Friday, September 22, 2006
The Favourite-Disembodied-Voice List
Since I work in the sound business, (and incidentally, Nilu grants that my work is cool enough to blog about) I have to contend with hearing disembodied human voices for a significant amount of time some days.
For long, Priya Ganapathy of Bangalore's Radio City FM topped my favourite-disembodied-voice list. That list has now grown to two to include the exquisitely named Yael Ksander of WFIU. The station and A Moment of Science podcast also feature music that seem to have originated from somewhere between Windows 95 and Birla Planetarium.
Comments to The Favourite-Disembodied-Voice List
"Nilu grants that my work is cool enough to blog about" - Since when did Nilu's blessing become important?
posted by1:14 am, September 25, 2006
sure feels good to read that someone from the 'sound industry' has chosen my voice as his favourite-disembodied-voice! i take it as a supreme compliment... unless ofcourse, you meant unreal/intangible;-) good luck with the movies! thanks n cheers.
posted by6:33 pm, October 04, 2006
Priya: This is either my lucky day, or somebody looking for Priya Ganapathy's pictures turned up on my blog and decided to play a nice little prank! I only wish it were the former. Thanks for the wishes, I am flattered and honoured!
posted by Anand7:02 pm, October 04, 2006
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