So last time I needed to create a goddess voice.
Now, since I did such a good job on that (thanks to birdhousesound) they want me to continue working for them and I've now got a task of making a humongous god-voice.
It's supposed to sound as big as possible.
Now, I know the recording, actor's voice and delivery has almost 90% importance in pulling it off, however here is what I've done so far:
We recorded it yesterday. The actor didn't have the bassiest voice and I recorded him at +4 percent on the word clock so it's slightly pitched down when played back at regular speed.
I plan on pitching it further, but I was wondering what else I could do in the sound design of it to make it bigger,
I was planning on trying the following ideas:
Gating a rumble effect to his voice so it turns on whenever he talks,
Using my DBX 120A bass synth to add some low-end fury to his voice,
Possibly re-micing his voice somewhere like a chamber or something (not sure where yet, my studio doesn't have a good chamber for this sort of thing),
Adding in specific sound effects or replacing his breaths out for pitched down horse breaths,
Does anyone have any other suggestions on what I could try to make this voice sound ginormous?
It's nothing too special and I can do some wacky things because it's for one of those corporate meetings and is a caper (like when a George Bush impersonator shows up to pitch an idea to big-wigs of companies).
Thanks ahead of time!!!