been a fan of Fatpie and all it's glory for many years now. I would kill to be a voice for one of your productions. I am American, but I can pull of a pretty authentic brit accent...can any of your characters be straight-up American? Just wondering. Anyway. I'll shoot you a voice sample. How exciting!!

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  27. Sent a demo to your email address and it bounced. My email is richfallis_kayser@yahoo.com

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  28. MR Firth! I would love to do this, but I'm not british, european or asian :(
    I wonder it you'd be interested or not in a southamerican attempt of english. It might be fun.

    Cheers.

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  29. Hello there, mate, wha` cha` doin` besides searchin` fo` a voice :)). Hey, pick me, pick me, make me a star :)).
    I`m not subscribing to be selected anyway...I just wanted to have a lil... imaginary chat with ya :)) and tell you that i love your cartoons.
    Well, my name is Bianca, I am from Romania. Have you heard about Romania? It`s in Europe... ummm, I am not implying that you are not intteligent `cuz you really are :D . Oh, bugger, I tend to screw up things :)), I beg your pardon : I tend to beep up things :)).
    Now about the accents... I shoud probably possess a latin one, considering that countries like Spain, France, Romania, Portugual, ITALLY communicate through a latin language. But ummm... not quite :)) I can also imitate a funny rusian accent and a not so good british one :( although I love it.

    Now please,please tell me: how long will it take until it will appear, I`m pretty excited. :D

    Can`t wait to watch it.

    Cheers, mate.

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  30. i have a mic but the quality is utter shit. if this whole thing is done over the internet then there's not a chance in hell for me XD

    alienredwolf has done a brilliant job, though. let's see where this all turns out, shall we?

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  31. Do you have to meet in person to do the script? Because I am 12, almost 13, and I can do some weird voices, such as:

    A dog, monkey, pixie, alien/martian, robot, the Grudge, creepy scream, slow-motion, Barry Gibb, old man, snake, Mickey Mouse, a mad scientist (laugh), evil laugh, Hawaiian surfer, teenager, cocking shotgun, and something of a British accent.

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  32. I can't personally do accents, but I have several friends that can. One of them is particularly brilliant; he can do Russian, French, German, and probably any other European accent. Unfortunately, he's going off to college soon, so I don't know if he could.

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  33. Ello i have a youtube account called Gertilish, i have a few dubs on there. So yea, you might think i'd suit one of the parts. =]

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  34. The lupin voice might be good for the excentric male. (harry potter dubs)

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  35. Compiling and sending.
    lol @ the young'uns. At least they're having a go...
    Take care, friend.
    Jae-

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  36. Is there a cut off date or are you just going to post when you have everyone?

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  37. I could do any accent, but it seems that alot of people are sending stuff in so i don't think i will D:

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  38. When I read "Call for voice" I got all excited and then I saw the word "Talent" after it and got bummed out.

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  39. Damn, my mike has been broken for a year or so, but I'll find a way to record. And screw payment, I'd pay to be in a Firth production :D :D :D

    I'm Dutch and speak flawless English, but I can probably give it a messed up Dutch accent if that fits.

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  40. i love your work- I've been a fan for a while!
    www.reason8.net
    click on *sound* lsten specifically to *mpr aac* This is a new spoken word piece I'm workin on- to which I am, coincidentally - looking to animate!
    I have my hands full with the graphics stuff (Reason8) as it pays the rent- but I am also workin on an hour long spoken word show to launch late summer. I'll also be going on the radio (WBZ Radio, The Jordan Risn Show)and reading live- in a month or so. Here's another (very raw video shoot :(
    google "imperfect mouthfool" by amazical

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  41. oops- I meant: "The Jordan Rich Show". Btw- Jordan also has a phenomenal voice (though not a Brit, I'm sure he could fake it- as he does voice work for a living). I can be reached at david@reason8.net

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  42. I've just ordered a new mic. I'll record something when I get it. Though I'm American. I'll do a variety of accents, though.

