InstraClassic [Fuminori Sakisaka]: You know, actually, I think this may be the first time I've heard your voice and I was really, really pleasantly surprised (in the best way possible :]) I love your tone; it's very clear and perfect for the narration. I do agree that at times I would have thought a slightly more pained or anguished undertone would have benefitted your performance, but otherwise I think you carry the story really well! Really nice job, dude~
~xxlittlexgurlxx~ [Yoh Tsukuba]: I can hear what people mean with "forcing emotion" and I agree to some extent, but really I thought your voice perfectly matches to the character's image--as in it's believable that your voice would be coming out of that character's mouth. If that makes sense...:] Anyway, I liked you a lot in this role~
Actorman [Kouji Tonoh]: You always have a lot of really natural sounding deliveries, which is really great for radioplay format. I liked your voice for this character, though I would agree that maybe there could have been a bit more contrast between how he acts with Fuminori and how he acts when he's not there. Still, I think you performed well, and once again I have to emphasize how much I love how natural and conversational your deliveries are~ :]
Fantachan [Ryoko Tanbo]: Akumaryu nailed it when he said you sounded "doctorly." I totally agree, which was great for her characterization as a professional. I do think you could have lightened a bit when she began questioning more about his well being, because at times your deliveries came off as a little flat. I believe this is the first time I've ever heard you though, and I must say you have a really, really smooth voice which has a nice quality about it. I'd love to hear you more~
Konata [Saya]: Gosh, your voice is adorable. You do a very good job of making sure it stays natural and not overly saccharrine, which is a pitfall I hear a lot around here. Deliveries were good and your voice fit the character really well, a perfect casting~ Great work!
Mixing: I can't believe this is your first radioplay, Konata, because this sounds rather nice and smooth. :] The monster sounds did sound a bit grating, but SFX and music created a really nice atmosphere. At times I felt that gaps between people talking during dialogue could have been tightened by half a second or two to seem a bit more natural, but for the most part I think the radioplay flowed very well. Scene transitions weren't confusing and the pacing was just right. Awesome job Konata! I'm totally glad to be part of this project and I'm really pumped for the next installments.