November 17th, 2014
I like the idea of going back and forth between the upbeat, fun background and the serious, ominous, background when the different characters speak. I also enjoyed the sound effects you added. Good job!
I agree with Jake, the variation and sound effects definitely added to the reading. Perhaps it would be clearer if the voices were distinct (i.e. two different people reading), but you did a good job regardless.
I really enjoyed the different themes that the two different characters had. The only suggestion I would make is that when a character had a particularly short line, the jump between the two different themes seemed kind of fast or awkward, but overall great job!
I commented on the Lord of the Rings, 1Q84, and Bartimaeus Trilogy Edited.
Switching between different loops to emphasize the attitude of the characters was effective and not jarring/awkward, as I would have expected it to be. The sound effects to go along with the narrative of the story (e.g. car horns for "Would you like it in a car?") also added to the piece. The music and sound effects lets the audience experience the well-known story of "Green Eggs and Ham" a new, interesting lens.
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