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Poetry Girl Reads Three pieces from "Univer-Soul Language"
January 15, 2008 08:39 AM PST

This was originally going to be a monthly show, finding authors to narrate their own work, talking to them about their inspiration, etc. Best laid plans right...

Anywho, this recording with Poetry Girl was done a couple months ago, and I've finally had the time to clean it up a little and post. Originally, I had music cues set, but I've decided against any further editing in the interest of getting this out. Also Her voice is hella-sexy, so why mess with it right?

A SILLY Story - The Emperor's New Clothes
January 10, 2008 01:59 PM PST

Hey look! I recorded something that wasn't Poe.
Who woulda thunk it that Hans Christian Andersen woulda broke the streak...

http://someaudioguy.blogspot.com

To Helen (ii) - E.A. Poe
January 04, 2008 02:59 PM PST

Originally posted at SomeAudioGuy.
Just for kicks I recorded my fave Edgar Allen Poe poem, 'To Helen (ii)'.

Maybe some day I'll record something that isn't Poe...

Who knows?

It COULD happen...

ENJOY!

http://someaudioguy.blogspot.com/2007/10/someaudioguy-reads-you-poem-romantic.html

Free CellPhone Ringtones & Alerts: UnHelpFul RoBot!!!
Clean
August 24, 2007 12:06 AM PDT

So I finally finished the editing for my UnHelpful Robot series of ringtones and alerts. I designed the alerts around my Windows Mobile phone, so there might be some alerts in here which only work for the features of a WM phone, and I might be missing alerts for other types of phones.

My general inspiration for U.R. comes from classic "evil" sci-fi computers. They always seemed to deliver vital information just a split second too late for the villain to do anything about it. Almost as if they had their own nefarious goals to fulfill.
A perfect example would be the Nod Computer from C&C. It always seemed to let me know one of my units was under attack just after it was to late to save them.

THIS IS JUST A TEASER! There are too many files to easily post them as individual podcasts, and I cut the bit rate in half for size purposes.

To download U.R. for free, and at a higher quality, please check out my blog at:
http://someaudioguy.blogspot.com

Thanks and Enjoy!

SomeAudioGuy Weekly Wrap Up for 08-19-07
Clean
August 19, 2007 07:19 PM PDT

First of many my friends!
This is the weekly wrap up of stories posted on my blog: someaudioguy.blogspot.com, for August 19, 2007.
Includes stories about Dragon Ball Z, Free Music, Alex Albrecht SMS Alerts, The Simpsons Sound a Like Contest, The CD turns 25, Jack Palance Flips Out, Concerts on USB Memory Sticks, BBC and Net Neutrality, DRM Circumvention, Podcast traffic, and Thor gets his own movie!

My AC is busted so I apologize for the fan noise in the background, but you should give it a listen. I'm neat!

Orson Welles Frozen Peas
August 14, 2007 11:34 PM PDT

I cleaned up the original a bit and made it louder. A classic of voice over recording.

SomeAudioGuy Tells You a Story! A SCARY Story!
August 06, 2007 07:03 PM PDT

Recorded this a year ago for librivox. I've also linked and posted this up at SomeAudioGuy.blogspot.com

Enjoy!

Dr. Who Dies First?
Clean
July 08, 2007 08:18 PM PDT

Just my take on what would happen if the Daleks and the Cybermen tried to join forces. Who would die first?

Sadly, my favorite performance of ... mine
April 01, 2007 01:40 AM PDT

One of my first "engineering" jobs. I recorded some station ID's and news casts for a local production of the Bogosian play Talk Radio, then tried to make them sound like they came off the radio.

Tip Your Waiter, and My Favorite Articulation Drills
April 01, 2007 01:24 AM PDT

Why voice over can be frustrating, and my favorite voice warm ups.

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