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  43. Hello Mr.Firth I would love to be a character in your wonderful new show I am bilingual {Spanish and English} Although I come from Dominican Republic I can speak fluid English and I can fake A great BRITISH accent Ill send you a clip as soon as I possible can.

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  44. Hey ho David Firth! It's been a while.
    Right, I'm English and have been accused of being "posh" in the last week or so. So what kind of British accent are you thinking of - an accent like northern, liverpudlian, cockney, or just plain old Queen's English?
    My mic has broken, but I shall try and get some recordings over to you soon.
    Cheers

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  45. I will be sure to do this :). Voice acting is like a dream job for me

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  47. Aha! I'm finally talented enough to give this one a try!

    Ohlrightie then. I dunno much about paying me... I... would not be good at this "being in europe" thing that would seem... required. So... maybae I should just go ahead and forget it.... Especially with all these dots.

    ............... oh god the dots are everywhere............

    Anyway, I suppose I could whip something up in case you need anything. That'd be purdy neat, Mr. Foyth.

    Peaces,
    -M.

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  48. What about pidgin speak? (hawaiian accent)

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  49. Gimmie a week, when I get back in taaan I'll send u a load of samples. I can do pretty much any voice/impersonation I want. Oh, and Im punctual, a great team player, confident with microsoft excel and have lots of hobbies, including fine wine, film noir and walks along the coast. I'm 26, which aint that young, although certainly young enough to get breastfed. That is normal isnt it? Thought so.

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  50. I sent a recording already under the name Sam Foster, but I also do a bit of flash animation which i also do the voices for and they are a little more rehersed. Theres english accents on the flash movie entitled "frank furter" www.oddball-studios.co.uk

    Check it out.

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  51. i sent mine in :) a while ago

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  52. have done voiceover work before so i can do a range of voices like south african german, astralian, russian, mexican/spanish can do any voice if i listen to it enough times also can do all of those listed except for female voices am located in birmingham england i would list all my voices but would run out of space.i will send mp3 recording to the adress shown above contact me via email for more details:

    owallis1@googlemail.com

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  53. Well, like the first user post, I am also 14, but have a various range of capabilities, due to a very manipulative voice, and by the look of the nubmer of posts, you may have your cast already, but if there's still any part you need, message me
    -MrBucket001@aol.com
    P.S.- Update with further notice as to who you have already casted on this page.

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  54. Another hopeful, just sent off my tape there. Very excited about the prospect of taking part. Also just noticed this cartoon will be feature length! Just to let you know if I did get a part I'd be committed for as long as it takes to get it finished.

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  55. sounds incredible. if i find my microphone i may send you off a few snippets.

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  56. How about a gay Mongolian?

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  57. Anyone else not get a reply from David after sending an audition?

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  59. i would love to star in this, i have been acting for a while, and i can do a variety of accents, i am british and my friends say i am a good impresionist, i can also make my voice sound younger possibly older. i dont have a mic but i will post a few snips to you as soon as i can.
    thanx

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  60. I'm still a kid, but I can do a lot of voices. weird voices, asian and chinese, i can do practically any accent!!!!! i can imitate people's voices from films and i can do adult voices and low voices too!!!!

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  61. Fuck all these motherfuckers, lol, I've been watching fatpie episodes for years and I can do hundreds of voices.. I do them all the time randomly.

    I'm a rapper, I've been involved with acting, I have a full home-studio that I produce and record in. I have a compressor, 400$ mic, mackie interface, and adobe audition.

    I can play whatever role you wish.

    www.myspace.com/kizzlethekonqueror is my music page, but this type of thing is something I've always wanted to do... especially flash animation stuff, but I have no experience with that so I've held back.

    Just kidding about fucking these motherfuckers... eh kinda.. lol

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  62. This is awesome. I'd love to send it some voice lines. Cheers!

