Why you don't get published.
Damn - that was so weird, listening to the first one of these for a minute before I realized who wrote it. And hearing EE's voice tweaked to become female - priceless. P.S. I'm so grateful you didn't try to imitate my accent. So very grateful.
The most fun I had all day. (Today, I watched the last grass clippings turn brown and the paint dry in a bedroom.) Really exciting.
These are so much fun, and bring the material to life in a whole new way!That didn't sound like a treated male voice: did EE, ah, invite a friend round to play?
That was JLo, who agreed to perform in return for my editing her autobiography.
Man, you're smooth...
I could only understand about one word in 25 of the female voice, though I had no trouble at all with EE's. I don't know if the problem was the sound quality, my ever-increasing hearing loss, or the cat lying in front of the speaker.
All films are taken from the blog, so if you ever need a written transcript, just search the blog for a line you can make out. This one's clear as a bell from my speakers, but there's no cat in front of them.
EE, I could HEAR just fine, but I couldn't make out what was being said. I do remember the original--but I didn't catch on till your lines.And can you be sure there isn't an INVISIBLE cat in front of your speaker?
I'm holding out for Sissy Spacek...
I'd have sworn that was EE's tweaked voice, because of his accent and his enunciation. If it wasn't him, that can only mean one thing. Evilette. Lord.
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