View Full Version : Demo Reel: Tifa-chan
07-14-2006, 06:17 PM
Okay, so, I finally decided to make a demo reel. This was my first attempt, so yeah, please give HARSH critique, but be descriptive, don't say: "You suck, just give up!" Give me ideas on how I can improve on my voice acting and what I can do to make a better Demo Reel, thankyou. This Demo features the voices of:
Yuffie: Final Fantasy VII Advent Children
Wrath: Fullmetal Alchemist
Riza Hawkeye: Fullmetal Alchemist
Kairi: Kingdom Hearts I
Risa Harada: D N ANGEL
Envy: Fullmetal Alchemist
(THESE ARE IN ORDER OF APPERANCE SO YOU CAN TELL WHICH VOICE IS WHICH CONSIDERING HOW AMATEUR THIS DEMO REEL IS)
OH YEAH! BGM:
Fullmetal alchemist OSTs and Movie sountrack
D N ANGEL OST 1
Tifa-chan: DEMO (http://media.putfile.com/Tifa-chan-Demo)
07-14-2006, 06:30 PM
I like your voice, it's cute. One problem was that besides Wrath and Envy, most of the voices sounded very similar, I think.
Also, the mixing of the music was kinda off in some places.
I can tell you this much, it was better than my first one. I think all of mine except one sounded almost exactly the same.
All I can really say, since I'm kinda new to this myself, is to keep practicing, and to try and do characters that would be higher or lower in vocal range. See how far you can make your voice go.
07-14-2006, 09:34 PM
The only thing I didnt enjoy about this was the fact that youre voice was only on the left side of my headphones LOL
I like your voice its cute
07-14-2006, 09:43 PM
Hmm, let's see what I can comment about this.
Full critique, ready start!
The good thing is, you have alot of potential, your voice is so adorable! The downside is, your voice isn't quite developed enough yet voice acting wise, so your characters all sound very, very similar.
Did you do this all in one go? My suggestion is to do short clips of each voice you can do, make them sound all as different as possible. You don't even have to sound like any particular anime character, just make your voice sound different from the last one.
Basically, the best thing you can do is practice practice practice! Your emotion was good, it was only the differences in voices that you really need to focus on. I commend you for adding proper music though, although the demo itself was a bit short.
Keep trying and do your best, I know you can do great! ^_^
07-14-2006, 09:57 PM
I like it. Its cute. well done
07-14-2006, 10:44 PM
Thanks everyone for your comments, yeah, I am starting to catch everyone's drift on how I need to change my voice a lot more. So yeah, I will work on it ^^. Oh yeah, thanks for the complement on having a cute voice ^^ If it was a complement that is...
Anywho, I appreciate your critique ^^
07-15-2006, 05:51 AM
Wow, you do have a lot of potential! ^_^
Hm... 24 seconds seems way too short! x.x I know people say 1:20 minute(s) or less but this didn't give the listener enough time to examine your range, experience, etc. I suggest you have the characters that you decide to voice act say more than 2/3 lines.
A sure way for someone to cast you in a project is to 1) have a good voice/unique voice, 2) perhaps some experience, but most of all 3) show endurance and security/comfortability in the character you are voice acting. For instance, if you can't maintain that voice, you aren't really eligible for that role. So, the best way to show your endurance is to have more than 2/3 lines for that character.
Well, besides that I also think you have a cute voice. And that is a compliment. XD By the way, my suggestions above are purely from my point of view. I hope that you use them for future reference!
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