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  63. I haven't replied to anyone yet. I don't have time to reply to everyone, but if I am interested I will let you know......eventually.

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  64. It would've been great if you were accepting Canadians...
    Looking for a break from Graphic Design

    Eager to see the result at least :)

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  65. Why don't I post another pointless comment that is clearly of no consequence?

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  66. Very interested in this Dave! Think it will be a good laugh to.

    Got a good, strong British, well spoken voice (I'm 18), if you're interested.

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  67. I have a sore throat right now, but if it's better in the next few days, hopefully I can help you out.

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  68. Yeah, definitely keen to get on board in some way...

    Myself and the other Microrave artists would be very keen to compose the soundtrack... We cover all styles of electronic music, but specialise in dark and atmospheric music. Future releases by Third Mountain resemble Monolake, Voltergeist produces minimal dubby techno like Deadbeat, and of course Frogpocket who is the Scottish version of Aphex Twin with a fiddle! Which I believe would be right up your street!

    And of course, lots of voice over work!

    Shaun Microrave

    http://www.myspace.com/microraverecords

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  69. I'm going to tape some things tomorrow for you to check out. I can pull off British and French accents. It's worth a shot.

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  70. I really like 'Crooked Rot' - has kind of an 'Evil Dead'/'Trap Door'- esque feel to it...camera work is good too. Horror and animation always make for a quality combination.

    If you like any of my voicereel clips Dave, get in touch as I would be keen to work on any of your projects! John (schoolyears)

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  71. sounds intersting, i shall start recording when i get home

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  72. 'allo Foif!

    I'm tres interested in doing zis. I'm 19 years old, hailing from Dudley, but currently living in Canterbury, studying French and Italian at uni. (A good start for accents eh?)

    My friends have been urging me to give it a go, as they say I'm damn good at accents / impressions (esp, of your sublime work, dear fellow)/ general tomfoolery / hocus-pocus / jiggery-pokery, and so on, so forth.

    I think the fact I have bipolar disorder adds a tinge of authenticity to whatever insanity I conjure up / pull out of my ass.
    I'm genuinely obsessed with the macabre, distasteful and downright surreal.

    Hopefully I am not already too late to send you my shizzle. That would be a catastrophe of epic proportion.

    Bastarding shite, I've got a train to catch in half an hour...

    I'll mail you!

    Just in case you're interested, my address is bengeorge242@hotmail.com

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  73. does it matter if I live in Brazil ? =D

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  74. This might be a little late, but My friends say I have an awesome voice, and I make a great Hannibal whatever-his-name-is voice. I can do a news reporter, pedophile, and much more.

    iHocker5@gmail.com

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  75. I am American FEMALE but I surly can do British accents (my best), Some European Accents, and Asian. I can do a few more like Hindu, Jamacian, and Latin accents. Anything, really. i'll send you some MP3s ASAP!

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  76. i can do an aids voice quiet well.......

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  77. my voice is horrible so much so that i ve learned sing lanague.il will record for you anyway as like your work

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  78. i do love all you do... even the muzak. i also record music here, so i have a fantastic mic, but i just did a lazy snippit into my macs' built in mic. i'm an ex american now swede, able to sound like a lot of things, so you'll hear it soon

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  79. Fuck all of you cock nipples saying "Oh, I'm quite talented, however, it is a conumdrum that I have no mic/time/shit to give. Fuck right off. Nobody wants to hear your drivel. go fuck your hand and cry to sleep. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh

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  80. I can sing the theme tune to dr. katz with my asshole. I'd need somewhere with a lot of room and good acoustics.
    ideally a bingo hall.

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  81. I just love your short films! You gave me inspiration to make my own. I hope you'll see it one day and say that I did a good yob!
    BTW - I would like to give you some ideas if you are interested... I look forward to our cooperation!

