Sounds more like auto tune than a Portal turret. It might sound like a turret if you've never played Portal before though.
"On her own, Fluttershy could never do anything unattractive?"...Why did that go over my head?
What voice program are the turrets anywayor is it just heavy manipulation
Oh Code Geass, good times.Down with Britania! Long live Japan!!!
@NinesTempestThey are the same voice actress as GLaD0S, put through some filters.
That third one is pretty fantastic.
Except for the secrets part at the end, Turret Sparkle sounded like she could fit right into Portal.
"My Little Square Dance" is definitely in the top 10 of well-timed, creative and "in the spirit of the original source cartoon"! I really enjoyed this one. A lot of work went into finding just the right pony clips to sync with the song. Thanks!
I would rather have Twilight throwing books at me than those turret shooting me, though I'd feel bad when I throw her down a bottomless pit.
If I recall correctly, the Turrets are GLaDOS' voice actress with adjusted formants and a slight degree of pitch "correction" in a program called "Melodyne." Melodyne is _like_ Autotune but has slightly different sound manipulation controls.
#2- What the hell did I just watch
Something i'm sure you are Glad you did.
Finally a square dance. ^^
Seconding the /r/ for an episode of turret speak.
@Narwhal's Bend:You wouldn't have to throw Twilight down a bottomless pit, just drop an Aperture Science Enrichment Center Weighted Storage Cube, Aperture Science Enrichment Center Weighted Companion Cube, or another Aperture Science Enrichment Center Twilight Turret on her to force shutdown.@Aluzird:I believe you mean "GLaD," mate. Now, if you'll excuse me, I must get back to space.
Awesome voice manipulation on #2 video. They should revamp an episode and make sound like that all throughout.
@BagOfChipsYou're crazy if that doesn't sound like a portal turret to you.
Agreed. That sounded 100% EXACTLY like a turret to me, and I'm a pretty avid Portal player.
Video three was funny :3
The third vid was excellent, but brought back awkward high school memories of square dancing o_o;
#2: Damn'it, sound's like "CupCake's The Musical v3", and now i have sads.
The second one was hilarious. Twilights voice is pretty similar to a turrets as is, so I'm not suprised that somepony altered it to be more like a turret.
Ha ha! Number three was really well done.
#1- Awesome. Code Geass was a great anime.#2- Wtf was with that ending? Twilight turret-ish was interesting though.#3- The video synced with it really well. And Looney Tunes was the best cartoon ever until FiM came around. Too bad we can't get stuff like that again; it's a product of a different time...~Dark~
The first and third video said nothing to me, but Twilight Turret is amazing!I am with Seth here. We need somepony to make the entire season 1 with Turret voice.
I sent in a video for this batch of video submissions, but I never got a response on it. Just wondering if it's something I did wrong, or what.Like these, though, especially the Geass one.
That third one is downright fantastic!
Turret Twilight reminds me of the "different" turret only louder
I didn't think it sounded like a turret so much as the Curiosity Core from the boss fight of the first Portal, what with the excitement in her voice and all.
#2 was AWESOME. I see you...
Has someone noticed that Fluttershy's Stare works somewhat similar to a Geass?
The portal one was neat for audio effects. The square dance was quite well timed
I've been playing with ideas for a subtly pony-inspired contra dance (probably involving setting, which I've often heard described as a "pony step", as a transition into something) that I can pull out if I notice dancers wearing pony paraphernalia, but having seen #3, I'm thinking we need somepony to write a singing square around one of the FiM songs.Convincing the band to learn the tune and coming up with an excuse to call it could prove difficult...
The third one was so awesome and hilarious!Surprising how the scenes matched the music.
@TarvocThat was my thought when I first watched "Stare Master"...