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DBT, Talkthrough, accent, music, years
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|Subject: DBT, Talkthrough, accent, music, years Fri Oct 17, 2014 2:44 am|| |
Well, hello there. This is DBT... or this is what I usually say in the videos.
For some reason, I got curious about my first talkthrough. And I had to dig quite deep to find it.
In case you are curious, this was the very first one I recorded. I dont even know how did I record it.
I found funny to realize that right at the beginning, I was talking about my accent, and the fact that I acknowledge it, and as I watched I remembered my last video uploaded is called "My accent is weird enough". Funny coincidence, right? So I decided to play a bit of that last video, and only then I realized that my very first talkthrough video and the last one I uploaded, have the exact same song on the background.
Just for reference, this is the last video Im talking about
By comparing both videos, I have come to realize that A) I have gotten much louder. Not only on the volumes, but also on my voice tone. And B) You can hear some sort of confidence now. Not that it's a big deal, but I find it rather curious.
Four years since I recorded my first talkthrough, and now I look back, and I find it cringe worthy! Hell yes. Nothing like looking at the past and laugh at it!
What do you think? Can you notice a difference? or I have been the same guy all the time?
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|Subject: Re: DBT, Talkthrough, accent, music, years Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:17 pm|| |
There, finally, the forums are back to normal. I swear I don't know what causes that issue...
Anyway, I can't really notice much of a difference in terms of loudness, but you sure sound a lot more used to it, more comfortable as I know you had a hesitancy to sharing your voice at first. Seriously, it was a lot of fun coaxing you to speak. I really enjoyed it. Doing so also kinda helped... you know... with the DBT monster himself.
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