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  82. hey I can do those voice styles but my micrrophone is broken! so i hope you will still consider me! im 11 but i look 13-15 i can do the voice of a small child or a middle aged adult! (6-30) please email me if i can be helpfull! hottexasgirl1330@yahoo.com

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  83. Hello, my name is Desiree` and I've always been told i can mimic other accents like from movies and stuff. I would really enjoy helping you with your movie, if you are interested in hearing what I can do e-mail me at desi8807@aim.com or call me at (979)665-2397. Thank you.

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  84. "If you are interested in hearing what i can do e-mail me at XXXX"

    Do people not bother to read what you put and just blindly write any old crap down in the hopes that you may have the time and inclination to dedicate effort to people who may not even have the ability to speak let alone have the panache to create a voice suitable for your porject?

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  85. I can do lots of voices, although my mic is not high quality. I can probably do the Eccentric European voice, maybe the authoritative British male, and surely some of the various voices. I'll post another comment with an audio sample if I can

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  86. I think I've got some voices that are right up your street. Subtley ott.

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  87. i have a wide range on my voice i cant do many accents but i do announcers very well(like radio comercials) i dont think im to good but i can also pull a decent british accent but i have many different voices such as female child female adult male adult male child deep pitch hig pitch email me if your interested and ill send you a sample hackfu420@yahoo.com have an interesting day

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  88. I would love to do this, as I have a large range of voices I can do. Unfortunately, I'm not very good with foreign accents in general (I'm American), but I could still give it a go.

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  89. im stoned and amz from up teh north where we sweep it all under the mat (Y)

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  90. This sounds fun. I do odd/weird voices. Currently I've been pretty commited to this old lady voice who I call Janis.

    Site: http://www.janisandjoyce.com
    (click animations to listen or click the iTunes subscription link)

    iTunes Podcast Samples: http://bit.ly/m5kwK

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  91. Is it too late to send something in?

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  92. This is a shame. Ive been told I have a great voice and I would have loved to be able to work on something like this. However, I'm Australian. I could do a British accent but I'm sure you'd rather actual British people.
    If you ever change your mind though, you can reach me at Skull-Fire@live.com for e-mail or MSN.
    Hey, maybe it would do good to have a few non-British characters.

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  93. this dosent sound to shabby i love the work, this is a great opertunity (if thats how you spell it) ill find a way and im as british as they get! whey! il do myself a copy now! please let me no of updates at brien824@hotmail.com. peace out! :P

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  94. WHEN'S THE DEADLINE for this? hopefully I'm not too late, I'll send you a few voices regardless, hopefully one catches your ear.

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  95. I will be sending you a few conversational peices shortly :D Love your work and have been following you since you started on NG!

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  96. I can do an authentic southern United States accent, other than that I'm useless.

    I can do a poor facsimile of the listed accents.

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  97. I'm a silly yank from the south, but I'm still quite interested in this. I will probably send in an audition at some point before the deadline, if only to say that I've done so.

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  98. Submitted! I'm an aspiring voice actor, and this is oh so exciting. Hope you like my voices.

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  99. Hello sir I am interested in applying for this opportunity! I possess no recording equipment so am unable to submit a recording. I'm not European or Asian so can't do the accents requested. I'm technically neither male nor female, either, but that's just a minor detail, I'm sure. Also I am unable to speak due to a deformity of the larynx. Let me know when you are ready to hire me.

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  100. Hi! I'm 11, and I am from Seattle. I watched all of the "Salad Fingers" on Weebls.com, and really liked them. I have no accent naturally, but can do a pretty good brittish accent. My email is: GallacciGirl@gmail.com. Please email me and tell me if I would be a possible voice talent canadate!

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  101. Hey!! My names Lilla, I'm 19, from New York state. I can do a whole bunch of voices, including asian (if you've ever seen Mad TV, think Miss Swan)
    If you would like to contact me, my youtube account is xmrsxmansonx

    thanks!!! =]
    ~Lilla

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  102. Ive a bacon in my window. The slip sliding imperfections make me so flustered.

