Remix #2 (Audio): Jingle Jangle

I have to admit, I love mixing audio into a video file.  It’s one of my favorite things to do.  Finding the perfect song that matches the mood of an image – purely delicious.  That’s why this project challenged me to tell my tale with just my voice and music.  I decided to keep the subject of my audio recording something easy and fun to tell, so I chose to write a short intro to my new puppies transition from pound puppy to princess.  Her favorite music is Adele; In fact we play Adele to calm her down when she is puppy wild.  The two meshed well together, even if my voice sounds wickedly horrible lowered so many octaves!

Jordan Voice Over

I’ll post my how-to in another blog – stay tuned!

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5 Responses to Remix #2 (Audio): Jingle Jangle

  1. Haley says:

    Loved the way you set the mood with your background music, and the modulation of your voice was really neat! The one criticism I have is that the editing you did on your voice over made it difficult to understand what you were saying occasionally. I wish I could give you some advice on how to fix that, but lowering the pitch of a recorded voice isn’t something I’ve ever done before. After hearing the way you’ve used it, though, I think I’m going to have to try it out eventually!

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  3. crumpscorner says:

    Wow! One would never guess that’s your voice on the song. You definitely were successful in lowering the pitch and altering the sound effectively. Great job!

  4. d cro says:

    Interesting and weird. Nice work mixing a background instrumental track with your own modulation, within a personalized context.

  5. wewalker95 says:

    I’m impressed. It really did not sound like you at all!

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