    I will record an [audio] for Mr. David Firth. IT WILL have an sound.

    Respective wishings aside I have no talents worth hiring.

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  103. I would love to voice in this, are you still looking for roles? I am r8 britich.

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  104. Need a Zulu/Afrikaans/S- African/Norwegian sounding guy?

    I thought as much...

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  105. 'Authoritative, British' is rather my forte, if you're still receptive. In any event, I've sent you a recording; feel free to ignore it (or not) at your leisure.

    Regards,

    - R.

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  106. Scandinavian guy is up for some recording if you are still looking for actors. I've got some theatre training, a good mic+soundcard and love your work.

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  107. Hey man whats up, i would absolutly freaking love to do this. i'm desperate to become a voice actor man.

    look i know this isn't how you want it sent but please check this out ok.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/steveam1voiceactor there are several different voice clips of myself on there, please take a look

    also

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhLVGqWLw4Q

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAP7xTzYtZw&feature=channel

    these are other examples of my acting ability. please, i know that you want this done in a certain way but if you at least look and give me a chance i'd be over the moon. thanks.

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  108. I would love to do that.

    I'm pretty eccentric anyway.

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  109. Oh, bloody hell, The male's got to be ecentric. Well, I'm British anyway. And I'm pretty good at voices.

    Pretty good at acting really, though I'm abit of a twat.

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  110. i like rusty spoons very much and it would be a pleasure to voice... british accent, russian, japanese

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  111. I can do numerous voices and cartoon characters as well as organic and non-organic sounds (i.e. door open, engine thrust/throttle, race cars, clicking (18 various), robot/computer noises, fans, air/storm/water drops, multi-national dialects (i.e. Australian, British, English (US-EN & UK-ENG) Spanish (Gangster, Loser/Lonely), Asian (Indian, China, Japanese), and many other items as requested I can normally perform them.

    I live currently in Hollywood, CA and available most of the time and would love to help without pay just credit for anything used as I am a very big fan for many years.

    Thanks,
    Lance

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  112. hey.
    i really hope i'm not too late.
    i'm a musician / actress, but i'm mainly a singer; but because of my musical background, i have a good ear for accents and mimicry. I've been told that, out of all my imitations, my best are salad fingers, 'Mable' from the episode "picnic", and Lois & Cleveland from family guy, but i do other voices as well.
    i'm an 18 year old Australian girl, but i was born in Scotland, have a friend who grew up in Yorkshire (who i imitate) and i do British accents pretty well. accents i don't already know, i pick up quickly. i speak a fair bit of German fluently. i am an arts fag. i don't care so much about the money, unless i'd have to fly over; but if i can record in Australia and send you recordings, then i don't need big money. um just a little more background info on my personality; i have asperger's and was a loner freak in my younger days, (i apparently seem normal now), i am also bi-polar (runs in the family) and am on crazy pills for it. yes im in control, but i now how to be psychotic or just eccentric. um....i'm nocturnal...when i dont have to be somewhere in the daylight. my normal speaking voice is low (for a female) and can be a bit husky if i feel like it, but i can also do really high whiney bimbo voices and little girl voices because i also trained in opera for a while. hell, i could send you a bloody résumé... oh, and obviously i'm a fan. duh. and i have always had a soft spot for the men from up the stairs. doo de doo... i forgot what i was going to write. and i know i could just backspace all that, but then where'd the personality go? um yeah, so i hope i'm not too late. thank you for your time. i am a freak.
    fare the well
    Rhiannon Rachel aka Nonny (not that, that was necessary)
    toodle-oooh ol' chap

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  113. I am 14 and am Australian but I have a convincing enough older voice (I got it the same was as Alison Mosshart got her Dead Weather Voice wink wink nudge nudge), I can do the following accents convincingly:

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  114. It's interesting, I'm an English teacher and I like helping my students to speak English like "Americans" so they have to do something special with their voices...

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